Thu, 30 April 2015
This week we're exploring a fascinating question that's relevant to all of us... what are we really capable of? What's the true potential of humans?
I'm exploring this with Ian Watson, who is an author, trainer and consultant. Ian's got soooo much experience in the field of natural health and personal transformation. He's covered more ground in his quest to uncover the full potential of humans than most people would manage in several lifetimes!
We cover a lot of ground in this episode: why self-help techniques seem to stop working, how change really happens, what's going on with consciousness, happiness, the call to adventure and more. This is one of my favourite shows. :)
In this episode you'll learn:
Thu, 23 April 2015
How to parent teens the happy way... with Jacquie Forde
This is the second show we've done with the fabulous social entrepreneur, coach and business woman Jacquie Forde. I knew she'd be amazing to speak to on the topic of parenting teens and older children and flipping heck... she didn't disappoint!
Jacquie is married with three daughters and here she shares how she was always searching for the answer to be the best parent she could be and then when her eldest daughter was 17, she discovered something that transformed her approach to parenting.
Jacquie shares some incredibly touching and inspiring stories of how their family has changed for the better over the last few years. Yes, there were tears for both us. :)
Here were my best bits:
Direct download: Jacquie_Forde_Parenting_Interview_Edited_version.mp3
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Thu, 16 April 2015
How to give children a super start in life... with Piers Thurston
Piers is a top personal and business and is a father to two children - in this episode we explored how his understanding of 'quality of mind' has affected his parenting and has helped him to give his children a great start in life.
Here were my fave bits:
Thu, 9 April 2015
How to home school the happy way... with Stuart Norman
Stuart Norman is a Transformative Coach and teacher of the 3 Principles understanding. Stuart and his wife have been enjoying home schooling his daughter since last year so I thought he'd be a great person to speak to about how parenting can be a lot easier and more pleasurable than parents often believe is possible.
I loved Stuart's metaphor that life is more like a game of snap than the game of chess that we sometimes act like it is! This applies to life in general but has been particularly helpful for him and his wife in their approach to home schooling:
Fri, 3 April 2015
Life as a teenager with anxiety... with Sebastian Eck
Sebastian Eck realised that he was struggling with anxiety in social situations and dating when he was in his teens. Sebastian has since found a natural calm and confidence and has gone on to run workshops for people who are homeless and has created online resources for people seeking peace of mind.
Sebastian and I spoke about all kinds of areas relating to anxiety and the causes of it. Here were my best bits:
Seeing through his story of anxious
The struggle to become whole
Realising that he's not running the show