Sport, business, and life more generally can be absurdly challenging. But others have travelled down such paths and shared some wisdom that may help some people navigate their challenges.
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Wrestling the inner critic is exhausting. Defusion can help us let the critic do its thing…and you do yours.
Does an obscure model of integrity hold weight in helping us show up as our best selves in the face of challenges…despite the inherent tensions in trying to do so?
How Guinness Adverts Can Help You OWN Those “Choice Points” In Life
Love a Guiness advert, I do. But before that, a short story: An athlete once expressed a simple frustration: I should go to X and compete, but I’d rather do Y. We spent time unpicking why he thinks he should go to X (the event) and of course the usual reasons came up. The main one:Continue reading “How Guinness Adverts Can Help You OWN Those “Choice Points” In Life”
Over the past year, I’ve been intelletually captured by the work of Danielle Nahon and Nedra Lander (2005). Their work, building on that of O. H. Mower, focuses on the curical role of Integrity in our mental well-being, way of living and relationships with others. There are just two fundamental beliefs central to the IntegrityContinue reading “On Values”