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Have you Uncovered, Unlocked and Unleashed The Wealthy You?

February 24, 2017 | Dianna Jacobsen

In one of my blogs last year I put to you the personal quest of uncovering, unlocking and unleashing ‘the wealthy you’, in all facets of life: financial, health, relationships, freedom, choices, empowerment….   So how is that quest going for you? Have you designed and discovered who you’d ideally like to be? Have you […]



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 […]



No Need To Dread Christmas

December 8, 2016 | Sue Lester

If you’re not feeling the Christmas spirit, it’s OK, and you are perfectly normal!  The imagery we see in Australia of what Christmas ‘should’ be is based on the American commercial ideal, and bears very little connection to reality.  (Especially the snowy bit!) Unfortunately, many see the huge gap between the glossy imagery of blithely […]



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 Tenth Secret to Success & Inner Peace: Wisdom is Avoiding All Thoughts That Weaken You

October 7, 2016 | Dianna Jacobsen

As we round off our series of The Ten Secrets to Success and Inner Peace, by the late Dr Wayne Dyer, let’s look at one that is probably the easiest to do, in theory, yet quite difficult to do, in practice…. But be assured, this gets easier with time and practice, so please be patient! […]



The First Step Is the Hardest

September 29, 2016 | David Solomon

So what is it and why is it so hard? In this post I am talking about health and fitness, but really this is a metaphor for life. When I started on my weight loss journey it seemed impossible to me. I had an imperative but it was also a big and audacious goal. I […]



Gen Y Work Perspective: Why Is a Work-life Balance Needed?

September 26, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

The idea of a balance between work and life has become almost foreign in the 21st century. With technology’s ubiquity, constantly tackling work requests online and over the phone has become commonplace for a portion of the population even when they are vacationing. For others, their social and personal lives have a much more prominent […]



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 […]



Managing Conflict in the Workplace: How Women Do It?

August 29, 2016 | Fonthip Ward

Workplaces are becoming increasingly more fast-pasted and globalized, which increases the opportunities for professional development, but also increases the likelihood that conflicts will occur within the workplace. Conflicts are difficult challenges women face in the workplace because of how men and women approach conflict situations. But there are constructive ways that conflict can be managed […]



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

August 15, 2016 | Jo Cordell-Cooper

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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 […]