We know the only constant is change, however, if it’s constant, and we experience this often, then surely none of us should be in a rut and overthink what ‘change’ might bring about.
The type of bra you should wear will be dictated by the size and shape of your breasts. To give your breast tissue the support it needs always wear bras that provide maximum support.
Why do we hang onto things we are familiar with and accustomed to? I was reminded of a colleague who worked with me in local government during one of the many 4-yearly restructuring (in 1996), which would affect over 37,000 employees!
This past week was an interesting one for me. I celebrated my birthday, New Zealand joined the Space race and I was booked in, to get fibre installed. What do these three things have in common?
Have you ever wondered why you have so many clothes in your wardrobe still with their tags still on? They might have been bought on impulse, or you were swayed because it was ‘a good price’, or you felt like something different and the latest fashion trend beckoned you; but find now you do not like them, or ‘can’t even remember why you bought them in the first place.
How many of us spend our time dwelling on the past, the things that went wrong, the bad times, the mistakes we made and the opportunities we didn’t take advantage of?
There is a significant difference between feeling tired and being burnt out, someone who is tired can usually recover with a good night’s sleep. Whereas someone who is burnout often sleeps and sleeps and they can never feel rejuvenated.
I’m probably not alone when I say I’m guilty of letting my self-belief falter occasionally, letting self-doubt creep in, and then in the night what happens? These huge obstacles rear up like a big black monster blocking our way, leaving us with a waking feeling of negativity and impending pessimism!
If only I had more money! If only I felt more positive! If only I was more successful! If only I could achieve my potential! If only I could achieve my goals! Are you guilty of being stuck in ‘if only’ conundrum? Whom do you blame? Others? Yourself?
I was reminded of the Kinks song - ‘Life is So Complicated’ whilst thinking about this month’s theme of Removing Obstacles. What do we think of when we think about obstacles other than those things or blocks that prevent or hinder us from our own personal or professional progress?
Have you ever felt that if you were not on the earth that no one would miss you? Have you ever lost your ambitions, your drive, your sense of belonging? Had no real direction in life or more importantly no purpose?
With the imminent arrival of my second daughter, I’ve been thinking about work-life balance a lot more recently. Being a 21st century kind of chap, I did a quick google search of “work life balance NZ” which yielded over 81 million results.
Whenever I ask my clients why they can’t be happy I tend to get the same five answers. They have nothing to do with what is or isn’t happening in their lives and more to do with belief systems.
I have talked before about that evil word should and its partner in crime shouldn’t. If you have read my book ‘Heightening Your Happiness’ you will know that I suggest banning those words from your thoughts and your speech.