I quite often talk about how a relapse can be an invaluable tool for helping us to quit smoking, get sober, and enjoy long-term freedom from our addictions, but I’ve never really shown you how to do that, have I? Today, I’m changing that by offering you my free Relapse Recovery Plan.
I’m very pleased to be able to offer a limited number of one-to-one Skype sessions for those of you interested in working more closely with me. These one-hour sessions are your chance to ask me questions, learn new techniques, tools and strategies to help you on your journey, or to explore and heal the emotional […]
Last month, I shared my thoughts on The Chimp Paradox, an incredible book that has really done wonders in helping me to stop self-sabotaging behaviour, focus more, and take some big steps towards my goals. If you haven’t already, you can read my Chimp Paradox review here. I finished that review by commenting on how the sheer […]
There’s probably many a good reason that in all my years of blogging, I’ve rarely ever thought to write a book review. [NOTE: This is an archived post from an older blog, originally published on November 12th, 2012] The only reason which springs to mind right now, however, is that -perhaps with the exception of […]
Unlimited Power is the best-selling guide to successful living from life coach, speaker, and all-round superstar Anthony Robbins. In a style that is at once engaging and insightful, Robbins teaches us how to overcome fears and anxieties, unlock our true potential, and live our best life using simple-yet-effective Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques, along with breathing techniques, dietary recommendations, […]
Overcoming Low Self-Esteem by Melanie is an invaluable, practical guide to changing the negative core beliefs we have about ourselves using the practices and techniques of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). There are two reasons why I picked up this book: Despite significantly improving the way I think about myself (and the way these thoughts influence […]
First published back in 2012, The Chimp Paradox by Prof. Steve Peters didn’t come on my radar until late last year, during a conversation with a counsellor about self-sabotage. I had been talking about my uncanny ability to royally f**k things up when things were going well for me. It was always as though some […]
Somebody far wiser than I once claimed that there is nothing to fear but fear itself. [Archived post from an earlier blog, originally published on June 12th, 2013] I would like to propose an amendment to such a statement: There is nothing to fear but fear itself… and everything else in the universe. And […]