Monthly Archives: July 2013

Warning: You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

The problem is you don’t know what you don’t know. I spent a number of years in the military and we used the saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know” always to remind us that there were things about the situation which we didn’t know. Really though, this has a much deeper meaning. r

The Twenty-Somethings Guide To Embracing Change, Running And The Quest Of Life.

I want to know; have you been embracing change and what moment in your life made it happen? Let me know in the comments below. r

4 Steps to Building Greater Resilience

I’ve been lucky enough to have support from friends, and therapy was also invaluable, but what ultimately helped me through the tougher times was resilience. r

Can Taking Risks Improve Your Self-Esteem?

Too many people suffer from low self-esteem. However, there are a lot of great ways you can improve your self-esteem. Did you know that if you take risks, your self-confidence and self-image will get a significant boost? r

Forgiveness Brings Healing

There once was a man who lived in a tiny village and who was easily offended. If someone forgot it was his birthday or didn’t compliment him on his new haircut, he would hold a grudge against the offender. This … r

Why Knowing Yourself Is Everything and How To Do It

If your understanding of yourself is not strong, you are doomed to interact far less effectively with family, friends and colleagues.

And yet, to see within oneself is one of the greater challenges in life. So, how might you see yourself as others do? r