Monthly Archives: December 2011

Listening to The Future You

When you have to make a difficult decision (Shall I eat another chocolate almond? Shall I buy the $15 wine or the $50? Should I apply for that job?) considering how you would view that decision in 10 years time … Continue reading

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Vital Christmas

I know there are many people out there who don’t look forward to Christmas. Even though I generally love Christmas, I still sometimes feel dread at the thought of it. There’s a kind of pressure for it to be perfect … Continue reading

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Goals, Values and Jonny Wilkinson

Jonny Wilkinson – a rugby player – is retiring.  I know this may not immediately interest many readers here, but to me he was an amazing and complex character, whose story has relevance for all of us. Wilkinson was such … Continue reading

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What Kind of Life Purpose Leads to Meaning in Life?

Steve Jobs once said that Apple’s mission was to ‘dent the universe’.  That is, he was driven to make a difference in the world above and beyond profit. Yet other people – can’t think who – seem to have far … Continue reading

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