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Can success (and happiness) be easy?

Can success be easy?
Why achieving the impossible is easier than you think!
How many times have you wanted to achieve something but it’s felt impossible? You’ve looked at some successful entrepreneur, executive, celebrity or start-up exit and thought “I’ll never be like that”.

Here’s a little secret I want to share. Success is easier than you think!

What I’m learning, learning Spanish…Joder!

I’d been learning all about what it means to have a “Growth Mindset” thanks to a small obsession I had with a company called Growth Tribe in Amsterdam long before anyone had ever dreamt of getting rich selling designer Facemasks. (No jokes, check out this mask design from Dolce&Gabbana although I’m more of a Ferrari and McLaren gal myself.)

Life truths that will save you time

This whole Coronavirus whilst making me some things in a new perspective has also brought home some truths I’ve long since known but never articulated in one place. Let me say this is by no means any answer to life however remembering these truths and even more importantly embodying some of them have helped me recently more than ever.

Let’s Talk Issues

So I know there’s ALOT to deal with right now! I do. The world probably feels like it’s ending, you’re possibly trying to balance a million different tasks, and now Lisa you want to talk issues?!

Make life easy…

I do think that there are two simple ways we can make life vastly easier for ourselves; one is to shift perspective and the other is to fool ourselves out of our normal patterns of behaviour.

Coffee is the answer… especially in the world of today

Coffee is an ever utilised form of life saving not merely because of the caffeinated energy we receive as a result of it but because the social connection as a result of the experience. As it turns out, it may also help you solve problems, increase your social circle, widen your network and improve your performance in many areas of life, not just exercise.

What happened to aerobics…and why should we care?

I remember as a young girl (I’m just a little older than a young girl now) I used to wake up and watch “Body Beat” every weekday morning whilst getting dressed for school. A guy scantily clad in overly short shorts and a shirt with not enough material exposing both belly button and shoulder lead three women in leotards and L.A.Gear shoes to a beat…