You must have heard it before: You need to love yourself. So, what does it mean to love yourself? How do you do it? And is it ok to love yourself; is that not awfully self-centred?
Let’s first understand what self-love really is: It refers to our ability to hold… Continue reading
Over the last few weeks, I have met with a number of clients that are working harder during lockdown than ever before and are virtually on the brink of burn-out. Not only do you have to focus on your paying job, but this job has to be balanced with children,… Continue reading
By now you have seen a variety of blogs, articles and views on the lockdowns implemented around the globe. For the average household, the question is how to stay sane and survive this new normal. Herewith some ideas that really do work:
- Have a routine
At first, we all thought… Continue reading
Emotional Intelligence (EQ) can be defined as the ability to understand, manage, and effectively express one’s own feelings, as well as engage and navigate successfully with the feelings of others. EQ is undeniably an essential foundation for all close personal relationships. Unlike IQ, which does not change significantly over a… Continue reading
What makes visualisation so powerful? Can using visualisation to create your reality really happen?
How often do we say: I cannot see this or that happening? And guess what – it is exactly what we get. If you cannot imagine and see yourself achieve something you will indeed not achieve… Continue reading
After yet another crazy year, it is for many of us in South Africa time for a break! However, the worries do not seem to stop: What does the future hold for Eskom? When will the draughts in many parts of our country come to an end? What about crime?… Continue reading
Second-guessing yourself can be a fantastic self-preservation tool – it is all about look before you leap and it keeps you from making a false move. However, like with all things in life, too much second-guessing could be a hindrance that stop you from achieving your ultimate goals and purpose… Continue reading
During the past week it just so happened that I saw multiple clients that were consumed by guilt: guilt for being a working mother, guilt for not spending enough time at home with his family, guilt for not climbing the corporate ladder as quickly as others, and many more.
Why… Continue reading
Let’s face it: we all worry…work, the family, illnesses, finances, the business, aging…There is hardly a day that go by without being worried about something.
At times worrying could be very good for you. Sometimes it is the worries that call us to action, get you to think about a… Continue reading