Thursday , 19 October 2017


Truthful Baseline

If you don’t know where you are, how can you know where you are going? I began the year 2016 with a focus on fitness, fat loss and learning the truth of performance and progress. Somewhere along the way I forgot (again) the learnings of January/February which was “What gets measured improves” Robin Sharma.  Each day I was running or doing ... Read More »

Do Women Really Need to be Politically Correct in 2016 – By Fiona Lindsay


When I saw the theme for this month on tact, assertiveness, sincerity, faithfulness, discernment and  fidelity – I immediately became excited.  Firstly, I’m probably not the most tactful person around, I am, however, incredibly assertive (which I have had to work on over the years to quieten my aggressiveness), I think I definitely am very sincere, extremely faithful, probably a ... Read More »

Podcast – The Truth of our Body – with Jacqueline Ogilvy


In this edition of Connections & Conversations, THE Rural Woman Founder Rebel Black talks with Jacqueline Ogilvy about Truthfulness and The Truth of our Body. They explore questions including: What does the virtue of truth mean for you? You work as a registered nurse and personal trainer – what truths does this allow you to share and in turn help ... Read More »

The Very Word is The Truth By Louise Plant


Somewhere within our minds we have next week already planned out, even though we may not be conscious of it. As we put our energy into our thoughts, we are putting energy into what our thoughts will manifest and our future. Our words and thoughts help bring our tomorrow closer to us. Our thoughts of today are our actions of ... Read More »

Truthfulness – are you being true to you?  By Jean Sheehan


Have you ever noticed throughout your life that your perceptions, awareness and insights evolve as you get older, your experiences change and you start to see the world from new varied eyes? The fact is, your truth or your reality will change depending on what is happening for you in your life at that moment in time.   . Now does ... Read More »

There Is No Reason


What if things don’t happen for a reason. What if they just happen. We are meaning making creatures, it’s our habit, it’s how we exist in the world. We WANT things happen for a reason because it gives us comfort, especially when things are really, really shit. But. When terrible things happen – and someone says to you ‘everything happens ... Read More »

Look at the Data: Family Farms Have a Problem – By Kim Harland of Insights

Australia’s family farm owners are five times more likely than the average person to still be working over the age of 65, and that could be a problem. Too many family farms are ignoring succession planning and appear unprepared to pass on their business to the next generation.   Without a stronger, more robust, and more human approach to succession ... Read More »

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