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Do More By Doing Less

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Do More By Doing Less

You will be familiar with the old adage that less is more, and this is true from how we dress, eat, act and how we achieve…there is food for thought now!  But it has been confirmed by many entrepreneurs and gurus in the health field that doing too much is not good for you.  How true it is when you evaluate multi-tasking and the results you gain from it.  Too many juggling balls, over extending ourselves and then feeling exhausted and emotionally drained.

We start with de-cluttering our lives to achieve mental clarity and to physically tidy up our drawers, cupboards, storage etc. When we create space in our environment by clearing out and organising we are making way for a fresh new start, we can re-invent ourselves and our surroundings and start with a clean approach.  Remember Quality over quantity!

Review your commitments on a daily basis, what do you actually have time for, what could be automated via a process (either hiring help or using technology to simplify your life). Working longer, harder and more hands on does not equal success nor does it guarantee you anything. Thus a structured and well thought out planned schedule is what is needed here.  What you do undertake and complete each day is the target and goal accomplishment that will get you further.

Select carefully each day what projects you will be giving your focus to.  Once these are complete and handed over or ‘put to bed’ it is then time to look at the next items on the list.  It is all about prioritising.  There is no point in dabbling in a little bit of everything, each task needs to be finished to the highest standard.  Jack of all trades is an advantage but not if it is accompanied by the tagline master of none.

Meaningful relationships is where it is at.  There is no point in having an endless address book crammed full of contacts in your personal life, we need those characters around us who are our ‘4am calls’ you know the kind of people we can rely on through good and bad.  Some friendships are cultivated later in life, others are there for a reason or a season.  Know your closest nearest and dearest and strike the rest.  It may all change again, but that is the beauty of living.

Less stress will be evident in this way and by saying less yes you will do so much more.  Do not allow heavy expectations to be placed upon you it is simply a burden and will prevent you from achieving.



And Now For Something Spiritual! Many Lives Many Masters…

brian weiss







And Now For Something Spiritual! Many Lives Many Masters…

I was introduced to this book about two years ago and started to read it when boarding an aeroplane.  After a couple of pages I was absolutely gripped and stayed up for the next 10 hours just so I could finish it.

It is a startling revelation into our co-existence and entanglement with other lives…

As a traditional psychotherapist, Dr. Brian Weiss was astonished and skeptical when one of his patients began recalling past-life traumas that seemed to hold the key to her recurring nightmares and anxiety attacks. His skepticism was eroded, however, when she began to channel messages from the “space between lives,” which contained remarkable revelations about Dr. Weiss’ family and his dead son. Using past-life therapy, he was able to cure the patient and embark on a new, more meaningful phase of his own career.

A fast paced and brilliant journey.

Dr Brian Weiss




I will admit it; I have a thing for autobiographies. YES, I know it’s because I’m nosey. So I have to recommend to you CAROLE WHITE: HAVE I SAID TOO MUCH?

Unless you watched the Channel 4 fly on the wall series “The Model Agency” or you’re in the business, you may not know Carole’s name. But I can guarantee that you know her work. Carole co-founded Premier Agency which shaped the careers of the most superlative names ever to grace a catwalk and was at the centre of the ’90s supermodel storm in all its glory, drama and excess.

The book covers her extraordinary life, from her childhood in colonial Ghana, her rebellious teenage years and own modelling career, to spending thirty years at the helm of her iconic London agency.

Have I Said Too Much? is the frank and revealing story of the grande dame of modelling, as well as an exclusive insight into this thrilling, glamorous and chaotic industry.

Have I Said Too Much? My Life In And Out of the Model Agency, published by Century and is £8.99