Steve Gerein is a musician, entrepreneur, dream follower and co-founder of SongShop dedicated to bringing musicians and songwriters together. He is also a great testament to the benefits of coming to personal development work early in life and the recognition that we are in charge of what we get out of life and how we feel about it.
Welcome to another Sunday reflection. Today’s topic is about excuses or, to be more precise, the lack of. My guest on the next podcast is Steven Gerein. He’s just one of the many amazing young people I am having conversations with. These are people in their 20’s and 30’s who Read more…
Growing up John Kenny had no idea what he wanted to be or do. He wandered from one thing to another until he finally had the wake up call he needed. What he discovered was he had spent his whole life dating his Dad, and ended up marrying his Mum!
Today John is a relationship coach, fusing together his life experience, counselling, coaching and NLP skills to create his own coaching model (IRC) for relationships. He is passionate about this work, it feeds his soul.
This week’s topic, ‘Perks or Purpose?’ is prompted by I post I came across on LinkedIn. It was about companies who are losing staff at an alarming rate. It’s a phenomenon that is being noticed by large organisations across the world. Companies that are employing some of the best in Read more…
At 16 Rich Morley was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, by 30 he was medically retired and living on benefits, today he is fully recovered and supporting others to turn their lives around. How did he do it?
discovering what is possible beyond medical intervention. And it is about harnessing the power of belief to turn your life around.
This shortcast explores the power of belief and offers suggestions for changing our lives through changing our beliefs.
Have you ever had one of those moments when facing reality makes you want to reach for the vodka? If the answer is Yes then you may understand how today’s guest Nate Rifkin felt when a regular morning routine of Energy drinks combined with Vodka was preferable to facing the self hatred, career failure and loneliness of his life. His turning point came whilst practising Taoist meditation whilst standing on a street corner in a silly costume.
My conversation today is about the power of journaling and the importance of approval and validation. As you may already know, I have a morning routine that includes writing. For me, this takes the form of asking questions and seeing what comes back. Recently I have been thinking about the Read more…
My guest on the show today is Wayne Mullins for whom life is about being a better person every day. Our conversation is his journey through transition and recovery and his commitment to living with deep integrity and commitment to personal progression, relationships and creating experiences that lead to having good stories to tell when the journey is over.
The difference we make in the world is often through the little things that are so simple they are easily overlooked or considered irrelevant. I’ve talked about this before, but it’s always worth repeating, especially because a little thing I did three years ago became highly relevant when I bought Read more…
My guest is Peter Elam, a software developer. But you will not hear anything about computers or coding on this show. That is because Peter is also passionate about education reform and creating healthy communities that support people to build a better future, deeper connections and clarity in communication.
How good are you at pretending? The type of Let’s Pretend that children play is a powerful tool we can use in personal development.