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September 10, 2012

Self-Deprecating Humour

Humour has power; laughter can heal rifts, heal the body, soothe the mind, lighten the atmosphere and bring people closer together. Knowing how to use humour is a talent that makes people popular and appropriate use of humour can diffuse all types of volatile situations. Humour comes in all shapes and sizes and while we love to laugh, we need to be very careful when poking fun at ourselves. You have no doubt experienced someone […]
August 31, 2012

26 Successful People Who “Failed”

"Fear of Failure" is one of the most common fears that my clients have. Fear of failure holds you back from living the life you want and deserve to live. People fear failure because they are afraid of what other people will think of them. This fear stems from a strong need for acceptance from other people. But, the truth is that you will never have acceptance from everyone that you want to be accepting […]
August 16, 2012

How to Build Self-Confidence – 3 Simple Steps

You know you are lacking it, confidence can feel like the Holy Grail, but really --how can you go from none to some?  Self-confidence is not an overnight acquisition, its takes some time and effort on your part to realize you're a person who deserves respect and love. From that, you can start to build your ‘absolute confidence’ but below are a few tips to get you started feeling and being a more confident you. […]
July 26, 2012

Your “Inner Critic”

The inner critic is the negative voice or chatter that goes on inside our heads. We all talk to ourselves, it’s totally normal and everyone experiences it. The inner critic is the all the negative self-talk, reminding you of your mistakes, weaknesses and failures. It is a confidence killer! The inner critic usually doesn’t remind you of how well you’re doing or of what your strengths are. And regardless of how ridiculous the negative statements […]
July 22, 2012

My Trip To Montreal

I recently went on holidays to Montreal. It's such a cool city because it feels very much like Europe but is a modern, diverse city (with almost all people there speaking English), with amazing shopping and fantastic restaurants. My friend and I had the BEST oysters EVER at Cavalli, and really unique seafood entrees at La Bremner. There's so many fun things to do, one of my favourites was The Piknic Electronik, Montreal's weekly Sunday […]

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