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Stretch Your Way to Productivity

April 27, 2017 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

If you have busy times at the desk where you are super focused and industrious you are probably not paying too much attention to your posture.  Typically when we are in the highly productive work mode we adapt a posture of slightly sitting forward, perhaps rounding over the keyboard, chin jutting slightly forward.  However, with […]



How the Patient Speak Up

April 3, 2017 | Kylie Warry

In our recent  post, we discussed the importance of being able to speak up.  In my Communication DNA model I teach of the 4 communication DNA styles.  The Powerful, Playful, Patient and Perfectionist.  In today’s post I will outline how the Patient Communication DNA style deals with the idea of speaking up.  Their struggle is different to the Powerful, Playful […]



How Can You #BeBoldForChange When It Doesn’t Feel Right?

March 10, 2017 | Sue Lester

#BeBoldForChange is the 2017 International Women’s Day (and beyond) theme, but how do you step up and take bold action for change, if you don’t feel bold inside? That internal fear and self-doubt keep many women locked into dead-end jobs, toxic or limp relationships and negativity. A definition of courage is to feel the fear […]



Want Your Business to Thrive? Rediscover Your Spirit of Adventure.

February 21, 2017 | Sue Lester

You may be thinking, “I don’t have TIME for adventure! Who’ll do all the work while I swan off to the Himalayas?”  Or perhaps even the mere idea of “adventure” is exhausting?  The thing is, adventure comes in many forms, and it’s exactly what you need to get over the relentless grind and stress. The […]



How To Switch Your Mind Off For A Good Night’s Sleep

January 30, 2017 | Sue Lester

If you find yourself suddenly wide awake with your head churning when you go to bed, or perhaps are so tired you drop off to sleep quickly, but awaken in the early hours with your head buzzing, this is for you.  Parents, this can help your kids sleep well and wake refreshed for the day.  […]



At last, The Secret to Healthy Eating is Revealed

November 14, 2016 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

Are you confused about food and what to eat, when to eat and what not to eat?  As a Fitness Professional I get confused by the large amounts of conflicting evidences around nutrition.  My recent visit to FILEX National Fitness Convention in Melbourne clarified some issues for me and reinforced some important truths. 1) beautiful […]



Are You Missing in Action?

October 17, 2016 | Sue Lester

Have you gone missing in action?  Yes, you’re physically still present, rushing here and there, juggling home and work commitments.  Your family, staff and clients can see your body, but where are you? The real you, inside, the you that was always fun, with a taste for adventure in life – do you even remember […]



The 9th Secret To Success and Inner Peace: Treasure Your Divinity

September 20, 2016 | Dianna Jacobsen

As we continue to work through the late, great Dr Wayne Dyer’s 10 Secrets to Success and Inner Peace, we now come to the 9th Secret: to Treasure Your Divinity. To recognise and acknowledge your own uniqueness, your own true specialness. Do you notice the people walking down the street, particularly the younger people?  That […]



Why Does a Personal Trainer Have a Personal Trainer? (and why you should too)

August 15, 2016 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

c couple jogging together

One thing that has always perplexed my husband is my decision to have a personal trainer.  You see I am a personal trainer.  I work out of a gym and I also have a garage full of gear.  I have the expertise to write myself a program.   I decided to get a PT when I […]



Suffocating Under It All? It’s Time To Start Breathing Again.

June 20, 2016 | Sue Lester

Do you feel like you’re suffocating under all the To Dos?  Perhaps you’re exhausted and frustrated from repeating yourself until you’re blue in the face?  Does it feel a long time since you’ve come up for air?  Our language reflects what is happening at that deeper, unconscious level, in this case your autonomic system which […]