Confidence is one of those things that some people just seem to be born with. We all know someone like this; the person who walks into a room, instantly commands the attention of the crowd and nothing seems to faze them. For some of us, though, it can sometimes seem impossible that we could […]
Whenever there’s something I want in my life that I don’t already have, I look at my plans. If I don’t have a plan to make it happen, I know it won’t happen. Today, I want to show you what that means down to the day to day level. I want to show you how to […]
When we’re young, people talk a lot about our potential. Teachers often tell parents their children are not living up to all their potential. They see so much on children and want them to flourish. But as we grow older, we tend to lose this ‘potential’ mind-set. No one encourages us to keep developing. Well, […]
This is another post inspired by the UK Arbonne Advantage Conference (AAC) 2019 in BIrmingham. On the Saturday morning we had Mel Wells (writer of The Goddess Revolution) give a keynote speech on the Shero’s journey. I was going to write a long blog post about this but I feel like Mel explains it soo […]
Aligned hustle is a term that I have recently heard about but apparently it has been around for a couple of years. The current definition of success goes something like this: Hustle or Work hard. Sacrifice. Reach for the top. Push Harder. Don’t slow down. Keep your eye on the prize. Happiness is at the […]
It’s always fun to do something new, but often we fall into the trap of spending our weekends the same way. If you’re stuck in the same old routine, it might be time to try something new.
Have you ever heard that quote before? I have. Many times! Maybe it was said to you as you prepared for an important presentation or project at work. Maybe you’ve imparted this piece of wisdom to a new recruit or colleague. Or maybe you’ve simply read the statement and thought; ‘yes, that’s obvious, it makes
A few years ago I read a book called the Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod. The book talks about starting your morning with six habits or rituals that can help you personally grow.
So I just took a major leap out of my comfort zone… I auditioned for my church’s (Hillsong London) worship team. I would love to tell you that I was amazing and made it onto the team, but that is not the case. In my audition, I got sooo nervous, my heart starting beating so
Introduction Wow. You know those times when you come out of some training, a deep immersive learning experience, and you have had a lightbulb moment? This one was good. I had to write it down. Is our habit and dare I say it – obsession – with being busy a form of sabotage?