Posts tagged: twenty four hours

5 Tips to help you be in the flow…

As I mentioned yesterday on the topic of flow, when we do things which go with our flow we tend to find them easy and call them good; it’s also likely they take less effort. Today let’s look at how to create a flowing environment. (Keep in mind the idea of a river and you’ll […]

Where are you going?

Do you know where you are going in life? Here’s a little secret you may not realise – you don’t need to know. When a river is flowing from the mountains down to the sea, do you think the water focuses on the ocean, or where it is going next? I feel that way too […]

THINGS TO DO list blasted in just 10 days!

Imagine having nothing on your Things to Do list – what would you do with yourself?? Recently I did what Jay Abraham does in marketing – I took a concept which works really well in one field and transposed it to another; namely I train around Planning & Scheduling at work so thought I’d try […]

It is BAD for you to have New Year Resolutions – DO NOT DO IT!

Two thousand and twelve. Yup, here we are over a week in to the New Year and I’m wondering how many of you made New Year’s Resolutions you are being committed and persistent about. Statistics show that you are likely having challenges and if so, I can help. I’m here to provide a tip which […]

It happens over 85,000 times per day, you probably contribute to it and it’s killing the planet…

I received a PowerPoint presentation recently with brilliant images from Chris Jordan in his art exhibition entitled, “Running with Numbers, a Self-Portrait”. The figures in it disturbed me. As a result, I’ve updated the presentation and reposted it here for you to know and choose how to behave as a result. Are you aware what […]

Can you live on 24 hours per day?

A recent post from Emily Gowor reminded me of this piece by Arnold Bennett. A great reminder about what we’re up to in our time … Philosophers have explained space… … they have not explained TIME. It is the inexplicable raw material of everything.  With it, all is possible, without it, nothing.  The supply of time […]