‘If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change.’ – Wayne Dyer
Have you noticed that when you need to or want to make important changes in your life, there’s usually a ‘dip’ in momentum and motivation?
I know this ‘dip’ very well. It happens all the time when I’m seeking to transform aspects of my life. Change takes a lot of effort, focus, determination and pure grit!!!! It’s not easy, but it can be simpler
So many people set off in search for answers in their life. Some will consult ‘experts’, some will seek advice from friends, and many will travel far and wide to ‘find themselves’. And there are others who do something a little different.
As many of you know, I have just returned from a two week sojourn in Cambodia. I celebrated a milestone birthday in April and decided it would be a good idea to explore a destination from my bucket list.
My experience of the past two months leads me to write about a tough subject we’d rather avoid. Trauma such as the loss of a loved one or the diagnosis of serious illness can test us to our very limits – trust me, I know this first hand as I’m certain many of you do too. While it can shatter life as we know it, it may be comforting to know that something more positive may also be happening.
Two-time cancer survivor, Josie Thomson, has lived her life staring down the people and things that said, “no you can’t”.
“It’s resilience that determines who succeeds and who fails” said Josie Thomson, Local Business woman and Single Mother of two.
A leadership trailblazer, Josie combines fifteen years of corporate experience with over a decade of coaching and consulting to corporate executives, entrepreneurs, business owners and community leaders.
“Josie has displayed exemplary true grit and is living proof that more than education, more than