Monthly Archives: June 2009

I can’t complain, but sometimes I still do. ~Joe Walsh


Have you ever noticed how much of your day you spend complaining? About the weather (too hot, too cold, too wet, too windy). About your boss (he doesn’t ‘get me’, he gives me too much/not enough work, …). About a … Continue reading

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Energy flows where attention goes — Christine Kane


I am following Christine Kane‘s Uplevel Your Life program. The above quote is from lesson number one. And it is very powerful. Let’s say you’re in a hurry and you’re driving along this road and you get stuck behind this … Continue reading

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If you’re anxious you cannot be creative

Watch John Cleese on creativity and humour: Anxiety kills creativity. Repeating kills creativity. All you have to do is believe in it. And Don Norman agrees that happiness triggers creativity:

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Love the questions

Have patience with everything unresolved in your heartand try to love the questions themselves … Don’t search for the answers,which could not be given to you now,because you would not be able to live them. And the point is, to … Continue reading

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Reclaim your creative self


Last week I presented my first guest post on Craig’s Enlightr blog. Today I am delighted to share his guest post on creativity with you. Craig is a 22-year-old student currently studying psychology at Bournemouth University. He runs a self … Continue reading

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What is self improvement and how do you ‘get it’?

I am excited and honored to present to you my very first guest post over at Enlightr dot com: What is self improvement and how do you ‘get it’? At Enlightr, 22 year old Craig has managed to set up … Continue reading

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Every aspect of our lives is, in a sense, a vote for the kind of world we want to live in. — Frances Moore Lappe


I am not particularly fond of politics. It is usually one of the three topics that I try to avoid talking to people about (the other two being religion and sex) because I find that many seem to define themselves … Continue reading

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