Intuition and Gut Wisdom: Podcast Ep 152

Today on the podcast Nicola and I debate head -v- heart when it comes to making decisions in your business and your life. Are you head all the way, or do you make use of the other fabulous guidance systems we have at our disposal, messages which come from our intuition or our hearts, our gut or our inner knowing? This is very much on my mind as my aim with my book is to teach clients to trust themselves more and more by following their own wisdom not that of so-called gurus because I’ve noticed all that’s doing is […]

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Manifestation: Now I’m A Believer

I’ve been on all the courses, I’ve tapped (EFT) with the best IMHO – Ms Ann Ross.   She taught me and my crew how to apply it to health, wealth and happiness.   And it works.  Amongst our number were those (well, Janet Swift) who appeared to be able to do it effortlessly, whereas I always “needed” my success to come at the expense of some really, really hard work.   Now, don’t get me wrong, our Janet is far from a slacker, au contraire.   But she made manifestation look easy and I have been modelling myself on her easy manifestation successes […]

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Another Overdue Rampage of Appreciation

Due to being a bit under the weather, I had to cancel my plans for today and stay at home. Once I worked out the upside of that, I realised I had – oh joy of joys – a completely free day on my hands. Which meant I could tidy the office, go shopping, do the filing, the washing, the accounts and my expenses, catch up with The Archers for 10 episodes, Twitter a lot, rack up another handful of ticket sales for the upcoming Property Day, plan a teleseminar for this morning, get the place cleaned, interact big time […]

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It’s Only Money – Credit Crunch (1)

Speaking as a survivor of the last recession (1987-1992 for me), I learned three things which I would like to share with my readers and clients, the first of which is It’s Only Money. It isn’t true to say that I can’t understand why people, largely men, kill themselves during great depressions, recessions and credit crunches.   I can, just.   I think.   It’s the shame.   I think perhaps they have forgotten that they are so much more than their job or their wealth.   Perhaps they cannot face their families, their staff, their clients with their “failures”, some of which was always […]

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