Confidence

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 [...]

Drama in education…’to be or not to be’?

By | June 25th, 2010|Art/Drama, Confidence, Education/children, Interviews|

Some people think that Drama lessons are a luxury, not really 'relevant', or not important enough to 'indulge' in.  Drama teacher, Mary Spink, sees things differently. I interviewed Mary, at school in East Sussex.  The interview is just over 1o mins long. Click here for the Interview I'd love to hear your comments, and any thoughts you have about the subject, so please do submit a word or two. Speak soon........

What do you see when you look in the mirror?

By | March 24th, 2010|Confidence, EFT, Film|

Do you like what you see when you look in the mirror? Do you see a friend, an enemy or a complete stranger? No matter what other people say about us, if we don't like the way we look we can never be completely happy. The truth is that, like it or not, you do look, the way you look. If you can begin to accept the way you look, and start to get to like yourself, the mirror will reflect that back to you. So, if like me, you have ever struggled to come to terms with your reflection, take a look at this... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OuE7fbKXe4 Speak soon.....

Do you feel Validated?

By | February 1st, 2010|Changing Habits, Confidence, Film|

‘In psychology and human communication, validation is the reciprocated communication of respect which communicates that the other’s opinions are acknowledged, respected, heard, and (regardless whether or not the listener actually agrees with the content), they are being treated with genuine respect as a legitimate expression of their feelings, rather than marginalized or dismissed.’  Wikipedia If you don’t feel validated by other people perhaps it’s time to look at your behaviour…. Some of you may think that it’s got nothing to do with you and everything to do with everyone else! But what if it hasn’t? What if you were to consider that the ‘buck’  stops with you?  Just think about it. You see, people do what people do, (very profound I [...]

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