Day 2: The 365 Day Writing Challenge – Why Do I Procrastinate? Most proponents and promoters of time management will suggest procrastination is your enemy. Why do we procrastinate? In the moment of making a decision about something, knowing that it’s inherently is good for us, we recoil, sit on the fence. Why is that? The […]
The 365 Day Writing Challenge Begins I’ve set myself a challenge. For the next 365 days I will write and publish every day. It doesn’t matter what it is, it doesn’t matter if it’s shit (let’s hope it’s not shit), it just needs to mean something. Publishing for clicks is meaningless to me and I’ve […]
Young Connor Bryan sat poised on the edge of his bed. His Dad’s wire snips in his right hand, the miniature Child of Prague in his left. He could hear his mother preparing dinner and the high pitched noise of girl talk from his sisters in the kitchen below him. It was Wednesday and the usual […]
Goal setting is very trendy these days. Experts seem to coming out of the woodwork to provide advice to poor little you and me who can’t seem to make a reasonable attempt at life. The internet is full of bullshit advice from people with fuck all life experience and even less ability to frame what they have in an original way that actually could help someone.
The Standard Working Model sucks big time, and I’m gonna tell you why I think so… and hopefully avoid going into a rant. The standard working model is a creation of the industrial revolution where farmers and rural people were convinced by powerful businessmen that moving from the land into a workforce community was a ticket […]
Jason O’Hanlon talks to me about how CrossFit and a Clean Diet paved the way to a quick Recovery From Cancer. In this week’s Episode I get to speak with Jason O’Hanlon about his recovery from an aggressive form of Leukaemia, and how a clean diet and CrossFit prepared him for the biggest personal challenge of his life to date.
The Problem Knowing How much do you think you know, I mean when it comes to right and wrong, or good and bad? Do you really know the difference? Most of us think we do, unfortunately it’s not always accurate. The problem knowing stuff is, even though we’re sure of our position, peremptory even, something else […]
Attachment Theory John Bowlby was a renowned psychologist born to a wealthy upper class family in London 1907. But despite the family wealth, all was not sweet for young John or his siblings. As was customary at that time in upper class British society, the Bowlby children were raised by family help. Young Bowlby had very little […]