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Posted by on Nov 16, 2017 in Accomplishment, Blame, Coaching, Freedom, Happiness, Light Hearted Lessons, Looking Inside, Mindset, Motivational, Responsibility, Self Confidence, Work Life Balance | 0 comments

Irritated? Here is a quick fix.

Well here is the second post in our series of posts that help you to figure out where you are now and where you want to go next year so it can be the most productive year ever. Tay we are going to talk about getting out of the rut that has been created by your underlying limited belief that others or other things are to blame for the things you are unhappy with yourself or in your life. Think about this, have you ever been pissed off at the scorching heat or the 30 below winter when you know you live in that climate? Probably not, do you know why? its simply because you can´t change it but you can change how you deal with it and think about it. It’s you, your perception and your reactions that are the key here. If you have the heat or the cold you can move, or you can dress less, go for a swim, put on a parka, take up...

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Posted by on Jul 9, 2013 in Accomplishment, Blame, Family, Freedom, Goals, Happiness, Life Coach, Light Hearted Lessons | 0 comments

Taking 100% Responsibility for Your Life

Today I realized that there are a lot of people out there that need help trying to figure out how to make their lives phenomenal. Its about making a decision to change the way you perceive your life and how you want to react to it. There are so many twists and turns in life that can affect what happens next in your life and what your future will bring that you really need to be on top of how you deal with them. Your life is the result of the way that you deal with it. It is the culmination of all the decisions you have made, every reaction you have had and each and every choice you have made. Many people today feel they are entitled to something good in life. They feel that life owes them or that society owes them something when this is not the case. Life does not owe you anything instead you owe yourself something. You owe yourself the respect to take...

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Posted by on Jun 28, 2012 in Coaching, Feeling Overwhelmed, Freedom, Goals, Happiness, Light Hearted Lessons, Mindset, Motivational, Productivity, Responsibility, Self Confidence, Uncategorized, Work Life Balance | 0 comments

The secrets to success

  I have been reading Jack Canfields Success secrets, in fact while I sat in the sun in Spain last week I read the whole book. The secrets really resonated with me because I am a believer in having good habits that promote success and happiness in your life as well as striving to reduce stress and facilitate greater work life balance in your life. As mompreneurs and working mothers I am sure you will appreciate this, . Then today I was with my interns and was telling them about the book when they began to be really interested. Their faces lit up and they leaned forward to learn more about how they to could get a leg up on life. They are all really intelligent individuals that will go on to change the world with their wisdom and I look forward to following their journey through life. While I was talking to them they expressed a genuine interest in having me teach them one principle a day so that they could...

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Posted by on Jun 3, 2012 in Children, Family, Feeling Overwhelmed, Freedom, Happiness, Kids, Light Hearted Lessons, Work Life Balance | 0 comments

Child labor or a labor of love

One of the greatest ways to have more time as a working mother is to get some help. Who can you get to help, the kids of cource providing they are over the diaper stage 🙂 I have seen it over and over again that parents run around trying to prepare lunches, get the kids ready and then try to get themselves prepared to start the work day. Meanwhile the kids are just hanging around waiting for their parents to get everything done. Dinner time is a big one. The kids whine and ask about dinner, when is it ready, whats for dinner, we are hungry etc. They will sit down for dinner without any forthought of the fact that there are no glasses or no butter. They wait rather than take initiative to help prepare the family meal. What about where are my clothes or can you wash my favorite sweater. Why do we as parents let ourselves get caught up in this merrygoround. I think we should...

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Posted by on Mar 7, 2012 in Children, Freedom, Looking Inside | 1 comment

Protect the invisible children from Kony

My heart is torn up right now because I just watched Kony 2012. My daughters told me about it being popular on Facebook right now and it sure is. My middle daughter Hanna said it had had a big impact on her and she couldnt even stop thinking about it. My younger daughter knew which video I was talking about as soon as I said the one that changes your life. My son hadn´t seen it yet but I am sure he is watching it right now. The girls are watching the Youtube views go viral, checking every so often to see how well the campagne is going. Its nice to see them taking an interest in others. I hope that in the future out children will do a better job than we have in protecting the inocent and watching over the less fortunate. If you havent seen this video then I think you should. Stop what you are doing and watch it. It takes 30 minutes and you...

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Posted by on May 6, 2010 in Freedom, Happiness, Motivational | 0 comments

Meditation

Meditation is as far as I am concerned the 8th wonder of the world. It seems to be a cure all that is if you take the time to really do it regularly. I began meditation about 6 years ago. It all began with my sister. When she was starting her first job after university she began renting a room close to where she worked. The woman she rented the room from became a trusted friend and they are still friends today. When my sister moved into this friend’s house she noticed pictures on all the walls with the same man in them he was from India and had long wavy hair. He was maybe in his 60´s and wore loose clothing like you would see in India I suppose. At first my sister thought this man was someone her friend was in a relationship with or a family member, friend something like that. Eventually though she asked about his relationship with her friend and was told he was...

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