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5 Questions to Ask to Increase Your Self-Worth

Pete felt angry.  He’d just been insulted by a friend, someone he valued and trusted.  What was he thinking saying that he thought Pete would not get that promotion?  How dare he?  He obviously didn’t know how good Pete was!  Pete played this insult over in his mind all day at work, all the way… Read more


5 Steps to Finding Your True Courage and Inspiration

I recently saw a story that both filled me with awe and brought me close to tears.  Eight year old Bailey Matthews has cerebral palsy.  This makes what we take as the most basic and unappreciated daily tasks, such as walking and getting dressed, difficult.  Yet despite this disability he has made a joyful habit… Read more


It’s a New Year – Time For a Change Not Resolutions

Trevor is a vivacious, active, funny and intelligent character.  He used to be full of life and his natural exuberance and creativity would add value to a wide range of situations.  Unfortunately, over time these wonderful traits have been slowly squeezed out of him thanks to his job.   I’d like to say Trevor was… Read more


Life Lessons From Sticky Family Situations

I’ve heard that having expectations is the mother of all disappointments and I agree with it, except when they’re not.  A friend of mine, Matt (name has been changed to ensure my safety), recently ran into a sticky situation that we’ve all probably fallen into at least once. Matt was in need of a tradesman… Read more


Throwing Away the Map and Learning to Enjoy the Journey

This is a story of a traveller… A traveller who had travelled the world and wherever he travelled he fared very well, largely because he had his trusty map and his backpack.  His map was very detailed, it showed him where to turn when he came to obstacles and his backpack was fully stocked with… Read more


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