A Spectacular Life
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
If all you did was just look for things to appreciate you would live a joyous, spectacular life. If there was nothing else that you ever came to understand other than just look for things to appreciate, it’s the only tool you would ever need to predominantly hook you up with who you really are. […]
Huge Problems – How to Cope
I indulged in a nice spontaneous spot of self care today. One minute I was sitting working at my laptop, the next I checked out the cinema listings online and made a quick decision to go and watch a movie on a wet Wednesday afternoon. It had to be a quick decision because the movie […]
Blue Monday – It’s Your Duty to be Miserable?
From here, of course, all earthly problems appear small – really small. That’s because we know they’re fleeting, they prepare you for the "best of your life," and you chose them, not wanting to obtain their rewards in any other way. But from where you are, of course, they can look gigantic. That’s because they’re […]
Coaches, Stop Chasing Abundance, Start Choosing It!
Darn. I was so busy being happy and filled with gratitude yesterday that it wasn’t until collecting Jake at 8.15 last night I discovered Monday 21st January – more accurately the third Monday of the year – is officially the bleakest day of the year. Blue Monday, they call it and it’s when six misery […]
2008 – Excitement, Opportunity and Bare-Arsed Fun
Dear Coach Are you a new or nearly-new coach feeling daunted at the prospect of finding her first paying clients? Or a coach with some experience but no clear plan for attracting new business to you? Especially not if it means any of that dirty M word, marketing! Are you concerned you will start losing […]
Moo-ving on Up!
Has someone reduced the number of hours in a day and not told me? Maybe hours just aren’t 60 minutes long any more? I’m having a minor crisis which is all to do with time management, catalysed by the recognition I’m eating all my meals about three hours late and if it keeps on this […]
Why Did the Chicken go to the Seaside?
It’s rather a bleak day out there today. Not that we have snow in Tipperary though they’ve had it to the north, west and east of us. But the day has had that winter sleety feel that cows, horses, farmers and footballers must surely find heart-sinking when they open their early morning eyes. I’ve nothing […]
Happy New Year! I’ve had a very nice few days away, first spending Christmas with my folks in London and then visiting in-laws in Dublin and Drogheda. Though officially the adults don’t exchange presents we tend to cave in at the last minute and so have a few prezzies each to unwrap on Christmas day. […]