Food for Thought

Date: July 30,  2021
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Categories: Leisure, Life, Trauma, Work

If we change the way we look at things, the things we look at change. Dr. Wayne.

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How to Build a New Habit

Date: July 18,  2021
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Categories: Life, Work

Research tells us that 40% of our daily behaviours are habit. Starting something new can be challenging. Creating momentum to keep on doing it can be a deal breaker. Here are some easy strategies to keep you moving forward! • Start with a small habit. Make it easy so you actually do it. (instead.

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Feeling Stuck? Overwhelmed?

Date: July 06,  2021
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Categories: Life, Work

I often point out to my clients that one of the major reasons we become overwhelmed is simply that we are envisioning tackling the whole project at once. That can induce a state of ‘Stuck’. It can feel insurmountable and virtually impossible. When we want to bring about change,.

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On Golf, Life and Regrouping

Date: June 16,  2021
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Categories: Life

There are days where I like to think of myself as a reasonably competent golfer. Those are the days where the fairways seem wide and the hole seems big. The ball just effortlessly responds to my touch and falls intentionally into the hole. I have learned over my golf playing.

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Peak Productivity

Date: June 01,  2021
Author: Wendy
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Categories: Life, Work

The Ivy Lee Method was developed by a successful businessman in the early 1900’s by the name of Ivy Lee. It is based on 5 manageable steps that are equally effective today. Here they are: 1. At the end of each work day, write down the six most important things you need.

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