Larry Ward has a PhD in religious studies with an emphasis on Buddhist meditation and neuroscience. He is a Christian minister and Dharma teacher working in retreats with people who are interested in the path of mindfulness and Buddhism, and additionally … [Read more...] about Increasing mindfulness and resilience through meditation
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Taking a holiday does more for you than just enabling you to sleep late and get a glowing tan - there are numerous health benefits which will boost your resilience! Here are just some of the ways they are good for your mind and body. Reduce … [Read more...] about Do you really need a holiday?
Tony Crabbe is an international consultant and business psychologist who has written a really useful book “Busy” - how to thrive in a world of too much. It’s become one of the top 3 leadership books in 2016 and been a best seller in a number of countries. … [Read more...] about Busy – how to thrive in a world of too much
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
Coming to terms with ageing is often difficult. It is a process that can not be reversed. We see the growing past as we travel into the unknown, unable to see what is coming our way. Let me introduce you to a remarkable and unique character who has … [Read more...] about Ageing tips from the 97 yr old body builder, Charles Eugster
For many, stressors seem to involve either time or money… so we have been keen to glean some top tips from Patrick Waller who has spent over 30yrs as a financial consultant and successfully grown his own business. Patrick is passionate about … [Read more...] about Building Financial Resilience as “Life is too short”