Browsing All posts tagged under »Thought«

Lessons for life

September 14, 2013


Robin Sharma’s emails never fail to make for a fantastic and thought-provoking read. Nor do they ever fail to make me question how his words, thoughts and suggestions apply to my own life … what would Tori’s take have been? A recent email was about the things he wishes he had learnt years ago … […]

NLP in a nutshell

April 5, 2013


I’ve had a few people recently ask me about NLP and I found myself not explaining it very well.  Despite having done an NLP course and the extensive reading and thinking that went alongside, I was failing to give it an adequate explanation. Until now (I hope). I’ve revisited some old material and tried to […]

Stories for Smiles

August 25, 2012


Operation Smile is an amazing worldwide charity committed to providing free surgeries for children with facial deformities and giving them the smiles they deserve. Thousands of lives are literally transformed every year as a result. My first real memory … … of connecting with Operation Smile was a few years ago when my dad raised […]

First came marriage …

July 9, 2012


This time last year, my dear friend Emily got married.  I remember distinctly being so happy for her in the run up to her special day and had thought long and hard what advice to share with her. The result was the post below.  I have seen her and Simon grow from strength to strength […]

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

November 12, 2010


Taken from Richard Carlson’s fabulous book, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff.  I try to pick one every day and practice it wherever possible.  Chicken soup for the soul. Make peace with imperfection Let go of the idea that gentle, relaxed people can’t be superachievers Be aware of the snowball effect of your thinking Develop your […]