Create a sustainable lifestyle
Achieve greater fulfilment
Nurture your potential

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'How Resilient Are You?'

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Create a sustainable lifestyle
Achieve greater fulfilment
Nurture your potential

Start Here...

'How Resilient Are You?'

Your Welcome Message


How Josie Can Serve You


Create a sustainable lifestyle: you want it all – a life you fully embrace, live and love. Having overcome my own significant challenges, including cancer, I am committed to your joy, vibrant wellbeing and success. Check out the many ways we can work together to create a sustainable way of living a brighter and happier future. I will show you how to enjoy all aspects of your life. Every day is a new beginning, a second chance. Let’s take that chance and enliven bold steps forward to live a life you truly love.

Achieve greater fulfilment: when you’re doing what you love and enjoying this unpredictably wild ride called ‘life’ all of a sudden your days feel truly lived and enjoyed, not endured. Fulfilment comes from embracing all of life, in all its forms, and living true to your values. Let me show you how.

Nurture your potential:  you have unlimited and untapped potential to nurture. From a platform of a sustainable lifestyle and greater fulfilment being enjoyed, I will give you tools to grow and express your full creative potential. Bring it on!

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That Blind Woman NZ

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"She is challenging, tough and persistent in the most gentle and caring way. I have grown much from working with her."


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"Josie delivered the presentation expertly and with authenticity. Several other fori at Charles Sturt University have requested a similar presentation."

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Start #journaling. It will improve your life, and it is easy to get started. People who journal express more gratitude, suffer from less stress, are more connected to their surroundings, and even live healthier lives. 

Start with one sentence of five minutes a day, try different methods, and find what works for you. Jx
Unlike IQ, grit isn’t fixed. It can be learned, developed, and taught. Building grit is about developing consistent hard work. Grit is both a contributor to and outcome of a growth mindset. Possessing high levels of grit helps individuals sustain a growth mindset, and a growth mindset can help build grit. Jx
Thankful Thursday
When you were diagnosed with a chronic condition such as cancer, you are shocked into a new level of awareness and reality. I was totally floored the first time this happened to me in 1991 at the tender age of 24.

The news can be very overwhelming, and create a sense of panic and fear. You may also realise, perhaps for the first time in your life, that you are not in control of your own reality. I was numb - it felt surreal. It was scary, and I felt so alone.

Initially, this gave rise to a sense of groundlessness and insecurity. 

I quickly learned that it’s really important to keep your wits about you and make a pact with the fearful brain, which is primed to be on the lookout for threats in a desperate attempt to keep you safe. That's just how the brain is wired.

When you are catapulted into a shocking new reality like a cancer diagnosis, everything changes. Your life changes. You change.  Naturally. How can your life ever be the same? There is no going back. There is only a new normal to be attained. A new possibility. 

This is when it’s really important to realise that the brain will send messages of panic and fear in a desperate attempt to try to control what’s happening and create a sense of 'safety' in your world.  I'm so grateful to understand how to work with my brain rather than against it through my masters studies in neuroscience.  I learned that this primal instinct and reaction by the brain is normal, natural and human, and it's what the brain is wired to do.  But I also learned that I am not my brain. I am so much more than my brain, and I am so much stronger than any thought sent to derail my fierce spirit to live.

I'm thankful to have learned to manage my fear and worry by making a pact with my brain to only deal with facts. This is how I managed my fear. 

I managed fear effectively by making a deal with my brain to only deal with the facts.  I learned that fears are not facts - they are narratives/thoughts which are rooted in a desperate attempt to feel safe and secure. 

And whatever those facts turned out to be, I decided that I would handle it. 

The body is capable of healing. I am living proof of this. 

I learned that the most important thing to manage on a healing journey is the mind and your thoughts. This is something you CAN do.You can't control your circumstances, but you can control how you respond to them. It takes work and it takes effort but you are worth it - if you want to. 

You see, you always have a choice about how you focus your attention and how you choose to respond or react to your circumstances.  

The biggest lesson I learned from my dances with cancer is this: it’s important to focus forward and 'fight for' what you want, not fight against what you don’t want. 

Where focus goes, energy flows. 

The choice is yours. Jx
Grit is the combination of perseverance and passion toward long-term goals. It’s a strong predictor of success, with positive relationships to achievement, motivation, hope, and life satisfaction. It is possible to learn and practice grit, especially by consistently working hard toward long-term goals. Jx