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Stop Feeling & Start Doing

I’m not much of a television watcher but last night I was persuaded to watch “The Iron Lady” about Margaret Thatcher. “Dull viewing” many may think while others may feel the need to supress the shudder that rapidly works it’s way down their spine. Whatever you may have thought or think of her now though, […]

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What is Self-Talk?

As you go about your daily life, you constantly think about, interpret and make remarks on the situations you find yourself in. This constant stream is referred to by psychologists as “self-talk”. Your self-talk can be neutral, positive or negative. Neutral – these remarks will be common place and perfectly reasonable, such as “You must […]

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Teaching Kids Problem Solving Life Skills

One of the most important life skills you can teach your children as they wander the lonely road of life, is how to solve life’s little problems on their own. This baby is gonna be used and constantly evolved throughout their lives. It’ll help them figure out what they want or need in life, how […]

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Decision Making without Regrets

There are decisions we all have to make every day. What shall I wear, eat, do today? Shall I apply for this job, stay where I am, ask for more money? Shall I pay this or that bill, move house, have kids, change course at Uni/College? There’s little doubt that some decisions are easier to […]

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10 Life Skills You’ll Need to Succeed

If you want to get ahead in life there are a handful of life skills you’re going to want to make sure you keep in tipity-top condition: A Positive Attitude – if you’ve got this, you’ll find it a whole lot easier to master the rest. Confidence/Courage – believe in yourself and what you want […]

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