Three things we've discovered, with the help of ingenious kids, this week in August.
There is no such thing as a naughty kid if we choose to make a worthwhile investment: in the kid in front of you.
We can all be time stopping, creative, happy and energised people...if we allow ourselves get into Flow.
It isn't enough to know where you want to go. We need to have an idea of how we'll get there. It all starts by working backwards.
We often think about what we need to invest in for success. The trouble is we often miss the greatest opportunity that's all around us.
Sometimes you can succeed before you have seemingly done a thing.
We look up to and admire elite athletes - the best in their chosen sport. What if we could make one upgrade to help us become elite too?
Incredibly brave and amazing people are out there...we just sometimes mix them up with nonsensical idiots at times.
Great leaders and leadership is something we always seem to be talking about right now. But, what kind of leader do we want or need?
Investing in others is a major step to start the change you know is needed... Don't hesitate, just collaborate.
Just when you think you are perfectly primed to deliver the greatest post, life throws a wrench at you.
It's almost too easy for things to be hard. There is often a safety in thinking something is too difficult - if we don't begin to do it, or we don't put ourselves out there again, surely we are more likely to be safe? That's the end game isn't it? To be safe so we …
Recently I've been losing a lot of arguments to 6 year olds. They have amazing ways to summarise, cutting straight to the core of an issue or accepting things as being different, simply because, well they are different. Kids can often see a way to approach a problem we've never even dreamed of. When working with students …
There is something amazing that can happen when you actually listen to people. We're not talking about the usual kind of listening where you are waiting for your chance to add in your two cents, or the kind when you are simply shaking/nodding your head to display mild agreement and let the person feel listened …