The Fuck It Principle (FIP)

"God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference." Reinhold Niebuhr Firstly, I liked to apologise for the profanity. It is not my usual mode of writing, but this is a principle I have invested a lot … Continue reading The Fuck It Principle (FIP)

Passed Lives

I was inspired by a wonderfully written post about not allowing the past to impact on the present (Shout out to @theseeds4life. Ed). It got me thinking about my clients and how profound an impact their past has had on who they are. When we see the past in the rear view mirror we can do … Continue reading Passed Lives

Small Steps to being a Giant

 Small means insignificant, mediocre, unnoticed, inadequate, inconsequential, inconsiderable, insufficient, limited, little, meager, minuscule, minute, modest, narrow, paltry, petite, petty, pitiful, poor, puny, short, runt, stunted, toy, trifling, trivial, unpretentious, wee, young. You may identify with some of these words, or even all of them, but it's not as unnatural as you think to feel this … Continue reading Small Steps to being a Giant

Time to Work on Stress

I always wondered why we are always so concerned about a proper work life balance. Is it because we struggle to tear ourselves between the two, or that work is such a huge part of our life that it impacts on everything else we do? In the present economy, many of us feel that we … Continue reading Time to Work on Stress

Religion and the Healthy Mind

"There can be no happiness if the things we believe in are different from the things we do" Freya Stark I'm not a religious man. I don't believe there is an all knowing power watching me and listening to my whims, moans or demands. I don't have anything against organised religion, in fact I've studied … Continue reading Religion and the Healthy Mind