Mistakes are a good thing. Understand that mistakes are like pain – they are required to become resilient. They are the key, every mistake is another key to the f***ing lock that is life!
When you are an intrinsically motivated person you are constantly thinking about, What can I give? What can I do? It’s not about what you get, your’re doing it because you love it. Do what you f***ing love…and you will be DRIVEN!
Kids are a puddle of potential. As parents, our goal is not to prevent them from experiencing pain, our goal is to support and nurture them when they are in pain. We want to teach kids how to regulate biologically and not through external mechanisms.
There’s a new cool kid on the social media block! Instagram TV, aka IGTV is Instagram’s new baby. Here’s a quick overview of what it is and how you can use it to gain traction, engagement and new followers from the get go.
In a world that’s driven by productivity, it’s easy to forget to relax or in some cases even feel guilty when you do, but when you realise that consistent rest is directly linked to consistent results, you’ll start seeing the value in allowing yourself time to wind down.
It’s not rocket science to remove toxic energy or people from your life, but people make it a lot more difficult than it needs to be. First things first, you need to ask yourself what the impact is of allowing toxic people to stay in your life in the first place?
Leading Australian business growth mentor Jane Anderson had all the odds stacked against her when she wound up divorced, jobless and living at her parent’s home. But Jane knew she was destined for bigger and better things and decided to rewrite her story with a plot twist that would change everything.
We need to learn to control meaning.
I’ve experienced an unusual amount of death in my life, so one of the things that I’ve learned to do is choose a different meaning when people die.
I can typically read someone’s psychology within about 30 seconds of speaking to them, just simply by the words that fall out of their mouth. And when I say fall out of their mouth, most people aren’t conscious of what they’re saying. They’re just allowing the same old things to come out because this is the pattern of language they’ve been using for years.
For me, I think a sign of humility is when someone gives you feedback and you have the ability to sit, listen and not feel like you have to respond.
You need to be open to feedback.