We all as individuals deal with a crisis in our own way. Given social distancing requirements enacted (to minimise the risk of spreading COVID-19), there is even greater need in which to work out how as individuals we intend to manage ourselves with the challenges presented. With many individuals working from home, social isolation is..
“Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear – not absence of fear.” – Mark Twain. With a climate of political and economic uncertainty there appears to be a widespread feeling of fear dominating the mindset of most people. The mainstream media further fans these fears, and seek to hook people in to the drama of..
In coaching others I often work in the realm of acceptance to identify their vision and reach their goals. I am in Shillong, a hill-station in the foothills of the Himalayas in Meghalaya, India. It’s freezing. We’ve just hauled our 23month old and 3.5yr old boys through Thailand, Nepal and now across India and they’re..
On the 26th December 2004 following a night receiving the most loving and honouring marriage proposal, I was on the road with Dave to the Woodford festival when we turned on the radio and began to hear of the numbers in droves of deaths from the Tsunami. I had never felt so blessed or such..
– The Darkside of the Honeymoon In this next part of our honeymoon we venture into Kathmandu. Staying with the theme of ‘love and other catastrophes’ we journey from the tsunami affected area of Thailand to the recent earthquake affected area of Nepal. It was while dancing in a club in Kathmandu, listening to a..
In this next part of our honeymoon we venture into India and find some valuable experiences with friends and family. Coming into the Christmas period and being present in India holds some interesting themes. Given I proposed to Monique on xmas eve eleven years ago, and we spent our first honeymoon in India at that..