Self-Development

Self-development is a personal journey to achieve and expand your potential. Open doors to wisdom, strength and avenues to unleash your capabilities.

Why Being Naive And Gullible Is Edgy

Have you ever been told you are naive? And the first thought that sprung to mind when someone said that – either directly or indirectly was, how dare they think I am naive snd gullible! Were they saying you are ignorant or unsophisticated? Artless or callow? After all perhaps you viewed yourself as knowledgeable and experienced. Maybe intelligent and wise. Sometimes a leery comment can offer an opportunity…

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How To Become Stronger And Buoyant In The Face Of Uneasy And Uncertain Times

Mental Health Awareness Week 2020 is from 18th to 24th May. This year the theme is kindness. Where extraordinary stories have emerged of kindness being expressed in this time of lockdown and isolation. Kindness offers us a time to look at how we can aim to thrive, rather than just survive in any situation. To become stronger and buoyant in the face of uneasy and uncertain times. The…

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How To Be Unique And Feel Fulfilled Without Losing Your Individuality

Have you ever stopped to think about your value? Not an everyday question we may ask of ourselves. But, an important one in understanding the wealth of our self-worth. What requirements do we need to be unique? Recently I watched a documentary on the House of Romanovs Faberge Easter Egg Collection. Exploring each fine design, we understand a little more about Karl Faberge, the astounding artistic jeweller behind…

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What You Need To Be Happy | 5 Pointers To Passion & Purpose

The month of March concluded with some remarkable and historical adjustments. Now April unrolls before us – a new month and another chapter opens, as we head into the second quarter of this year. The COVID-19 pandemic has topped worldwide headlines. Where medical science urges us to stay away from others, due to the contagiousness of this virus. And the serious health risks that could emerge. Self-isolation can…

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How To Embrace Those ‘Oh Wells’ In Life : Live A Life You Proud Of By …

When I began writing in March, the focal point was on spring cleaning our emotions so that we categorise what is essential and select what isn’t in our lives. To encounter a liberty that opens doorways to change that a new season brings.  As I write the world we live in has altered dramatically. Where many countries have now moved into some form of lockdown to contain a…

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The One Habit You Can’t Avoid – Recognise How To Manage Your Stress Levels

Do you want to beat stress and build emotional strength? Worry is the biggest impact to our mental health and anxiety levels. Overtaking our lives and consuming us. Impacting known or uncertain circumstances that we confront. A lack of understanding will prevent you from managing worry. Leading to serious health issues. To elude getting to this point, learn how to deal with thoughts, emotions and actions that can…

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How To Take The Leap & Ditch Emotional Baggage Forever

Packing luggage for a trip is fun. Especially when you master compacting numerous essential items into a carryon bag. Perhaps you are a Marie Kondo fan. And thinking about packing makes you long to jet off for a relaxing spa weekend, an exciting tour of famous cities or your honeymoon. Emotional baggage is similar to that bag you take on holiday with you. You decide what you will…

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3 Ingenious Techniques To Declutter Negative Emotions

Spring has a way of soothing all the icicles winter has left around our hearts. Longer days remind us that a fresh season beckons us with heaps of promise. Ahead we embrace the hope of the sun warming us. Unfolding the leaves and gently kissing the budding flowers with the touch of change. Gladdening our soul and flushing our cheeks with new life and beauty as the echoes…

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4 Secrets To Become The Person You Want To Be With Forever

Are you happy with your own company? It’s February! With one extra day this leap year to make an impact – my focal point is on relationships. Firstly because this is the month of love and secondly because I have been reflecting on what I could extract from the past decade. Not because I profess to be a relationship expert, but simply as I acknowledge the importance of…

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How To Exchange A Judgmental Attitude For An Understanding One

Can you recall a moment in time where the reaction you received wasn’t the response you expected? As Christ visited a Samaritan village, He was not well received. The disciples turned to Him and said, ‘Lord do you want us to command the fire to come down from heaven and consume them just as Elijah did?’  Jesus replied, ‘You do not know what manner of spirit you are…

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