Are you taking a gamble?

By | June 8th, 2010|Changing Habits, Gambling, Interviews|

The Gambling Commission survey of the prevalence of gambling and problem gambling suggests there has been little change since 1999. But online gambling and other new forms have higher rates of problem gamblers, sparking concerns about liberalising gambling laws.'BBC News Reaction:UK Gambling Report 'Although, thankfully, the number of problem gamblers has not increased, I believe the figure is still too high. The challenge we now face is to prevent people becoming problem gamblers in the first place. The study shows that young single men are a particularly vulnerable group, and we are determined to work with the industry, the Gambling Commission and government to find radical, effective solutions to this issue.' (John Greenway, responsibility in Gambling Trust) Today I talk to [...]

How do you manage your Anger?

By | May 15th, 2010|Anger, Interviews|

If you were not brought up to accept your anger and express it in a 'clean' way, you may see anger as 'bad' or 'negative'. CiCi Collins, Anger Management Consultant, talks about anger and why we need to embrace it. The interview lasts 12 minutes. Click here for the interview I'd love to hear any thoughts you might have about anger, or any feedback about this interview,  so please do leave a comment underneath this blog. Many thanks. Speak soon .....

Are you listening to your ‘gut instinct’?

By | May 7th, 2010|Health, Interviews|

Is your body trying to tell you something? When it does, do you listen? After injuring her back and having to learn to walk again, Yoga teacher, Linzi Gorringe, claims she  feels happier now, than she has ever been. Hear what she has to say about 'owning motherhood', the link between thoughts and physical pain, and her journey back to health. The recording is approx 12 mins long. Click here for the interview Speak soon ......

The Cosmic Joke

By | April 11th, 2010|Interviews, Peace|

Sometimes we cannot change our circumstances, but what we can do, is change the way we relate to them. Today I had the pleasure of talking to Lynne Hazelden, a remarkable woman, who despite her illness, has continued to stand for 'Peace in our lifetime'. Lynne does not make a habit of talking about her physical health, so this is a rare interview with her. Do take the time to listen to this inspiring 40 minute audio, as Lynne shares herself, and let's us in on  'The Cosmic Joke'. Click here for the Interview To check out Lynnes bio and  3 minute pitch about The Cosmic Joke, click on this link below You can see Lynne speaking on Peace Day, [...]

Exercise…do you love it or hate it?

By | April 8th, 2010|EFT, Exercise, Interviews|

Like it or not, exercise is 'good for us'.  Today I talk to Personal Trainer, Jennifer Neal about the benefits of exercise. The interview lasts 8 mins 33 sec.  Click on this link to hear the interview  JenniferNealInterview Here is a demonstration of how you can use EFT, a simple tapping technique to motivate yourself to exercise. Speak soon .....

Is everyone creative?

By | March 17th, 2010|Art/Drama, Interviews|

I hear some people say they 'haven't got a creative bone in their body' but is that really true? I interviewed artist Veronique Maria about her thoughts on the matter. Click on the link below to listen. Interview with artist Veronique Maria

Is Image everything?

By | March 11th, 2010|Confidence, Interviews|

We communicate who we are in all sorts of ways.  Our outer appearance, whether we like it or not, speaks volumes! So what is it that you are saying to people by the way you present yourself? Is image  important to you?  Can you 'be bothered' to spend time and money on yourself and your wardrobe? Do you invest in yourself or are you bottom of the list? Today I interviewed Style Consultant, Alex Moore.  This is what she had to say about it ... Click on this link  to hear the interview AlexMooreInterview

You want something, go get it!

By | March 8th, 2010|Confidence, Film, Interviews|

Do you know what you really want?  Specifically? The more specific you can be about what you want, the more likely you are to get it. Your mind is very powerful indeed and it likes to give you what you think about.  If you don't believe me  take a look at your own life.  What is it that you constantly think about? Here's an example - If you are always thinking,  'there's never enough money', you will notice that, 'there's never enough money'. Unfortunately your mind cannot distinguish between the things you do want and the things you don't want.  All it can do is manifest your thoughts.  So what's really useful is to  'manage' your thoughts. Keep thinking about what [...]

What’s your Language of Love?

By | March 4th, 2010|Interviews, Relationships|

We all have  different ways of expressing our love and when our partner does it differently it can lead to upset. Today I'm talking to Teresa Perez (from ChoiceRelationship) about the Language of Love and the Love Thermostat. To hear the interview click on this link   The Language of Love Interview lasts just under 15 mins Speak soon ......

Me and my shadows…

By | February 16th, 2010|Anger, Interviews|

Do you ever find that you behave differently with different people?  You may not have given this much thought before, but you probably do that because you feel more comfortable showing certain aspects of yourself to specific individuals. Obviously most of us prefer not to be 'judged', and although being 'judgemental' might be considered to be  part of the 'human condition', hiding certain aspects of our personality can be a great way of  avoiding the possibility of criticism. The problem is that over the years we can become so good at hiding these different aspects that we fool ourselves! Perhaps it's time now to turn the light on... Today I'm talking to Anger  Management Consultant, CiCi Collins, about our 'Shadows'. NB [...]

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