The 5th Habit for INNER Confidence is to cultivate and practice the skills that will help you manage your Ego vs Soul inner battle, and build confidence and resilience through repeated practice. The three key skills that cultivate happiness and peace of mind are so simple and easy to practice. You can start today. You … Continue reading 5 Habits for INNER Confidence – Step 5: Resilience Building
If you want to be guided by your true Soul Voice (or you could say, your heart, God, The Universe, inner wisdom, Source - whatever feels right for you), you need to learn how to quieten your fear-based Ego Voice. The first step is to identify the voices in your head, so you can distinguish … Continue reading INNER Confidence – Step 4: Ego Management (aka quieten those pesky negative voices)
A couple of weeks ago, on a video blogging course*, I was catching up with a good friend in a break and she said something along the lines of, 'I've decided to be less available to people'. Now, she's a very good friend who I respect hugely and have learnt a great deal from but … Continue reading How Available Are You?
This morning while preparing a workbook for a client, I came across an old worksheet that I'd created for another client. I was feeling messy, disorganised and overwhelmed and the questions on the worksheet hit me square in the face. A little voice said 'This is what you need - right now!' So I delayed … Continue reading What to do in an Emergency!
It's Sunday and my favourite treat is a lazy morning reading in bed before breakfast. My husband and our youngest son go off to rugby training around 9am so the freedom of a few hours to 'get things done' mixed with the spring temperature and nourishing sunshine is inspiring me to start on some long … Continue reading Pay Yourself First
This is a great short video on what improves our happiness and wellbeing. Have a quick look - it's only one and a half minutes long. Perhaps you could choose one thing to improve your wellbeing today and share below. I'm going to 'take notice' by really listening to my children.
The trouble with being a perfectionist is that can make you very insular and inward looking. Perfectionists are usually concerned with how well they are performing in their lives and how they look to others. Sometimes we get so obsessed with ourselves and how to be perfect that we forget the basic priorities in our lives. Over the … Continue reading How Could I Forget the Most Important Happiness Habit?