Christmas for many people means STRESS (as we mentioned on the last blog). For most people too, it means letting loose, eating too much and potentially drinking more than you usually would.Read More
When you meet someone who embraces their own spirit and the spirit of others in a loving way it engenders connection; it can be transformational on a physiological level and create change throughout entire communities.Read More
We make a mistake when we trust ourselves to make decisions based upon what we want today. The person who knows what is best for us is not the current version of ourselves but the version of ourselves far into the future.Read More
When most people say they want to be a millionaire, they’re really saying that they want to spend one million dollars. Besides winning the lotto or inheriting money, you’ll learn three key elements used by the most successful people who have ever lived.Read More
Dr. Algoe is associate professor of social psychology at the University of Virginia. Her expertise spans emotions, relationships, and health psychology. Her basic research questions illuminate the social interactions that are at the heart of high-quality relationships.Read More
Let me paint a picture for you. Imagine high school me, shortest kid in my grade (under five feet tall) . . . playing basketball. Yeah, it didn’t go so well. Not a lot of balls were passed to me. But when we’d play soccer, on the other hand . . . I was the star.Read More
Robert Kiyosaki is an entrepreneur and the author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad”, the #1 bestselling personal finance book of all time. In his talk, he discusses the power of financial education and how it relates to income inequality.Read More
The bestselling author of The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F*ck and Get Your Sh*t Together, Sarah Knight, outlines her "NotSorry Method" to stop spending time you don't have doing things you don't want to do in her humorous talk.Read More
How many single leg heel raises can you do?
Herbert-Losier et al (2017) studied over 500 healthy active people and found the following norms for male & female age groups:
Ever experienced butterflies in your stomach before a presentation? A buzz of excitement when thinking about that holiday? The warm fuzzy feeling of spending time with a loved one?
These are just some examples of how emotions are experienced in the body, and how our mind can influence our physical state.Read More
Kids’ teeth today, are much different to our grandparents. A lot has changed in the last 50 years, including the shape of our faces, jaws, mouth, and airways. Think about it… Why is having wisdom teeth, tonsils, and adenoids removed such a common occurrence today? Why didn’t our grandparents and great-grandparents need these surgeries?Read More
How do you turn from one income to two?. Think it’s too late for you to change your direction? Or maybe you’re too apprehensive about jumping into the unknown? Chris and Andrea will break it down on just how Andrea did the jump herself. From making use of your time to start a side-hustle to cutting expenses and making a good budget, there are bite-sized pieces that make the huge life decisions a bit easier to make.Read More
As the global banks converge in the city for SIBOS, one of the sector’s original opinion formers shares his thoughts on the challenges for the established financial order and some advice to help Sydney pull ahead of the pack.Read More
They seem to demonstrate that it is not necessarily about winning, but working together to overcome obstacles. There is deep empathy for each other’s struggles.Read More
This episode features special guest and The Wellness Couch CEO and podcaster himself, Marcus Pearce.
Marcus and I have a great chat about what each of us does in our work, our relationship with our clients and our purpose in life.Read More
It would make sense that to have a sexually fulfilling marriage or ongoing relationship with anyone, sharing fantasies and communicating about sex would be an important part of making things work.Read More
So certainly in some instances, if there’s a joint that is stiff, if there’s a muscle that’s a little bit weak, there can be a feeling of discomfort or pain when we get those things going again, but there are other injuries where the presence of pain is indicating that that structure doesn’t want that activity to occur.Read More
Is there a secret to accomplishing goals? A lot of us think it’s goal setting and creating intentions, which is important to be sure—but if that was the key, everyone would be successful. It has to be something else. That something else is habit.Read More