Thursday 22 February 2018


Grief is one of those emotions many of us have felt.

We are all human, we all can suffer loss.  There are two types of grief, the grief of losing a person to death, and then there is the other type of grief. Grief over something that has been lost, for example, the loss of your job, status, relationship, opportunity, living through a situation that robs you of a normal life like abuse, accidents, losing limbs, being in foster care and many more situations.

When someone dies, there is an obvious event that causes sadness and someone passes. There are ceremonies performed to acknowledge the grief, it is very open grief.

Then there is other grief, this isn't always noticed by others, you might not get a promotion you have worked at for years, you might have lost a relationship, had a break up with a friend, fallen ill and missed out on things you wanted to do, might be forced to live somewhere you don't want too, lost a limb due to illness or accident. Some of these things can happen to us but others don't always recognise the impact that that incident has on you and the grief that you might feel, the feeling of being ripped off about a situation.

Grief is grief and it needs to run its course, but first needs to be recognised especially the second type of grief. There are stages of grief and each person experiences those stages differently.

Make sure you have someone around you that will listen to you, have a support team and know that in time you will move past the initial shock around grief. Be kind to yourself. Ask for help if you need it. Sometimes people aren't aware of how something might be affecting you.

On the other side, maybe someone you know might be suffering quietly of grief. Maybe they might just need you to check in with them and see if they are alright and if you can help in any way.

Thursday 15 February 2018

Do you want to be a life coach?

Have you ever thought about becoming a life coach?

Chances are if you are on this website the thought might have crossed your mind?

What do you think it takes to be a great life coach? What attributes do you need to have?

How would you structure your life coaching business?

Would you have an area of expertise?

What passion do you bring to coaching?

These questions and more will be answered in our new online course being released very soon.


 This is my office today, a gorgeous macadamia nut farm.  Where would you like your office to be?

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Tuesday 13 February 2018

Random Kindness

Often we are so busy in our worlds, that we don't have much time to look around and notice what is going on for someone else.

We can sit in our model of the world and believe that everyone shares the same model. Unfortunately, there are people who live in a very uncomfortable world, they may have grief, fear, poverty, addictions, health issues, just to name a few.

Sometimes it is nice to come out of our world and start noticing what is going on around us. It won't take you long to realise that there is someone around you with a lot less and may be suffering.

Imagine offering a small amount of kindness to that person.

To be significant doesn't mean it needs to be big.

It could be helping someone carry their shopping to their car, a genuine smile, shouting someone a coffee.

Imagine then that you have done some small act for someone, just something to brighten their day.

Imagine their response, their joy that someone has noticed them struggling, imagine them being grateful.

And imagine how that would make you feel?

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Fun, Fun, Fun

So what do you do for fun?

Maybe you don't have time for anything fun, maybe you are caught up "doing life".

Maybe it is time to factor in some fun time.

Doing something fun lets us enjoy life in the moment, it allows us to laugh, to be silly, to get off the rollercoaster of life and let up for a bit.

We all have issues and things we need to deal with, they might be past issues, they might be present issues and they might be a mix of both, but it can become really tiring to constantly keep on plodding. To be able to factor in something you think is fun allows you to relax, unwind and maybe for a little while not take yourself and life so seriously.  There are many things to be serious about, but we also need to give ourselves a break at times and just laugh and enjoy the moment.

What fun thing could you be doing today?

Life is too short to be serious all the time :-)

Kim and team

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Friday 9 February 2018

Dream it

What are your dreams for your life?

Do your dreams seem achievable or do they seem to big?

Are you someone who can pat yourself on the back or are you your worse critic?

What does your belief system think about your dreams?  Will it compromise you or support you?

These are some really important questions to ponder when setting goals.

What is it you want to achieve?  Have a look around, has anyone else achieved it? If so, find out more information about how they achieved it?  If no one else around seems to be doing what you want to do, you might be the first, you might be the leader, the pioneer. Don't be afraid !!

Your dream might seem impossible, but in small steps, it might seem achievable.

Look around, watch others that succeed, do they have certain strategies, ask them, they might be happy to share their wisdom.

Build yourself a support team, have like-minded people around you that will empower you.

Above all, step up, take some action

Kim and Team

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