By making a few mental shifts about your circumstances (or the country), you can radically change your life for the good! It sounds supernatural. And in a sense it is. But millions of people have done it before you, and you can do it too. With what’s happening in the world currently, we need to make the shift. Continue reading Choose the ‘world’ you want to live in!
You are so much stronger if you know how to weather the storms of life and navigate your ship through it. It’s a cliché, but on the other side a rainbow (or two) might be waiting for you. And you can learn the skill, even when you feel you have been shipwrecked too many times.
As the saying goes: life is not plain sailing. Someone once said: “you are either in a storm, just through one, or about to go into one”. Health and financial issues, relationship pain, failure, price hikes, climatic challenges, floods and droughts, political unrest, corruption, accidents, and unfairness. That’s life (but only some of the time – the rest can be fun). So, let’s build muscle and grit! Continue reading Weather the Storm, see the Rainbow
Imagine yourself changing the emotional atmosphere of your family, work team, and other relational systems you are part of – from bad to good, and from good to fantastic and happy! In this letter I am going to be a little technical, but please bear with me because there are lots to be gained. Continue reading Helping teams to Happiness
Imagine yourself building bridges to align opposing parties to use their energy towards a better future. You might start with your own friendships or life or business partner, or with a colleague. Or you might help two fighting friends to hear each other, see the future they collectively want, and renew their relationship. Continue reading From Division to Bridge Building
Listen to this story. Andrew started a few years ago as a farm worker, fresh out of school (passing grade 10). But something was different in him. And his team mates and leaders noticed that. His bright eyes, open face, energetic presence, and positive involvement. But there was more. He did not dress, walk and talk like a farm worker. He acted and communicated as a leader, although he did not have the position. Continue reading 5 Principles of Success