Be the minority that loves every moment like its the most precious thing in the world!
Solution always presents itself …. however, that doesn’t mean that you’re going to like it.
In my normal environment, I can handle anything. Handling everything in an abnormal environment is very challenging and it’s here that I need to practise being awesome the most …. “I do believe in fairies” … simply means, believe in the impossible because if you focus hard enough, the impossible becomes reality!
I used to waste a lot of time thinking about useless nonsense, feeling persecuted, resenting and loathing the very things I wish I could have back. Appreciate everything you do with love, even your mistakes and the mistakes of others, living each moment as if it’s your last because in time, it will be.
Those of us lucky enough to have choice as to what we eat need to wisen up to the fact that our bodies reflect the quality of what we ingest.
I’m not always in an ideal situation and I need to do what I need to do to get things done!
I live in the heart of Melbourne and I’m in the poorest part of Auckland and it doesn’t matter … cos who we is the same irrespective of where we’re from
Any vision, dream belief is achievable once a strategy is in place. Part of which requires acknowledgement, surrender and complete acceptance of what is, identifying mental roadblocks, creating goals, creating self-talk and mental skills that will provide motivation and consolidate the necessary behaviour to achieve the desired outcome. I’ll be very clear …. if you’reContinue reading “Change management is simply the art of reinforcing desired behaviour until the behaviour is permanent….”
After a week away from home, my youngest son asked when I was returning home because he missed me and that footy starts July 25 2020. “I don’t know” I responded. Whenever I used to receive such a response from the boys, knowing that I knew that they knew, I used to say, “well ifContinue reading “It’s always the simple things we miss … a home cooked meal, walking out the front door to go somewhere, basking in the sunlight, the wind on our skin, sand or dirt under our feet, swimming in water, being able to stand next to somebody without fear”