Choosing Happiness Every Day

One of my CCFs (client/colleague/friends) made an observation in the group I started called I Love My Life. This is a space where we deliberately focus on the good and call magic and miracles into our lives as inspired by various books we’ve read, specifically Pam Grout’s Thank and Grow Rich. In fact, the group was originally called after the Robbie Williams song of the same name. Whilst inauthenticity is never encouraged, and even within a largely unspoken climate of the challenges we all face in this life, we aim for three things each day which we can celebrate in […]

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Stop Creating Start Improving: Podcast Ep 153

There was no readily available client challenge for today’s podcast so we made that in itself the challenge. What do you do when you dry up and your brain goes blank, when you run out of inspiration for your content? We talked about creativity and kaizen (continuous improvement), about constantly asking ourselves “What else?” in the typical Creator style. We talked about the lust for new and how exhausting it is too, and we reached a conclusion that one option might be to improve what we have already created rather than necessarily continuing to feed the addiction by creating, creating, […]

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Commitment and Consistency

I am grateful to my client, C, who always brings interesting challenges. C is a coach herself and her policy is one of radical honesty. If she’s feeling it, she shares it; she doesn’t hide it away. Transparency is her middle name and she often outs herself online. One of her other mentors offers a question; “What is it you don’t want me to know?” Try that one if you want instant access to your growth opportunity right now! Historically C hasn’t been much of a blogger. But recently she published her first vlog. It wasn’t the first video of […]

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Writers Write

Writers write. That’s what I teach my writery clients. It’s tough love.  Write every day and then you may call yourself a writer. Challenge yourself to write every day. Find an extra hour or 30 minutes or something that you will commit to every day and write somewhere, it doesn’t really matter where. Blog Newsletter Journal Twitter Facebook 750words.com Website Back of envelope Notebook Napkin Blackboard The list is endless. Commit to a daily writing habit, er… that’s every day until you die, And every day you succeed in that, no matter how good or bad it is, you are […]

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