At the Intersection of Self-Reflection Self-Questions Self-Feedback and Self-Awareness

Start with who you are. With what you have. With where you are. You will find you have a lot to support you to do what you want to do next

The Connection Between Happiness and Mental Wellbeing at The Intersection of Laughter

Some people are just naturally funny. They may have a way with words, or they may have a wacky way of looking at the world. Befriend them. 

Your Truth Is You Will Find Your Way

You’ve Done It Before. You Will Do It Again A Case Study: Susie’s Story: “We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done.” Longfellow Susie had self-published her first book. It was a collection of simple life stories that she hoped readers would findContinue reading “Your Truth Is You Will Find Your Way”

Walter’s Truth Was That He Was Good Enough 

But It Took the Words: “No, You Can’t Do That.” For Him to Realise It A Case Study: Walter’s Story: Walter was an IT technician by day. He helped out on a comic book subscription service by night – a side hustle support role he had accidentally landed himself. Walter had been recommended to ClarissaContinue reading “Walter’s Truth Was That He Was Good Enough “

How To Overcome Self-Sabotage

“It’s good to be confident but not so confident you always think you’re right — that’s arrogance; it’s good to be humble, but it’s not good to be so humble that you’re discrediting yourself — that’s insecurity.” Anon Self-sabotage is the action or inaction we take to get in our own way, stopping ourselves from achieving our own best intentionsContinue reading “How To Overcome Self-Sabotage”