Reading Time: 5 minutes Criticism is important because what it tells us is important. The more you experience criticism as a negative, the more apt you are to respond to criticism in a negative manner. Criticism is a complex, essential and powerful process. It is important because situations affect our welfare and must be evaluated. It is essential because […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Previously published in South Sydney Herald. To a large extent, yes. In any bad situation, I have always striven to find the silver lining, no matter how well-hidden it may be. It’s all up to us whether we wish to fill our lives with positive thoughts or with negative ones. If life were to give me
Reading Time: 2 minutes The “Eeyore Syndrome” is named after the famously sad little donkey, Eeyore, in the popular Winnie-the-Pooh children’s books. Eeyore walked around with his head hanging down, feeling sorry for himself. Those suffering the Eeyore Syndrome expect the worst and find shifting their attitude difficult. A lack of confidence fuels this pessimism. Positively Persevering Laughter relieves
Reading Time: 3 minutes William Shakespeare once said, “Time is very slow for those who want, very fast for those who are scared, very long for those who are sad and very short for those who celebrate but for those who love, time is eternal”. The Value of 86,400 seconds Everyday 86,400 seconds are deposited into your life account.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Most people want guarantees because they fear the unknown. Some view going down an unexpected or different life or career path as failure. They assert that their fate is predetermined and that they can do little to change their unfortunate circumstances. Change requires courage; not everyone is capable of taking this leap of faith. Changing
Reading Time: 4 minutes “How people treat you is their Karma; how you react is yours” – Wayne Dyer Just the word itself, redundant, is harsh when you look at the definition: ‘no longer needed or useful; superfluous.’ The loss of confidence that comes with the notion of being redundant can be debilitating, especially if it was a role