Monthly Archives: August 2014

Day Dreaming without a safety net

Still with the focus on the future consider how you might live in the future in a positive way. Most people day dream. What kind of day dreams do you have? For some it is about winning the lottery, meeting … Continue reading

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Breaking habitual patterns of thinking

Last week I talked about how some of us have the habit of catastrophizing future experience and how I had noticed this pattern in myself. So what have I been doing about it? The first step in all personal development … Continue reading

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When thoughts of the future lead to despair

My title this week is a little dramatic and yet feels fitting. This week we lost a wonderful man, Robin Williams. He added so much to the world publically and from what I’m reading privately too. Who really knows what … Continue reading

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Back to the Future! What you focus on is what you get!

Finally I am ready to start writing about looking to the future. To start with I want to pose a few questions for this week:     When you think about the future, how do you think about it? Are … Continue reading

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Listening to your body in the “now”

I was going to move on and start talking about thinking about our future selves however this week I have been finding some things out that I thought would be worth sharing. If you follow this blog regularly you will … Continue reading

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