Flushing Out The Fallacy of Failure

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Are you tired of failure?  What does failure mean for you?  Maybe failure is not winning your latest competition, or not getting the part you wanted in that last audition.  Perhaps it was not securing enough votes in the last election.  Maybe, given the time of year, failure is not getting the results you neededRead more

The Sweet Spot of Genius

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Do you ever find that just as you find the sweet spot consistently, your coach suggests an improvement elsewhere in your stroke or in your game?  Suddenly that beautiful rhythm that you’ve been admiring is disrupted and the sweet spot is more elusive than the scarlet pimpernel.  In my tennis lesson today we were workingRead more

The Inner Game of Winning – Head or Heart?

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Are you one of life’s winners? Zig Ziglar, renowned salesman, author and motivational speaker, has a great quote about winning…. “You were born to win, but to be a winner, you must plan to win, prepare to win and expect to win”.  I love that quote! It’s fairly common knowledge that when I’m not withRead more

Throwing Shapes – When Words Are Not Enough

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Have you ever had lots of stuff going on in your head, but not quite been able to find the words to explain it to someone else? You know there’s something you’re not happy about, something that needs to change, but you can’t put it into words. That can certainly be true of the limitingRead more

Up Close & Personal With Greatness – Me & The All Blacks

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It was a Saturday afternoon. I had played tennis, enjoyed a little lunch with the girls, and was enjoying that weekend feeling of not having to really be anywhere. It’s a great feeling, isn’t it? Nothing to do, nowhere to be, just mulling over whether to have one last drink or to get on withRead more

Ten Steps to Mindset Mastery – with Walt Disney

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How many times have you heard the phrase “When I put my mind to something….”? Have you ever heard it end in a negative outcome? Me neither. Whenever I hear that phrase, it is pretty much always followed with a story that tells you what the speaker achieved. While people are comfortable to talk aboutRead more

Write off your imposter in 4 steps!

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“How does it feel to be a writer?” was the first question I read when I opened my book today. I have to confess, since starting the 30 day blogging challenge, I haven’t given much thought to feeling or being. I’ve been waaaaay too busy thinking about what and how to write. Let’s think forRead more

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