how much truth can you accept about yourself?

Do you believe everything that’s said about you? Do you believe everything you’ve said, are saying about yourself? Not knowing who you really are is keeping you stuck. What do I mean? There are many things that have been said to us, about us…stuff we’ve just accepted as truth. Perhaps someone we admired said it,Continue reading “how much truth can you accept about yourself?”

Is your past keeping you stuck?

I recently started a re-read of Napoleon Hill’s ‘Grow Rich with Peace of Mind.’ Marketing genius Dan Kennedy calls this Napoleon Hill’s best book. I understand why Dan would say that this is his best book because of the experience and learning that must have taken place between when ‘Think and Grow Rich’ was firstContinue reading “Is your past keeping you stuck?”

Putting words to what you do

I was reading a report this week by Rachel Allen, owner of Bolt from the Blue Copywriting and I’m so happy that I took the time to read it in its entirety. Rachel shared some truly significant golden nuggets but the two things that impacted me the most sums up the work I do asContinue reading “Putting words to what you do”

Have you become pinned beneath the boulder of your own reputation?

This is not an original thought but then if you read BIG MAGIC by Elizabeth Gilbert you will realize that two or more of us can in fact have the same thought/discovery what scientists call multiple discovery – a term used whenever two or more scientists in different parts of the world come up withContinue reading “Have you become pinned beneath the boulder of your own reputation?”

We need to return to the Age of Exploration

It’s been a tough time for everyone. COVID-19 is the great equalizer. It has brought everyone to their knees and cast a spell of pessimism world-wide. Yet there is always hope, if only we shift our thinking and view life through different lenses. In the world of work, we have no choice other than toContinue reading “We need to return to the Age of Exploration”

the hard work is the shortcut

We look for shortcuts like this all the time: Yet when pursuing mastery it’s often more than four simple steps. For anything I’ve ever had to master it involved: Practice Repetition Revision Iteration More practice Making mistakes Redoing Revising You get the picture. No straight lines. Always a learning curve. Some curves steeper than others.Continue reading “the hard work is the shortcut”

don’t wait…

Many times we remain stuck, mostly because we want guarantees that our next step will bring us exactly what we want. We want control. Ryan Holiday and Stephen Hanselman share: We don’t control many of the things we pursue in life – yet we become angry, sad, hurt, scared or jealous when we don’t getContinue reading “don’t wait…”

We face locust attacks daily

I’m missing out on a lot of news. I am not a newsmonger for starters, but between Donald Trump, Covid-19 and the revelation that underneath the “all ah we is one family” blanket, we as a people in Trinidad & Tobago have a closet full of race hatred, I have completely stopped looking at anyContinue reading “We face locust attacks daily”