• Setting goals

    by  • March 1, 2011

    The process of setting goals and evaluating the progress we make against them helps us to direct our energies to goal achievement, work through setbacks when they arise and develop creative ways of changing our behaviour. To be effective our goals need to be specific, measurable and have time targets. When I decided to...

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    The concept of flow

    by  • February 22, 2011

    The most exciting life-enhancing idea I’ve come across in recent years is Csikszentmihalyi’s concept of flow. It made such an impression of me that I quickly learnt to understand what flow is and how it works and having identified activities that potentially could create flow for me I began to transform my lifestyle.  How...

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    Your most important values

    by  • February 15, 2011

    Identifying your five or six most important values can provide helpful insights into your motives and thinking habits.  Your values are deeply held beliefs that reflect the key priorities and driving forces that determine how you think and act both strategically and spontaneously.  Because you use them as guiding principals to make decisions and...

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    Three things that give you flow

    by  • February 8, 2011

    This analyitical exercise requires you to answer the question: “What are the three things I must do everyday to experience flow and feel fiulfilled in my life?”  I decided to use the list of “ten things I like to do” from last weeks exercise as a starting point.  This list of ten things was:...

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