Finding your thing

Many of us go through life feeling we have much to offer but we somehow miss the mark. Our brilliance is not appreciated – our just rewards don’t seem to come our way. Lucy Whittington has found her ‘thing’ and that’s to help others find...

Learning-based goal setting

Listen to this Moments of Light interview with Jackie Walker to find out why target-based goal setting is past its sell-by-date. – Have you set goals in the past that didn’t come to pass? – Are you still struggling despite having set the best...

Which side are you on?

One of the most amazing feats we can perform is to consciously control which parts of our brain we are using. Once mastered, you can then put this under ‘unconscious control’ and increase your creativity several fold. A good example of this is when you...

Food for Thought

Research has shown that there is a connection between what we eat and how we feel. The biochemical basis of this food-mood link lies in the chemical messengers, called neurotransmitters, that relay thoughts and actions along the neural pathways of the brain. As food...

Mapping your Mind

Mind Maps are useful and elegantly simple devices. In essence, Mind Maps are simple drawings or sketches of associations you hold between things in your mind. They normally start with a central topic, either in words or even better if expressed as an image. You then...