While concentrated and focussed practice is a key to success, realising potential is only possible by the use of routine: a sequence of actions regularly followed. Routine is often the hard-working contributor to success that is overlooked.
The reality is that most of us have much to be grateful for. The mere fact that we are conceived and have the opportunity to experience the mystery of life is such a random event of astronomical proportions that gratitude is a very appropriate response!
On reflection I may not have taken enough time to establish for myself an internal basis for pricing my time. What is my internal guiding premise to how I value my efforts? By primarily relying on the market to set value I limit myself, by failing to think more deeply about how I value my chosen vocation and my time.
The Kiwi/Aussie dictum, ‘she’ll be right mate’ is extremely applicable to our approach to men's health. This needs to be replaced by ‘prevention is better than cure.’
Hajime! I watch as he steps forward and can see a look of trepidation in his eyes. When we engage I notice
Singapore’s National Day is like nothing I have ever experienced in any country I have visited or lived in, and I felt very privileged to be witness to such an event.
I attended my first durian party last night. For those less familiar with South East Asia’s ‘King of Fruits’, durian has a distinctive taste and smell (I am putting it mildly).
Quantification of self is certainly not for everybody. I know people that are uncomfortable with the idea. However, for both maximising productivity as well as health, I think there is little downside. This is something that has become a core part of my coaching approach.