Tag: values

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Are you Living a Life of Purpose and Passion

May 23, 2018

In our industry educating, prescribing, and imparting professional knowledge is what we do to promote change and help people to get well. And whilst it is so very important to get the correct information, and the latest research and professional advice, there is still something amiss. Because although we are getting great results with helping people restore their health when they become unwell, we’re often not getting long-term, sustainable results. And this is reflected in our Healt....

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Journey to Change

May 1, 2017

Announcing… Journey to Change Seminar Evenings with Mary & David. Most self-help blogs and books focus on “what’s wrong” with your life and then prescribe a certain “formula” you must follow to right the wrong! There is generally only one way to reach utopia – their way. But because each of us is unique, we have different strengths, different values, different interests and different lifestyles this one-stop prescription sets us up for failure. We prefer to focus on the ....

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Something is Missing! (Part B)

April 3, 2017

In our industry educating, prescribing, and imparting professional knowledge is what we do to promote change and help people to get well. And whilst it is so very important to get the correct information, and the latest research and professional advice, there is still something missing. Because although we are getting great results with helping people restore their health when they become unwell, we’re often not  getting long-term, sustainable results. And this is reflected in our Health s....

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What Does Success Mean For You?

July 13, 2016

Some of you may know that I have just returned from an extended break overseas. And it’s amazing how the complete removal out of your everyday routine can bring a little clarity – it allows you that rare gift of re-evaluating your values and the way you want to live your life. I worry about the current trend of constantly ‘pushing’ ourselves to succeed – to relentlessly stretch our boundaries, our comfort zone and the constant need to strive and reach those ever-accumulating goals. The....

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