Goals are for losers

The big issue in setting goals is that we are always failing until we reach the goal. We sometimes never achieve our goals, therefore, we are a constant failure! But wait... isn't failing a good thing?  Aren't goals important to set so we know where we need to go? In fact, I have written about the … Continue reading Goals are for losers

Happiness leads to success- not the other way around

I find that I go through a bit of "slump" every now and then and there seems to be no real reason for it. I used to find that I'd give it some time and eventually I'd snap out of it and crack on doing what I'm doing. Without the English weather and winter blues … Continue reading Happiness leads to success- not the other way around

5 barriers to forming good habits

1. Yoga is for flexible girls I'm not a girl and I have never been flexible. I remember doing the sit and reach test at school and not even getting a score. I found it funny at the time and I remember my PE teacher saying "You're just not flexible, like me". So I believed … Continue reading 5 barriers to forming good habits

3 ways to find happiness in daily life

I am by no means perfect and definitely am not a happy-clappy guy all the time, but I have found certain habits can make me feel happier each day. 1. Be grateful Appreciation is the antidote to feeling sad; it is impossible to feel negative and grateful at the same time. Find three things every day … Continue reading 3 ways to find happiness in daily life

Time

Imagine there is a bank account that credits your account each morning with £86,400. It carries over no balance from day to day. Every evening the bank deletes whatever part of the balance you failed to use during the day. What would you do? Draw out every penny, of course!! Each of us has such … Continue reading Time