Making new choices

  My husband John and I have been married for a quarter of a century next April - and this July we celebrated 29 years since our first date; and yes, the time has flown by.  We have grown-up and taken an amazing adventure together (we first met when I was 16 and John 17) [...]

Choose positive language

Create a positive message not a melodrama As I looked at my Facebook timeline today, I was so disappointed to see how many people are posting messages with negative rather than positive language. They include a commonly used sentence on these posts now "I know 99% of you won't re-post this...."  What a strange choice [...]

Choose not to “Try”

  "I'll try" - what do you really mean when you say these words?  "I probably won't"   or "I'm sure I won't be able to"?  That's a choice.  A choice you make regularly and without thinking.  "I'll try to stick to it this time" becomes your mantra and your choice to accept failure, before [...]

Choose to take control

How often do you find yourself lying awake at night, or waking in the early hours, dwelling on something that's worrying you?  Going over and over in your head all the options and possible outcomes, seeing blocks and obstacles in your path.  This is a choice.  The issue may be a very real one, but [...]

Choose not to fall

I loved this video from Daniel Ilabaca speaking about parkour and how it allowed him to see his choices and the power he had to embrace them.  Embracing our choices and taking responsibility for where they can lead us is demonstrated beautifully.  Enjoy.

Choose to play

My morning has been full-on today!  Starting as always with #thebreakfastclub at 6.45am on Twitter which was promptly followed by two client sessions and a trip to the shops before my next client at 11.15.  It could seem overwhelming - but I still choose time for play.  Time to play with a ball (inside today) [...]