Out of the Zone…

It has been over two months since the UK government ordered a lockdown, advising citizens to stay at home to reduce the spread of coronavirus. This has meant people having to work from home, without access to seeing friends, family, loved ones… And more importantly a total shut-down of all gyms in the country. This … Continue reading Out of the Zone…

The Simple Formula Which Will Help You Understand Why Change Happens (Guest Post)

Have you ever made a change to your life that went quite smoothly? On the other hand is there something you wanted to change, but found you failed again and again? This is something I went through a lot setting goals - despite having good intentions, something just didn't click. All that resulted was failing … Continue reading The Simple Formula Which Will Help You Understand Why Change Happens (Guest Post)

Five Things Life Teaches You About Failure

Showing fear of failure to such an extent that you won't take on any challenges and risks shows that in many ways you have failed - at life. With each personal failure, this is an opportunity to learn, to get better at life... Here is what I have learned about failure by living life:

Take the Real World Offline Challenge! (Infographic)

In January, I challenged readers of this blog to Take the Real World Offline Challenge! This was motivated by my own anxieties triggered by spending too much time plugged in, not dedicating enough time to personal passions such as writing because I was so busy on social media. Since that time I have spent more … Continue reading Take the Real World Offline Challenge! (Infographic)

4 Tricks To Take Control of Your Emotions (Infographic)

Having the ability to control your emotions is a great skill to possess. When you choose how your react to a situation you become empowered, not allowing how you feel about a situation control your mind. If you want some tips to take better control of your emotions - whether it is reacting in anger, … Continue reading 4 Tricks To Take Control of Your Emotions (Infographic)

4 elements to understand change (Infographic)

I recently wrote a new article for Tribe Media all about a formula that helps you understand why change happens. It's a useful skill to understand the basics of change management in both our personal and professional life and I wanted to share the highlights from my writing here in this infographic. 4 elements to … Continue reading 4 elements to understand change (Infographic)

3 Tips to Develop your Resilience to Pressure

"Pressure makes diamonds" Even in a life of routine and control, its inevitable things don’t always go to plan. This is when the mettle of a person gets tested – will they lose their nerve?  Their temper? …Or will they stay calm and calculate their next action?  How do they handle this pressure? People are … Continue reading 3 Tips to Develop your Resilience to Pressure

How to Recover from Burnout and Overstimulation During COVID-19 Lockdown

How are you coping with lockdown? In these types of situations it emphasises the importance dedicate to recovery - as things evolve you can constantly become obsessed seeking updates and trivia When everything kicked off, the news and people on social media went wild with updates and theories on COVID-19. Too much exposure to information … Continue reading How to Recover from Burnout and Overstimulation During COVID-19 Lockdown

The art of assertiveness: anger and picking your battles wisely

When you let people drive you to anger, they control you. When you control your anger, you can drive people. A common misconception about assertiveness is it is just something for a meek shy pushover to develop, when actually, people who are quick to anger should study assertiveness to help establish more appropriate methods to … Continue reading The art of assertiveness: anger and picking your battles wisely

Develop resilience to pressure (Infographic)

Hi folks, How is everyone holding up? If there is something I've noticed about these times it's different peoples ability to handle pressure. Some people are quite stoic, accept the situation for what it is and recognise whatever restrictions are in place, no one can lock down their mind. While other people are hysterical, the … Continue reading Develop resilience to pressure (Infographic)

Keep your sanity in COVID-19 isolation

This week lockdown was announced in the UK, meaning more time spent at home. Today's post give some advice to protect your mental health, wellbeing and sanity during COVID-19. Avoid speculation and suspicious sources Social media is full of bleak conspiracy theories, speculation and erroneous information – in this time don’t use it to seek … Continue reading Keep your sanity in COVID-19 isolation

Be the best you

I wanted to write a post today to ask a simple question: Are you being the best you? Are there things you are unsatisfied with, yet you don’t do anything about it? You tell yourself you’ll do something ‘later’, but not tonight because today has been a ‘hard day’ and you just want to just … Continue reading Be the best you