It's that time of the year again. I have decided to support my weight loss achievements with some fitness goals. I am reflecting on how many of my last years plans worked out, on what worked and what didn't. How many of us have just made promises to ourselves that we know are unlikely to … Continue reading How to make your NY resolutions work!
This book by Jennifer Garvey Berger, covers five quirks or traps that leaders might fall into with potentially serious performance consequences. . I have put the traps in my own order, so that I can use the mnemonic of RACES to remember them..... Trapped by Rightness - just because something feels right, doesn't make it … Continue reading Unlocking Leadership Mind-traps – A Review
Confused by conflicting health advice? Not sure if you should cook your kale in coconut oil or sweep it all in the rubbish bin. Coconut oil is nice and slippery like that when warm. The shocking truth is it’s actually not that hard or confusing. There is more agreement and good science than confusion and … Continue reading It’s not Rocket Science: 30 tips to an evidence based life well lived
Welcome to an overview of the 7 BEs of well-BE-ing. We are currently creating a more detailed overview of each BE, with related research, a story or two and an activity. However here is a sneak preview, to get you going. Be True We know relationships with others are hard work. What of those with … Continue reading The 7 BEs of well-BE-ing
I don't remember how long it took for me to get fat. I just know it happened. I now understand much more about why it happened. During my weight loss journey I have been encouraged to think about why I decided to take action, what were the defining issues? I was very uncomfortable. So my … Continue reading Weight-loss & Me: Finally putting my money where my mouth isn’t.