Limiting Beliefs: 3 Different Approaches To Tackle Them & Find More Confidence

Something that affects us and can make a huge difference in our everyday lives: The difference between ‘I can’t…‘ and ‘How can I…‘. We’ll explore this in more detail and I’ll give you three different approaches to tackling this particular habit. This will get us thinking a little more positively about how we go about things in our everyday lives (because dealing with Limiting Beliefs is pretty powerful stuff but also pretty easy to start making progress on once we recognise this is what we’re doing). A Quick Story/Example Yesterday I had a chat with my daughter about her maths … Read The Full Article …

The Khan Academy: Learn for Free with High Quality, Well Structured Resources

Humans are amazing learning machines. I’ve probably written that phrase a few too many times, it’s getting a bit repetitive now… …but it’s very true. I have also talked and written a lot about how these days we can learn pretty much anything online and can do things we never could before due to our amazing ability to learn coupled with the availability of resources we have at our disposal if we only knew where to look. We can learn pretty much anything online (for free) these days. 100 Amazing Websites On that last point, I was planning to write … Read The Full Article …

The Jar of Life: How Rocks, Pebbles and Sand Can Help You Take Control of Your Time

It’s very easy to live minute by minute, day by day. But are you doing what you really want to do? You still haven’t started your yoga lessons. You wanted to learn Spanish. You did order the book, opened it once and stopped there. You wanted to volunteer but you never, ever get enough time for you and your family, let alone others… Do you know the story about filling up a jar with rocks (well, big stones), pebbles (small stones) and sand? What do you start with in order to fit them all in? If you start with the … Read The Full Article …

Ignorance & How To Tackle It

A lot of people see ignorance as an insult, a word with negative connotations. I don’t. I see ignorance as something perfectly natural. We are ignorant before we are educated about something. Before knowledge comes ignorance. In other words, the solution to ignorance is fairly simple, it is knowledge usually best achieved via education. The reason I feel this simple truth is worth harping on about is that a lot of problems in life, I believe, are mis-understood as problems when in fact they are just examples of ignorance (which we’ve already established is nothing negative, it’s just a state … Read The Full Article …

Habits: How To Achieve Incredible Things

Has a single thought ever changed your life radically? It happens to me all of the time. All of the time. … and I’m just talking about small changes, but what I’m discovering more and more is that small changes count. Before I go on (well, before you read on), this is a re-posting of something I wrote a few years back on the fascinating subject of Habits. It’s actually one of a few posts I wrote on the subject, this one (which I hope you will continue to read) and the following posts about how we form habits (and … Read The Full Article …

Geo-Arbitrage: Quick and Effective Lifestyle Design

One of my favourite topics but something I often struggle to get across to people. Well, let’s give it a try here. I’d like to explain what it is, why it can be a key tool in finding financial freedom and why I find the concept so interesting. Basically, Geo-Arbitrage is awesome. Like a lot of awesome things, it is stupidly simple and boils down to nothing but good old common sense. Arbitrage First of all, let’s look at arbitrage. Just briefly. Let’s use wikipedia. I quote: “In economics and finance, arbitrage (US: /???rb?tr???/, UK: /???b?tr?d?/, UK: /???b??tr???/) is the … Read The Full Article …