Amanda Fleming, a Personal Development Professional from New Zealand, recently posted a couple of questions on a Linked In Forum : As a species are we growing more courageous or less? What does everyday human courage look like going forward into the 21st century? The first reply came from someone suggesting that “we, in the West, have … Continue reading What IS Courage in the 21st Century? Perhaps it’s the Courage to Create Our Best Life – for Ourselves, Our Children & Our Children’s Children
I’ve been a miserable little sh**e lately. For the last 5 or 6 years I’ve been learning more and more and applying this knowledge to positively impact people’s lives across the globe. So much so that I can honestly say I’ve had a significant impact on the way many, many people live their lives, or … Continue reading IS IT TIME TO “GET HAPPY”?
I often speak (or more accurately write) directly to the reader. However today I was sharing something with a group on Linked In and I though “what the heck” it could be fun just to use it as it is for the blog. But just before I share it with you I should let you … Continue reading Sitting in a Cafe Andy ponders the sadness of the Sea God
Someone posted a question about our ability to make free choices and “freewill” on a Leadership Forum on Linked In which got me thinking. Is freewill an illusion? And if so when do we have it? This is something we will look at again in the future but let’s have a look at some interesting ideas … Continue reading An answer to a question about Freewill, Success and Psychopaths
In my first book I wrote about the need to find and live a “Higher Purpose” and in the years since I have come to realise that it is only when we apply a sense of perspective to our whole lives that we can begin to get clarity on what that Higher Purpose might be. Continue reading Who are we really?
Over the years I have had some amazing experiences, solar eclipses in the Himalayas, Cheetah kills in East Africa, adventures Ernest Hemingway would have been proud to write about and moments that would have turned James Bond’s hair grey (yes I have jumped off a mountain without a parachute) … but what I find really … Continue reading Am I really the only one that asks “what IS the meaning of my life”?