Are you the kind of person that seems to keep attracting damaged or toxic partners? Do your relationships always end up as a dramatic nuisance rather than as a pleasant addition to your life? As a life coach in London, a common problem that coachees come to me with is toxic relationships. Having studied relationships and trauma in great detail, as well as working extensively on my own issues, here is a summary.
When I discovered what these words were, I was blown away, it cured my performance anxiety, and it changed how I do business.
Many of you will be trying to stop a bad habit in 2018. But how do you actually do it? Here's 5 tips to help you.
Will your next relationship be built on sand or concrete? How ready are you for dating? Take the test to find out.
Every cloud has a silver lining. Our attitude can determine if we survive or thrive. Here are six ways anxiety and depression can help you.
Feel nervous around the person you're attracted to? You're probably objectifying them. Here's why this kills attraction.
The LinkedIn Feed is a noisy endless supply of distractions when you're working. Here's how to hide the feed.
Mistakes can be very painful and devastating. How do you forgive yourself when you feel immense shame?
Do you ever feel like arguments go around in circles and never do anything except drain yours and the other person’s energy? I certainly feel like I have to “win” arguments or debates, and this can escalate into conflict and hurt my relationship with that person. So, how do you settle any argument so easily?
I admit that I used to be heavily interested in everything related to pickup. In fact, I was so interested, I got into Daygame, and would sometimes spend up to 12 hours approaching women near Oxford Circus. And I became good at it, sleeping with a new woman regularly and constantly having a handful of women I was “pinging”.
You know that you’re meant to drink eight glasses of water a day, exercise 3-4 times a week, get eight solid hours of sleep, eat a healthy balanced diet, do 15 minutes of meditation a day… and so on. There is more advice and gurus than ever before on well-being, health, and personal development. So, why do you keep sabotaging yourself?
In March earlier this year, following the completion of my company’s latest funding round, I suffered a debilitating mental breakdown which resulted in several trips to A&E and a trauma therapist. However, there is a saying that “a breakdown can be a breakthrough”.
Farewell Sir Paul Judge - Philanthropist and Founder of Cambridge Judge Business School.
Some of you might have seen the invitation I received to go to St. James' Palace from HRH The Duke of York. Here's how it happened...