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What to do when you’re feeling overwhelmed

01 Sep

Do you ever feel overwhelmed because you have too many things to do? Feeling overwhelmed is physically and mentally draining because we trigger a mind-body reaction called the Stress Response. This can cause a number of different reactions – we can fight the situation, avoid the problem or feel completely paralysed. There’s a little trick […]

How I bounced back from my quarter life crisis

01 Sep

Have you ever had a major turning point in your life? I had a major turning point just before my 30th birthday. The thing with turning points is that you usually don’t see them coming until they hit you in the face. In my late 20’s, I was cruising along thinking that everything was going […]

Are you off chasing rabbits? Here’s how it’s costing you…

01 Sep

So I’m finally back in Sydney after my Thailand travels (actually I also squeezed in another short trip to Queensland, Australia over the weekend!). In my previous email, I promised I’d share some of the insights I picked up at the Thailand Internet Business Workshop. It was an unforgettable trip and I even got interviewed […]

I fired my boss… and it felt GREAT!

14 Aug

So it’s been a little while since I published a blog post. Things have been really hectic over the last few months. Here’s what happened… Almost six weeks ago, I walked out of the Sydney office of my high paying corporate job with a cardboard box in my hands. I headed down to my car […]

Meeting My Mentor, Bob Proctor – Part Two

04 Nov

In Part One of this article series, I introduced a dream I’ve had for eleven years: meeting my ultimate personal development mentor, Bob Proctor. In May 2013, I enrolled into a training program to become a certified facilitator of Bob Proctor & Sandra Gallagher’s Thinking Into Results coaching program. Only a couple of weeks after my […]

Meeting My Mentor, Bob Proctor – Part One

25 Oct

I first came across Bob Proctor eleven years ago after my brother had attended a personal development workshop. He came home with a lot of material and Bob Proctor’s book, You Were Born Rich caught my attention. I ‘borrowed’ the book from my brother (which I still have in my bedside drawer today!) and it took […]