Understanding Bullying.

The quote above sums up Bullying. Givers are the victims, takers the bullies. The only way to change is for the victims to learn to set boundaries and give to themselves as much as they give to others.

I hear the squeals of injustice from the givers/victims that it is the bullies who are at fault. True, but not true. Bullies do […]

By |December 16th, 2016|Motivation|1 Comment

Brian was right – Always look on the bright side of Life

When life gets tough it serves no real value to let it get on top of you. Use the downtimes to do a life review.

What do you need to change?

What could you be doing better to feel good now?

Life has a habit of working out for the best, it does help if we have a vision or goal for adding […]

By |July 27th, 2016|Motivation|0 Comments

Is It Time To Take A Break????

So often when we are stressed or over focussed on something in our lives the best solution may be to take a break. Go do something else or take a short holiday so you can clear your head, relax and have time to gain a different perspective.

Drugs, alcohol and food are probably not the best solution at times like this. […]

By |February 6th, 2016|MK Courses, Motivation|0 Comments

Is Your Stress a Habit?

Browsing through some health links i noticed  one  titled […]

By |October 12th, 2015|Motivation|0 Comments

Please Take Offense

Stick And Stones May Break My Bones –
But Names Will Never Hurt Me
The Christian Recorder of March 1862, a publication of the African Methodist Episcopal Church
(“Sticks and Stones” is an English languagechildren’s rhyme. It persuades the child victim of name-calling to ignore the taunt, to refrain from physical retaliation, and to remain calm and good-natured.)

Remember this from your childhood, powerful words that many of us seem to […]

By |October 10th, 2015|Motivation|0 Comments

7 Ways to Improve Your Health

With our lives being so ram packed full of  commitments we never have time to do what we ant or to focus on our health.  We all know this is not true. The real issue is we do  not prioritise on the real issues we need to do. We waste our time being busy being busy. We allow our lives […]

By |June 21st, 2015|Motivation|0 Comments

Words from a Master or a Conman.

Kevin Trudeau is currently in a US prison facing 18 years for making a claim in a book about weight loss. My understanding is he refused to pay the fine ($35 million) so now has a room in a government  gated community. He is amongst other things,  the author of Your wish is Your Command, a CD series on personal growth […]

By |February 4th, 2015|Motivation|0 Comments

I Care, But Not That Much

I care but not that much is a line used by Herb Cohen when he talks about negoiagating and selling, (http://www.herbcohenonline.com/outlines.htm). Caring too much can be our downfall in relationships of all kinds, personal, interpersonal and business. We sometimes put too much attention on getting a result, not offending others, trying to be a moderate and over considerate.

When you care […]

By |January 10th, 2015|Motivation|1 Comment

I am an Individual – Really? Consider this!

The greatest curse, the biggest lie and the most sinister lie we perpetuate is that we are an individual, discontented from others, separate from all other life, nature and the planet.
We think we are unique, special, better than. We hear this from those around us, sometimes in the positive, sometimes the negative. Channellers speak in lovee dovee, soft tones intimating your […]

A Conversation with my Heart

Thought i would share this, i was reading an ebook and it discussed an exercise about speaking with your heart and asking questions. I liked the idea, so sat back closed my eyes and asked my heart a question about an issue that was very important to me.

What happened next was like a comedy skit, the image of a jewish […]

By |September 21st, 2014|Motivation|0 Comments