Breaking from the weakest link

Breaking from the weakest link

In your business, political party, sports team or within your circle of friends, the weakest link will impact the collective. Should we look to improve the weakest link or should we look to cut it out, remove it and would that improve things or adversely impact the remaining members?

It never ceases to amaze me how managers have this incredible ability to tolerate under performance rather than stepping into those difficult conversations, taking assertive action and ultimately do what they are paid to do - manage.

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Why do I swim in cold water? Can you?

Why do I swim in cold water? Can you?

Would you like to know cold water can improve your health? Boost your immune system and improve your mood? Check out my 5 minute blog on the topic.

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Is Meditation a Jedi Power - The one True Source?

Is Meditation a Jedi Power - The one True Source?

Recent studies have shown the benefits of meditation in respect to both our minds (resolving anxiety) and our general wellbeing (Forbes Article from July 2017). The really cool thing about this 'new craze' is that you can join this gym for FREE, you don't need to worry about parking, the right clothes, the hairdryers, or whether they notice when you haven't been in two weeks! Here is the good news: the place for your meditation is with you when you wake, when you eat, when you watch TV, when you sit on the bus, when you wait at an airport, or anywhere where you are on your own with time to step inside yourself.

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Why I believe meditation is a Jedi power and how you can develop this mastery.

Why I believe meditation is a Jedi power and how you can develop this mastery.

The most important thing to realise on the path to developing a solid meditation practice is the need to start small. Bank a few minutes each day and build from there. Now, some days I can meditate for hours, but most days I meditate for one hour. However when I started, it was only five minutes every day. Do not try and create a practice that is not sustainable in the context of your attention span, family commitments or your historical habits in respect to your staying power.

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