Exercising your power of choice is an effective way of taking control and assuming responsibility for your actions. Even when your physical options are limited, you can still choose your emotional response to remain in a position of strength.
What does happiness mean to you? Positive psychology defines happiness in terms of flourishing in life, and having resilience and mental toughness. Find out how the PERMA model can help you to flourish.
Our actions are driven by what we believe, but our beliefs may have developed long ago and might no longer be valid. Questioning our beliefs and keeping them up to date and in line with current requirements is vital if we are to make progress. We can choose to make the impossible achievable!
Do you have a hunch that something isn’t right, but don’t know what it is? Here’s a checklist for finding clarity to get what you want and fulfil your needs.
How do you view change? Do you embrace it or avoid it? Here are my thoughts about how change can be inspiring and a stepping stone to progress.
The future is not a scary place! Stepping outside your comfort zone and embracing the opportunities the future holds is satisfying and rewarding, so here are a few strategies for designing your own way forward. After all, what do you get from maintaining the status quo?
Being stuck in a rut can be frustrating and disheartening. Learning what is keeping you there and taking practical action can get you back on track and help you to escape the downward spiral.
Understanding someone’s personality goes a long way to defusing conflict and improving communication. The DISC Model can give valuable insights into behaviour and communication preferences, enabling you to modify your own style to better match with another person’s.
Our perceived personal weakness can hold us back, but sometimes a little vulnerability can show our human side. A positive mindset is crucial for dealing with our weaknesses, and bringing our strengths to the fore.
Why do so many of us fail to keep our New Year resolutions? Here’s how to make better ones and stick to them!