Category Archives: Instinct

Healthy eating for a high motivation

I am not sure where the advice to eat “three meals per day” comes from, but it’s existed for as long as most of us remember. Indeed we need regular food for energy. Breakfast is often said to be “the most important meal of the day” because, supposedly, it fuels us after an extended overnight […]
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5 useful habit forming tips

Motivation is a major key to sustaining behaviours but other tricks and tips can help. These include: 1. Get the right support from the significant other.  When delivering seminars and workshops, one of the most common comments I hear is this: “I wish my partner could hear this.” We all have this motivation and sense […]
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The Love Impulse

The LOVE impulse, a game that people play I’ll start this newsletter with a BIG thank you for reading my thoughts and insights every month. I appreciate each one of you and I am deeply grateful for you, being my reader. We are still in the month of Love so, I want to use every […]
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Bad predictions of our behaviours – a reason for procrastination

Bad predictions of our behaviours – a reason for procrastination Why did you choose where to go to college? Why did you fall in  love with that person? Why do you buy that specific brand of shoes? Sometimes we know. Sometimes, we don’t. Asked why we have felt or acted as we have, we produce […]
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Using your intuition to navigate life

In his book “Nature is your guide: How to find Your Way on Land and Sea” the author-navigator Harold Gatty claims that there is no such thing as a sense of direction. He explains that a person who appears to have such  a “sense” is actually using their five ordinary senses (seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting […]
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