As we welcome another New Year, it will be a time many people will reflect on their life and what they have done over the past year, deciding how they can change it for the better going forward. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity to sit down and write a list of all the things … Continue reading How To Set New Year Resolutions (You Can Stick To)
This week I wanted to talk about goals.... my goals to be precise. I’m usually quite private to discuss these, I believe more in showing not telling. But because I haven’t achieved as much as I would have like in 2021, I decided to share with three aims: Give insight into the goals setting process … Continue reading 2021 End Of Year Goals Review
If you want success, goals help you set a vision to obtain them. This guide is for the beginner to help you put together your first set of goals.
New job... and imposter syndrome returns... Recently I’ve been offered a new job, after a number of issues in my current role I decided to make the difficult decision to make the move trying something a bit different to what I’m doing. Although this is a slight change in the career path I envisioned, it … Continue reading Starting a New Job: How to Defeat Imposter Syndrome
You’re in a situation where you find your goals aren’t going to the plan you set earlier in the year. Don’t despair, it is possible to turn your failing goals around… As we approach the last quarter of the year, I realise how little progress I’ve actually made with most of my goals. It’s a … Continue reading How To Turn Failing Goals Around (That Actually Works…)
Thank You... It all started with a blog... Seven years ago I combined two desires together - my new drive to have ambitions, with one of these goals - my aspiration to setup a regular writing habit. I never quite knew where it would take me. Now we are in the present, the first month … Continue reading Thank You / When Life Gets In The Way
This week... This week I’ve been putting in motions to organise a reunion with old friends. This is a long delay, not just due to lockdown restrictions which have been in place over the past year, but also a reluctance on my part to find the motivation to put the movements to actually organise a … Continue reading Old Town – Old Memories
Twenty years ago I was invited to join my workplace football. This was nothing too serious, just an informal kick around, but by the time I was finished I was coughing up the air trying to gather precious breaths. Yeah, I was never much of an athlete at school but I didn’t quite realise how … Continue reading A Manifesto: Starting Your Fitness Journey
According to some random Internet tough guy, the strength and fitness standard for being a real man is: Overhead press x2 your body weight. Bench press x4 smoking hot, Instagram influencers. Squat the weight of a hippo. Deadlift a lorry (for reps). Be able to do more pull-ups than a bearded capuchin monkey on heat. Run a 3 minute mile … Continue reading Strength Standards: How Strong Should I Be?
Part One... This year has been a difficult one, I’m sure you’ve heard that a thousand times before, but I’m a believer difficult times offer the opportunity to learn a lot. Lockdown took away the freedom to keep doing the things we loved, and, seeing the people we loved. Our places that relieved our stresses … Continue reading An Open Letter For Whomever
It’s not been an easy year so far... In some ways I knew this moment was coming, my head hasn’t been into much recently. You could say too many lockdowns, too many gym closures,... too many setbacks were responsible for the frustrations. But I know that’s a lie and a bit of self-sabotage was involved … Continue reading How Hard You Get Hit
For the past year, you’ve set yourself a habit working towards that goal to achieve that thing you really want. And after all that time working through the challenges and setbacks, you’ve finally done it! So why do you feel so down and disappointed with the end result? Why do I feel so down now … Continue reading Feel Disappointed After Achieving a Goal?: Try this…