Showing posts from November, 2016

4 Ways to be More Resourceful

"The defining factor is never resources, it's resourcefulness" – Tony Robbins The word resourcefulness has taken residence in my mind the last while so naturally it's time to give it its its own blog post to see what can be learnt about it. A resource is defined as: "A stock or supply of money, materials, staff, and other assets that can be drawn on by a person or organisation in order to function effectively" My dream for this blog is for it to be a resource. The answers, explorations and suggestions are the asset and the goal is that it enables us to function more effectively in our lives. But that can't happen if it's just passively perused, if we don't engage resourcefulness, then it essentially just remains as an online diary of the stuff that runs through my mind. Which is grand to some degree, but not the real purpose here. With #daretodoit underway, there wasn't a new blog post last week because I've been putting more v

What can we Dare to Do?

~ Wish it, dream it, do it  ~ Just over a week ago today, our dedication to 'doing' began over on Instagram  in the form of the hashtag #daretodoit  Though, as with anything new, we might be finding now that the initial enthusiasm, intentions and ideas have piled up higher than the foundation of action managed to kick in to support their suggestions.  As they come crashing down, maybe we've found ourselves a bit bewildered about why ' doing ' stuff ever seemed like such an inviting idea before. All the words made so much sense, the concept was captivating yet for some reason, it hasn't quite kicked off in our day to day.  This happens. We get motivated, we get excited and we think about the lavish list of possibilities pouring into our lives. We might even get as far as making plans and visualising everything we're going to do and how lovely it will be. But then, there comes the disappointing descent into ... nothing .  Unfortunately, the f