Some gems washed up and I recommend them to clients and friends.
This book resonated with me so much, it’s one of my favourite philosophies! For the first half it’s not a comfortable read, it’s harrowing as he recounts his experience of living in a prisoner of war camp. The second half is about meaningful work, Frankl helps us understand that finding meaning in our lives can cure a lot of maladies. In current parlance this book is about ‘finding your purpose’ or ‘finding your why’ (– Simon Sinek).
It’s not a long book but probably the book I have highlighted the most.
This is profoundly good! It’s a long video (or Podcast if you prefer) but absolutely worth your time… stick it on when you are next driving somewhere.
Dr. Gabor Maté is a physician who specialises in neurology, psychiatry, and psychology. He has particular interest in childhood development and trauma, and in their potential lifelong impacts on physical and mental health, including on autoimmune disease, cancer, ADHD, addictions and a wide range of other conditions. This is an illuminating piece of communication.
Well this will blow your mind... Have a read and see what you make of it... it's a short read. I particularly love the differences they describe of 'Living from a 3D, 4D or 5D State'. Enjoy!
This is a really good article about timing and the need to a) understand your daily rhythm and b) work with that… in particular in terms of Sleep; Eating and Exercise. Working as a coach and being objective to my clients life it can be really easy to see that they are not getting good quality sleep or are just out of balance. Understanding this can help you find your way back.
Working hard but not improving? You're not alone. Eduardo Briceño reveals a simple way to think about getting better at the things you do, whether that's work, parenting or creative hobbies. And he shares some useful techniques so you can keep learning and always feel like you're moving forward.
In this funny and blunt talk, Larry Smith pulls no punches when he calls out the absurd excuses people invent when they fail to pursue their passions.
Jill Bolte Taylor got a research opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: She had a massive stroke, and watched as her brain functions -- motion, speech, self-awareness -- shut down one by one. An astonishing story.
James says: A fascinating introduction into Neuroscience.