Thursday , 19 October 2017

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Accountability Linked To Cause & Effect

What a great topic to start the year off. The Macquarie Dictionary says that ‘Accountability’ is being responsible. I am so excited to read that because I think one of my purposes on this planet is to teach people how they can achieve that. I worked on it for years. It’s a tough gig. I believe ‘Accountability’ and ‘Being Responsible’ ... Read More »

Is It Really The Truth?

Truthfulness. This is a fascinating word. From the onset it seems so straight forward. Just tell the truth. Tell what really is going on for you or what really happened to you. The Macquarie Dictionary says that ‘Truthfulness’ is conforming to truth, corresponding with reality, as a representation. It goes on to add that ‘Truth’ is conforming to fact or ... Read More »

Excellence Is Not Perfection


Excellence – what a great topic to discuss. According to the dictionary, excellence is ‘the fact or state of excelling’. In Wikipedia ‘Excellence is a talent or quality which is unusually good and so surpasses ordinary standards. It is also used as a standard of performance’. John Kanary, who worked with Bob Proctor, stated that ‘Excellence is a commitment to completion’. ... Read More »

Can We Be Generous In Our Duty Of Care?


According to Wikipedia, Generosity means: “The art if giving without expecting anything in return. It can relate to money, time, or goods”. Other words implied by generosity include; abundance, plentiful, copious, amplitude, lavishness, infinity or opulence. I learnt through NLP that ‘Giving without expectation is the True art of Giving”. “ Giving with an expectation is Trading”. So in that ... Read More »

Choosing Confidence

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What an interesting topic this is. Why confidence? What does it feel like to be confident? I would imagine this has so many variables. Confidence to one person could be taking their first step while confidence to someone else is flying. When I was a young girl living on an orchard I really wanted to play tennis. Yvonne Goolagong was ... Read More »

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