Allow me to introduce you to your Strategic Mind. 5-year old: "What's that?" It’s like a superability you have to make big things happen. 5-year old: "Ok. Go on." It allows you to process information about your environment, resources, obstacles, allies and competitors, and through this data you find a way towards your objective. 5-year … Continue reading The Strategic Mind – Explained for a 5 year old…
With new perspectives come new realities. At this very moment, you have the ability to change, modify and add perspectives and create new realities for yourself. It happens every time you learn something new, every time you read a new book and every time you have a deep conversation and feel empathy or vulnerability. It's … Continue reading How to Create New Perspectives
If you've ever wondered if there's more to life... The story is true. There is. You really are 'the hero' and every other archetype. You have access to every facet of human being. Your ability to embrace this sacred moment of being is your superability. Wherever we're all going now and whenever we get there; … Continue reading Have you ever wondered if there’s more to life?
It was during a conversation with one of my Strengths friends, (thanks David Malmstrom!), that I had an insight… You know how your Strengths come together to produce larger effects? Your top themes multiply and compound each other creating unique capacities and capabilities. For example, my themes of Strategic, Intellection, Connectedness and others bring individual … Continue reading A New Metaphor for Understanding your Strengths
I was recently given a copy of the US constitution. And as someone who lives in England, where there's no formal written equivalent, it's easy to be endeared towards this document for it's simplicity, clarity and how it manages to encase such idealism while being so practical. I can only think that the words contained … Continue reading Haven’t you heard… You Hold the Power?!!
One Touch, One Action There are different approaches to the ‘how’ of minimising. Being organised is a discipline and the method you follow should reflect that. As you follow the method, you learn the habits of successful organisation. The way you organise is as important as the result. The method is simple to learn, but watch … Continue reading 5 Ways to Declutter: 5) One Touch One Action
One space at a time. Making the first step is your biggest challenge. Once you generate momentum the process will turn into a habit, your life will have transformed, and you’ll feel more energised, more focused and more relaxed. So where do you start? Start with one space and keep going until you are complete. … Continue reading 5 Ways to Declutter: 4) One Space at a Time
A place for everything and everything in its place. Keys, glasses, phone, remote control… What do these have in common? Ever find yourself losing time while looking for them? Or when you want to use that thing you’ve been saving for just the right moment, but don’t remember where you put it… Can you see … Continue reading 5 Ways to Declutter: 3) A Place for Everything
Give each space a purpose Organisation is an art and a discipline. Discipline is achieved through singular focus. Each space must have it's own function. When you know the purpose behind each space you can adapt it accordingly. For example, if your sofa is for relaxing to watch a movie or read a book, then … Continue reading 5 Ways to Declutter: 2) A Singular Purpose
Safety First Like all these principles, Safety First is common sense in action. (And you know how uncommon that can be today!) By following this principle you’re also unconsciously educating everyone you come in to contact with - but let’s keep this practical. What’s the reason for your space? It’s to provide you with a … Continue reading 5 Ways to Declutter: 1) Safety First