Resolutions

What do you really want this year?

By | January 1st, 2012|Confidence, Habits, Resolutions|

For a lot of people, New Years Resolutions mean frustration, guilt and a cycle that they are very familiar with. Statistics  reveal that 40 to 45% of adults make one or more resolutions or goals for themselves, and only 75% of them make it past the first week and 46% make it past 6 months! Making a New Years resolution is always a good step because you’re 10 times more likely to attain your goal than people who don’t explicitly make goals Do New Year’s Resolutions really work?  Absolutely, anything can work if you resolve to do it and you stick to your commitment.  The trouble is that if a part of you doesn’t want to give something up or start [...]

Relationships

By | January 19th, 2011|Listening, Resolutions|

I went to see the film,  'The Kings Speech' yesterday and I was very moved by it. It's about the story of King George VI of Britain, 'his impromptu ascension to the throne and the speech therapist who helped the unsure monarch become King'.  It's a wonderful film and the relationship between the King and Lionel Logue is a joy to watch. For me Life is all about relationships and the quality of those relationships affect the quality of my life. It's so important to 'invest' in relationships; take time to nourish and nurture them, and 'do the maintenance'. Intimate relationships can be particularly challenging, but if we want them to be extraordinary, we need to be honest, empathetic, loving and [...]

Is your New Year New?

By | January 2nd, 2011|Changing Habits, Resolutions|

We’re only just into the new year,  but does it feel like it’s new? or are you already relating to life like you’ve ‘been there and done it’?  In reality, every moment is a new moment, it’s never happened before.  So why not take a moment to ‘savour the moment’.   […]

How can you keep your Resolutions for 2011?

By | December 19th, 2010|Changing Habits, Habits, Resolutions|

The time for making New Years Resolutions is just around the corner and for a lot of people that means frustration, guilt and a cycle that they are very familiar with. Statistics  reveal that 40 to 45% of adults make one or more resolutions or goals for themselves, and only 75% of them make it past the first week and 46% make it past 6 months! Making a New Years resolution is always a good step because you’re 10 times more likely to attain your goal than people who don’t explicitly make goals Do New Year’s Resolutions really work?  Absolutely, anything can work if you resolve to do it and you stick to your commitment.  The trouble is that if a [...]

Top Tips for Stopping Smoking for Good!

By | January 3rd, 2010|Habits, Quit Smoking, Resolutions|

Some tips if you are thinking of Stopping Smoking Change your brand of cigarettes – if you smoke roll ups buy packet cigarettes or visa versa Hold the cigarette in the opposite hand between your middle finger and your ring finger, it feels odd but it will allow you to become ‘conscious’ of when you are smoking […]

Real Time Web Analytics