I typically share short form posts on LinkedIn and have neglected this blog over the last few months. A few things I’ve learned in 2018 to help you catch up: Speed isn’t always a positive. Intentional, consistent, purpose-led action is better. Overwhelm is typically caused from past or future focused thinking. In the moment, there’s […]Read More It’s been a while, 2018 lessons to catch up!
1 minute summary – longer 6 minute read underneath. 1 minute summary. Break down goals into the smallest pieces. Do these actions daily to build towards habitual actions that take you closer to your goals. It’s easy to set too big or too small goals, and do nothing. Instead start small, do daily and achieve […]Read More New Year – Goal setting versus habits and thoughts about both!
Energy comes from progress. If you’re low on energy check in and see what progress you’re making. If you’re not sure, have you looked at what you’re trying to achieve and got clear on the outcome? Do you know what you’re trying to achieve? Getting really clear on that can help you understand what needs […]Read More Energy comes from progress..
Change is constant. We are in an environment of change that is exponentially more than previous generations. How can we embrace change? Change needs new behaviours. Learning agility, curiousity, openness, courage, innovation & bold action are all behaviours that will help you make better sense of a changing environment & make the most of it. […]Read More Change – a suggestion for thinking about it differently
You won’t always feel confident. What?! You can’t be serious! What about all them books? It’s true. Confidence can be improved for ourselves. We often wait until we feel confident before we do things though. We have to “build ourselves up.” Successful people do what they need to do, whether they feel like it or […]Read More Confidence? Be courageous instead!
Have you got a morning routine? I’ve read a lot about successful people having morning routines so they can save their decision-making capacity, which has limits, for important things during their day. My morning routine typically gets me moving, reflecting and grateful. I go for a walk, spend time journaling and spend time being grateful […]Read More Journaling and book ends
I am your constant companion. I am your greatest helper or heaviest burden. I will push you onward or drag you down to failure. I am completely at your command. Half the things you do you might just as well turn over to me, and I will be able to do them quickly, correctly. I […]Read More I am habit – Unknown author
We all hear how important motivation is. Once I get enough motivation, I’m going to lose weight, go on that dream holiday etc. The list goes on. I used to watch motivational videos on YouTube, read articles that I found motivating and listen to speakers who were motivational. Some days I felt really motivated. Other […]Read More Want #Motivation? Two things you can focus on today to be more motivated – science proves it too!
I’m taking part in a 60 day workshop on personal knowledge mastery (PKM) with Harold Jarche (@hjarche) to get better at making sense of the abundant information we come in contact with. One of the challenges is on using Twitter to come in contact with other people with similar interests to learn from and share […]Read More Resilience in thinking – be ok with the opposite
An idea to learn and understand what you do and how you do it. And maybe do this a little bit better. I’ve been reading this book by Richard Feynman recently. The curiousity he approaches life with and the energy to understand rather than accept passed on knowledge is inspiring! If you haven’t read it, […]Read More Thinking + ideas = learning