4 Things I Learnt This Week: Perception, Getting Curious, Innovation, the True Cost of our Food

Happy Friday! Here are 4 Things I Learnt This Week: Perception: On my @healthywealthyandwiseuk Instagram Stories I do a book quote of the day. This week the quotes centred around perception. Essentially, everything we see in the world is entirely skewed by our conditioning. Nothing is objective. It’s worth bearing in mind that even when we think we’re being objective, we can’t be. As Stephen … Continue reading 4 Things I Learnt This Week: Perception, Getting Curious, Innovation, the True Cost of our Food

5 Things I’ve Learnt This Week: Radical Acceptance, Harvey Weinstein, Morning Practices, Why Knowledge of our Bodies is Power & Self-Publishing

Happy Friday, Here are 5 things I’ve learnt this week.  1. I’m reading Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach. I’ve been meaning to read it for a good while and she had me at hello. It should be called Radical Self Acceptance. If, like me and many others, you’ve suffered from feelings of inadequacy or worthlessness, of the need to prove something, of over-identifying with your … Continue reading 5 Things I’ve Learnt This Week: Radical Acceptance, Harvey Weinstein, Morning Practices, Why Knowledge of our Bodies is Power & Self-Publishing

3 Things I Learnt This Week: Morning Routine, Hormones & Kerry Washington

Happy Friday! Just 3 points this week as I’ve been writing my book all week and have been trying to avoid over-consumption of material!  I’ve made further refinements to my ‘Miracle Morning’ routine. I’ve been reading Robin Sharma’s The 5 AM Club this week. I’m afraid it’s one of the most irritating books I’ve ever read; what should have been a non-fiction, personal development book … Continue reading 3 Things I Learnt This Week: Morning Routine, Hormones & Kerry Washington

4 Things I Learnt This Week: Plants v Meat, The Success Equation & Cholestrol

Happy Saturday! Here are 4 things I learnt this week: 1. This week I’ve been pondering whether to eat only plants … I watched Netflix’s The Game Changers which is about vegan athletes (& produced by a team of BIG names). My reason for watching it was precisely because I am very unconvinced of the nutritional benefits of a vegan diet. Because I tend to … Continue reading 4 Things I Learnt This Week: Plants v Meat, The Success Equation & Cholestrol

4 Things I Learnt This Week: Brute force learning, feeling good, inflammation & nootropics

4 Things I Learnt This Week – 15th October 2019 1. The power of “brute force learning” – I came across this concept from learning & memory coach Jonathan Levi on Hal Elrod’s podcast (I am consuming tons of Hal’s content at the moment including this amazing book, The Miracle Equation: The Two Decisions That Move Your Biggest Goals from Possible, to Probable, to Inevitable: … Continue reading 4 Things I Learnt This Week: Brute force learning, feeling good, inflammation & nootropics

3 Things I Learnt This Week: 18th October 2019

Things I learnt this week: 1. Journaling 2.1 – I wrote a piece recently on journaling after spending several months observing the journaling habits of highly successful people. However, I learnt a lot more yesterday from this wonderful podcast, which is essentially an audio tutorial, from Chip Franks on 10 techniques for effective journaling. I’d come across all of the techniques before, but it was … Continue reading 3 Things I Learnt This Week: 18th October 2019

Why journaling is the secret tool of high achievers and can be the key to creativity, happiness, goal-smashing and general sanity

If meditation is the #1 practice that high achievers seem to have in common, then journaling has got to be #2. I’ve noticed many of the prominent figures I admire talking more and more about their journaling habits, and over time I’ve been paying greater interest to their methods and their tips. Journaling can take many forms and is something you can make your own, … Continue reading Why journaling is the secret tool of high achievers and can be the key to creativity, happiness, goal-smashing and general sanity

5 Things I Learnt This Week – 27th September 2019

Firstly, apologies for the month-long hiatus in these missives. I’ve been on a particularly big learning curve this last month, working through a new module in the practical MBA that is running one’s own company. Unfortunately, this module is: How to Shut Down a Business. We’re a good way through the process and I’m coming up for air again so I thought I’d share this … Continue reading 5 Things I Learnt This Week – 27th September 2019

3 Gifts for Professionals: by Confidence Coach Charlotte Frische of How To Associates

The following is a guest post by Charlotte Frische, an executive coach who focuses on building confidence among City professionals. Charlotte is a dear friend who is also a jaw-droppingly effective coach. I look forward to sharing the incredible progress I’ve made thanks to her coaching, and I will sit down with her soon for a Q&A post. Meanwhile, please enjoy Charlotte’s 3 gifts, and … Continue reading 3 Gifts for Professionals: by Confidence Coach Charlotte Frische of How To Associates

An introduction to the wonder of TRE ® with practitioner Courtney Baxter

I wrote this post in conjunction with my TRE® provider, Courtney Baxter. Courtney holds 1×1 sessions at her home in Esher, Surrey. She was recommended to try TRE® after she and her two young daughters were held up at gunpoint in their car in Johannesburg. She noticed that her younger daughter had ongoing trauma from the event and this trauma was triggered when the car … Continue reading An introduction to the wonder of TRE ® with practitioner Courtney Baxter