Browsing tag: mind

One FootBaller is at the World Cup, The Other Isn’t. Why?


I have to admit I love the world cup. I delight in the way it brings people together, can raise the hope of a nation in 90 minutes and bring others to tears. But this post isn’t about the world cup. It is about two players. One who is there and the other who isn’t.

Everything is a Choice


This post on Choice was originally written on 22nd September 2013 and has been fleshed out and rewritten on Friday 22nd June You are where you are in life right now, wherever that place maybe, because of the choices you have made in your past. Those choices have led you perfectly to the exact circumstances

21 Life Lessons for the 18 to 25’s


I think there is a lot of pressure in life on our young people, even more so today. Sure, our parents said to us and probably yours have said it to you too, “You don’t know how lucky you are” or, “It was harder in my day” But I don’t think it is. So here

Stop Being so Negative about Donald Trump Becoming the President


Now before you think otherwise, this is not a pro-Donald Trump post. I am a neutral regarding USA politics, much like I am with British politics. No, this is a post about you and your mind. Social media is awash with negativity right now and in the UK, Brexit is also causing much of this

6 Strategies to Increase Your Mental Wellbeing (#WorldMentalHealthday)


There seems to be a number of different mental health issues growing each year. Millions of people around the globe seem to be suffering and especially in the developed and developing world (Is there a clue right there?). It isn’t something to be ashamed of. I coach minds and often relate it to the fact

The Power of the Words You Use


‘A picture paints a thousand words’ as the saying goes. I guess some pictures do exactly that. For me I look at it the other way round. Why? because words create pictures in the mind. Words are my living (Well, a big part of it). I listen intently to what people say to me when I

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