Self-reflection is one of the biggest tools we have in our toolbox when it comes to self-discovery, personal growth, and well life itself actually.
What does being your best entail? What do your thoughts have to do with your capabilities?
I feel like the phrase “just start” is most commonly used by those in the world of entrepreneurship, or those on their personal growth journey.
We are halfway through 2020 and I’m sure you’ve got goals for yourself to achieve for the rest of this year. But, if you haven’t set any goals for yourself as yet, then you are in good company.
Social media gets a bad name and some stick. I’m a huge believer in you find what you look for…
There I was, sat in the “gold” section at the Resorts World Arena in Birmingham, UK waiting for #NAC2019 to start when all of a
You have to let light shine on your wounds to heal.
Anyone who says healing and growing is all flowers and happiness is a liar.
This article is written to share with you about how a daily ritual helps to transform your life.
We all have the desire to keep growing and evolving, whether we act on it or not.
Something very interesting happened the other day. There I was, idly browsing Instagram as per usual, when I stumble upon Grow2Gether’s post about their podcast featuring Alex Shailer: “Social media is what you make of it”.
Since we were young, most of our relationships are imposed upon us. We don’t choose our mother, father, brother, sister, cousins, or family.
You might have heard the saying of ‘sharing or speaking your truth’ especially online and if you’re in the entrepreneurial space. I believe sharing your truth applies and is crucial no matter if you’re a primary school teacher or building a 6-figure business.
Negativity is all around us. Fact. But that doesn’t mean we have to listen to it, indulge in it or be negative ourselves.
If this is the first time you are coming across a piece of my content, then you. May now know that clubbing and everything with
Often in this life, we feel the need to reach standards other people have set for us. Or do things other people want us to do. Or be someone who someone else what’s us to be.
Oftentimes we get told to be positive, to be grateful. That you shouldn’t worry or be negative because there’s nothing to worry about. But this