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What are you proud of today?

What are you proud of today?

“We see the world, not as it is, but as we are – or, as we are conditioned to see it.” Stephen R. Covey The impetus for this week’s blog post and podcast was in part inspired by a conversation between the two of us. We’d been to see a couple of films and Julian […]

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How to free up your time and energy with Rob Cubbon

How to free up your time and energy with Rob Cubbon

I just don’t have the time If you find yourself complaining you don’t have time to do what want because you’re too busy, here’s 12 suggestions of how to free up your time and energy. They come from our guest on episode 72 of the Changeability Podcast, Rob Cubbon, who shares interesting insights into the […]

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37 ways to deal with criticism

37 ways to deal with criticism

“When you are not attached to praise or criticism an interesting freedom is yours.” Kute Blackson We all find ourselves subject to criticism – not least from ourselves, but also from others. And we don’t like it. It makes us feel horrible – hurt, rejected, guilty, fearful, let down, misunderstood, angry, humiliated, insecure, embarrassed or […]

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Criticism and why we don't like it

Criticism and why we don’t like it

“Criticism is something you can easily avoid by saying nothing, doing nothing, and being nothing.” ~Aristotle If you don’t want to be criticised – don’t do anything .Although you’ll probably then be criticised for not doing anything, or for doing nothing – if that’s actually possible. The meaning behind it is clear – the more […]

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Paying attention to the feelings of others

Paying attention to the feelings of others

‘A gentleman is one who never hurts anyone’s feelings unintentionally’   Oscar Wilde We are emotional beings with feelings, and together with our thoughts (which are intricately linked to our emotions and feelings) is what make us us. But our own feelings don’t exist in isolation. We are after all social beings and exist in groups, […]

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Setting feelings goals

Setting feelings goals

“Don’t allow your mind to tell your heart what to do. The mind gives up easily.” – Paulo Coelho For many of us, our behaviours are often influenced by our childhood and underpinning those behaviours can often be a feeling of needing to be loved.  The manifestation of that particular ‘feeling’ may well take the […]

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5 ways of dealing with feelings

5 ways of dealing with feelings

“Feelings, nothing more than feelings” – Morris Albert It’s been a week where I’ve had to deal with “nothing more than feelings” in a very public way, speaking as I have at my father’s funeral. An event of this magnitude can bring up many feelings and I think it would be fair to say I’ve […]

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Feelings

Feelings

“I pay no attention whatever to anybody’s praise or blame. I simply follow my own feelings.” Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Having recently talked about the ups and downs of life and a week when we experienced what might be called extremes of feeling, this week we put feelings in the spotlight. How are you feeling right […]

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Exploring creativity with Luke Strickland

CA065: Exploring creativity with Luke Strickland

“I really want to help people to be the best expression of who they’re made to be. And often I think we need people to call that out of us” ― Luke Strickland Our guest this week is Luke Strickland of The Potting Shed Podcast who joined us in the studio to help us with exploring creativity. […]

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The ups and downs of life and 20 ways to cope

“Life has its ups and downs. When you are up, enjoy the scenery. When you are down, touch the soul of your being and feel the beauty.” ― Debasish Mridha This week we’re talking about the ups and downs of life and how we react and deal or cope with them. True to say partly spurred on […]

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