Mind Coach News
Cultural history tells us that masculine men covet feminine women. New research is out disputes this historical thinking.
An internationally acclaimed spiritual author says her new book aims to help Kiwi women combat the pressure of living up to expectations set by celebrities like Beyonce, Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie.
An award-winning spiritual author warns that idolised celebrities who seem to effortlessly juggle multi-million dollar careers with kids, husbands and travel, all while looking fabulous, are posing a damaging threat on Kiwi women’s wellbeing.
Janice Davies ebook The Success Attitude - Haunting Messages Guiding Us, is entered in the Inspirational/Visionary category. With over 250 entries from around the globe, this is the second year Dan Poynter, an American speaker and writer has organised the global awards. 'It's a buzz,' says Janice. 'I have been told my memoir is a follow up to Eat Pray Love. It's a more realistic journey for women who have families and budgets and unable to pack up and travel the world.'
Sometimes, fear and anxiety can get the best of us in sports. The key is to know how to manage that fear and anxiety. As a result, here is a brief list of techniques that an athlete can use to help manage their fears and every day anxieties.
How often the tall poppy raises its ugly head. Let's face it, knockers have low self esteem. They love failure and hate success. They are too lazy to raise their own game and achieve more in their life instead they wallow in trying to bring others down to their level of thinking.
Research indicates and attitude specialist Janice Davies passionately believes that low self-esteem is a key contributor to many of our social and educational problems. Additionally in the present climate people are still experiencing additional challenges with the economy and health threats.
Michael J Fox didn't finish high school, but he has gone on to receive honorary degrees from several universities and has achieved the highest accolades for his acting, as well as his writing.
Drama Queens, Raging Bulls, Submissive Spaniels, Petty Pickers - What Are They and Which One Are You?
The impact of personality in communication cannot be ignored.
“Some people dream of success whilst other wake up and work hard at it”.
In my previous newsletter I spoke about understanding The Power of You. The next step in developing your most successful path forward is to understand the power of your associations with others and to recognize the cost of bad ones.
I was fortunate to attend a national speakers conference in Sydney a few months back and as with all such conferences there was a lot new information, old information, old information presented in new ways etc etc, but lots to think about either way and an awesome experience of excellent people and excellent food. I am still convinced that the air in the hotel cupboards shrunk all my clothes.
This phrase is not my own but was suggested to me as a description of my own feelings when I reached a crossroads a few weeks back. It fit perfectly. I have never been one to follow and am usually at my most fulfilled when blazing a new trail. However, this modus operandi has its drawbacks and one of them is sometimes finding oneself flat on one’s face (in a cow pat) and wondering how one got there.
From the time when Nelson Mandela was freed in 1990 until the 2009 elections, much has happened in South Africa to the perception of freedom promised and longed for during the turbulent days of the 1970s and 1980s. Few of us can imagine what it must be like to find that freedom has become so fraught with danger that the only option left open is to leave your homeland and seek a new life on the other side of the world.
A guide to help negotiate the difficulties of teenage years from experienced agony aunt, Anita Naik.
One woman’s true life tale of beating the bottle and living to laugh about it.
Nominations are being sought from around the country for the first ever Kiwibank New Zealander of the Year, an award recognising the best that our country has to offer.
There are many people in sport, and in particular endurance sports like triathlon and multisport, who you could define as perfectionists. Perhaps you would even consider yourself to be a perfectionist?
When wanting to perform at your best, having a good imagination can be a great ally. And the good news is that you can develop a good imagination with some practice and diligence.
Sort out the 'big stuff' and your weight will take care of itself argues clinical psychologist Karen Nimmo. Looking beyond diets and the gym, Karen's approach considers you, the person. Put simply, you're a person with a bum attached - not the other way round.