Being Happy, Staying Happy

Are you looking for happiness in achievements, in others? Do you find happiness or does happiness find you? Do you keep delaying your happiness until things are just right in your life? No one is in control of your happiness but you. So, get into the habit of being happy and staying happy. Listen as Continue reading »

Pushing Your Boundaries: Q&A

Question and Answer session with Dr Kim Cunio, the Head of the School of Music at the Australian National University. He is a scholar, composer and performer, with a regular segment on ABC Radio Canberra. Kim is currently finishing a book on sacred music, and working on collaborative music projects, one on the sounds of Continue reading »

Pushing Your Boundaries: Creativity, Collaboration and Calm

Nothing wrong with comfort zones but not much grows there. Now, if you were to push your boundaries and step out of your comfort zone, you may find it a little scary, but you’ll definitely expand your horizons. Dr Kim Cunio explores: – How creativity is all about getting past your fears and pushing your Continue reading »

Build Resilience and Thrive

Why is it that some people cope with difficulties so well while others don’t? As the saying goes: It’s not what happens, it’s how you handle it that matters. And the thing that makes all the difference is, resilience. Resilience is your personal toolkit that helps you to thrive in uncertainty and the ever changing world. This session explores how to: Continue reading »

How to Stop Sabotaging Yourself: Getting Out Of Your Own Way

Ever feel like you’re just not making any progress, reaching your goals, or living up to your potential? Is something getting in your way? Ever considered that it might be you that’s getting in your way? Are you sabotaging yourself? Doing things that are holding you back and stopping you from getting to where you Continue reading »

Mindfully Handling Difficult Conversations

When you’re in a difficult conversation, do find yourself backing down, freezing up, or becoming defensive?  Or do you tend to postpone difficult conversations? Difficult conversations are a part of life. So it makes sense to get better at handling difficult conversations mindfully and with ease and confidence. Join us for tips on how to: Continue reading »

Heart Minded: Think Less, Love More

Do you think a lot and live inside your head? If you were to stop overthinking everything, get out of your busy head and into your heart, you’ll expand your capacity to hold yourself and others in love, make better decisions and get better results. Be more heart minded, and you’ll: Worry less, Accomplish more Continue reading »

The Four Levels of Relaxation

Creating a Balanced Life from the Inside Out In these tense and turbulent times, the ability to relax is essential to our wellbeing. Finding the time and space each day to deeply relax is no small challenge. But did you know that there are many levels of relaxation, some of which you may not have Continue reading »

The Courage to Be Disliked, Succeeding As You Are

Who doesn’t want to be liked? But when we’re trying to be more likeable, we may end up becoming someone we aren’t, trying to live up to others’ expectations, wanting to please others and seek approval. If you were to stop trying to be liked and start being OK with being disliked, you would free Continue reading »

How to Deal with Things Not Going Your Way

When things don’t go your way, do you fight it or give up? Do you hope, cope or mope? Or do you go with the flow regardless of where you want to go? Well, it makes sense to persevere and keep trying because there are things worth fighting for. But as life almost always doesn’t Continue reading »

Managing Emotions More Effectively

Do your emotions run wild? Or do you bottle them up? Hold back your emotions and eventually not only will you explode, but it will also affect your wellbeing and relationships. Let emotions overtake you, and it will distort your thinking and perspective. As emotions impact your ability to act, react, create and communicate, it’s Continue reading »