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    Everything MUST go!

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    I wrote this blog in my head this morning as I felt my thighs attempt to escape through my lycra yoga tights on what I’d call a waddle around my neighbourhood. It wasn’t a run because running is that thing that people who breeze me, with smiles on their faces do. It wasn’t a walk because the red flashing sign on my Garmin told me so. Nope it was a waddle. I wasn’t happy about it but it just had to be done because it falls into the category of an authentic intention in my life and authentic intentions must be followed…

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    Why is life hard for me?

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    In my last blog I wrote about the magic pill called truth and this week I’m going to expand a little more on the concept. Here’s a hard truth; life gets hard because we make it hard. Before you start writing foul mouthed mails to me, let me explain.

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    The Magic Pill

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    The Magic Pill Everyone wants a magic pill; myself included. My whole life I’ve been looking for “the magic pill” – the one that helps you create the life you want, grows your business, rids you of obstacles and that creates miracles. In the  past nine months of my life, the toughest I can remember,…

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    Joy, happiness, willpower & the stuff in-between

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    So how does joy link to authenticity and willpower? Essentially, the more ‘free’ we are to be and express ourselves, the more joy we experience. I.e. when we make choices that feel more aligned to what we really want, we experience more joy…

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    The consequences of real decision making

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    A couple of weeks ago I posted a video about the link between joy, authenticity and willpower with willpower being inversely proportional to joy and authenticity. I mentioned I’d be doing some additional posts on the topic and indeed I will but before doing so I felt I wanted to share some of my experiences around the consequences of real decision making.

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    Make them feel special

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    Who doesn’t like to feel special? (Yes it’s a rhetorical question because everyone does.)   As a lifetime student of psychology and marketing I do sometimes think that the age of social media has influenced people’s lack of natural self confidence somewhat negatively in that people look to feel special in a context that cannot provide…

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