5 Mindful Tips for Navigating The ‘Silly’ Season

Written by admin on December 2, 2017

Here are some tips to maintain your sanity and enjoy the festive season.

The holiday season is officially upon us. What this can mean is pressure, busyness and madness too.  Unfortunately then the joy, magic, and meaning of the season can be lost, often replaced by stress. 

As we enter the month of December, it is hard to ignore the almost instantaneous rush of frenetic energy that ensues as we near the close of the calendar year.

It is more than possible though

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What are we missing out on when we rush?

Written by Josie Thomson on June 20, 2016

There seems to be one speed with which the world is operating: RUSH. “Rush hour’ has become our way of life. We rush our food. We rush our conversations. We rush our leisure. We rush our intimacy. We rush our fitness. We rush our driving. We rush our work. We rush our time out. We even rush our rest. WTF?!

What effect is Rushing having on you?

I’m am especially reminded of this as deadlines approach like holiday time or the end

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ABC Radio: How To Train Your Brain & Change The Way You Think

Written by Josie Thomson on October 30, 2015
ABC Radio Interview with Steve Austin

The way you think, feel and act can be controlled by your brain.

So can you change your brain? The actual way your brain works and controls you?

According to Josie Thomson and Dr Jeffrey Schwartz, the answer is yes.

Dr Jeffrey Schwartz & I were privileged to be interviewed by Steve Austin from ABC Radio yesterday. If you missed it, you can listen to it on Soundcloud using the embedded player below.

Interested in learning more about the brain?

Take control of your brain, change

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*** NEWSFLASH ***

Written by Josie Thomson on April 22, 2015

Josie Thomson was today named the winner of a two Stevie® Awards in the Management category in the second annual Asia-Pacific Stevie® Awards.

GOLD STEVIE® AWARD for Maverick of the Year and SILVER STEVIE® AWARD for Women of the Year, both awards are in recognition of Josie’s impact and ability to affect the most positive change in her industry.

Josie Thomson is a change, resilience and mindset expert. She holds an impressive track record in inspirational public speaking, corporate workshops and executive coaching. She is a

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Peace of Mind for Busy People

Written by Josie Thomson on September 18, 2012

Taking time off for peaceful relaxation can benefit even the busiest person. Here are some tips on how to find the time…

“Do not confuse peace of mind with spaced-out insensitivity. A truly peaceful mind is very sensitive, very aware.” – Tenzin Gyatso (14th Dalai Lama)

The busier and more chaotic our lives get, the more likely we are to let our unconscious mind do all our thinking for us.  This, in turn, increases the likelihood that we will experience an ‘outside-in’ version

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The Psychology of Money

Written by Josie Thomson on November 29, 2011

What stops people from succeeding financially and having ongoing prosperity in their life? The answer is generally focused around the belief that financial success is not a possibility. There are many people who have unconscious barriers that prevent them from having the wealth and abundance that they deserve.

If you have limiting beliefs about money at an unconscious level, it will be difficult to move though your financial limitations because your unconscious mind will dampen your efforts to succeed. This is

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