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5 Tips for Building Resilience

Building Resilience

Tips for Building Resilience

I recently came across an article that talked about some findings the American Psychological Association (APA) made when they asked a group of top psychologists to take a look at the evidence of the features associated with people who have or show great resilience.

Building resilience

Three words you never want to hear


What is it you never want to hear?

“I’ve got cancer”. Three of the most terrifying words a loved one can say to you. 

Building resilience

Busy, Busy, Busy

Busy Battle

Who's busier, surely it's me?

How often have you heard someone tell you they’re too busy to do something recently? Probably a few times at least, I’d guess. It’s become the expected response to the ‘how are you’ question and is in fact a boast, hiding under the guise of a complaint. It’s saying ‘I’m so busy but it’s ok because I’m very important’.


A Kindness Received is Powerful Indeed

Acts of kindness and Positive Psychology

The impact of kindness

I’ve written several blogs about kindness before, mostly about Random Acts of Kindness (RAKs), but it’s only in the last couple of weeks I’ve truly come to realise, from personal experience, just how important and powerful kindnesses can be.


A Wonderful Act of Kindness goes Viral

Todd Bachman Wedding RAK

There’s a story about an act of kindness going viral on social media recently, and it’s one we love so we thought we’d share it with you, just in case you haven’t seen it yet.


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5 Ways you can Achieve Flow 18 April 2018, 00.00 Sharon
5 Ways you can Achieve Flow
Often described as a state of mind in which you can experience total immersion and involvement in what you’re doing, where things happen effortlessly and time disappears, flow is what athletes often call “being in the



Protect. Enable. Strengthen. Flourish. Your business is in their heads.