It can be difficult to find a job that truly suits us and feeds our soul. I love to create, to work in a quiet space, to use my mind and do something worthwhile. Now, once again, I have got involved in a fun new project and overbooked myself. If all … [Read more...] about Commit wisely to create margin
Catherine Louise Birmingham is an experienced riding coach working in dressage and Equestrianism. Through her work with people, horses and her own struggles, she realised that horses were a parallel understanding of how to live our own lives. The … [Read more...] about Using horse riding principles to build our resilience
Dan Lawson sees many people in search of happiness, as a mental health counselor in New York. Many of us are doing things that may bring us pleasure but don't make us happy. People want to be happy but they are not sure where happiness comes from. … [Read more...] about Is happiness just a side effect?
Dan Lawson is a licensed Mental Health Counselor from New York, helping people make change by remembering who we are. He feels people are obsessed with who we are not, and we forget who we are, so he helps organisations and people remember. Our minds … [Read more...] about How do I achieve happiness?
Diabetes is the fastest growing health threat of our times and an urgent public health issue. During the last 10 years, the number of people living with diabetes in the UK has more than doubled, to over 4 million. We have been astounded by the affects … [Read more...] about I rid myself of diabetes – Pauline’s story
A strong sign of resilience is the ability to constantly change and reinvent. Meet Graham Arrowsmith, who has a sales and marketing background and Kevin Appleby, an accountant and management consultant. Kevin and Graham have had to do this on … [Read more...] about Building resilience through reinvention and making your intentions really happen