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First published in 1885, After London, or Wild England is considered to be one of the earliest instances of post-apocalyptic fiction, describing the effects of an unspecified catastrophe that dramatically changes the face of England and its population. Divided into two parts, the first depicts the fall of civilization, as society reverts to its more primitive roots, while the second part is set years after the apocalyptic event and examines the evident changes in both natural scenery and soc ...
 
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Do you worry what others think of you? If so, this episode or unravel some of the reasons why you may have this thinking habit and the steps you can take to change this. This annoying habit can happen to anyone and is an energy drain and simply unhelpful way of thinking. Stages to overcome this repeating pattern. Remember we are social species - we…
 
How do we make choices that suit us, others and the environment? In this episode I share a personal journey about changing what I eat and how I used a specific process make that choice. The difference between conscious choice (discernment, consideration for others, clear facts to assess) vs unconscious choice which includes habits, societal norms, …
 
In this episode, we will be covering the topic of panic buying and why we might do it. I explain the difference between the rational mind and the emotional mind how we can be triggered into certain irrational behaviour. There are deep rooted reasons for this behaviour and it's important to know how and why this happens. If you get triggered, it’s n…
 
Do you experience anxiety, stress and fear? Want to learn how breathing can affect your nervous system and get in control of how you feel? In this episode , I explain the following: How breathing can change our emotional state. What the 3 levels of the autonomic nervous system do (flow, fight/flight, shutdown) How to change the story you might be t…
 
Listening well can open up wonderful conversations and create connection between people. Sometimes, we might not listen as well as we could and other times we are simply not being heard by the other person. In this podcast, I share my experience about levels of listening and a simple strategy to become a better listener. Here is a playful descripti…
 
Why do we stay stuck in life or business? Sometimes I can seem as if there are so many options it's overwhelming. Other times we stay stuck and even though it can seem counterintuitive, for some reason we just keep repeating the same old thing. In this episode, I explain how the mind has patterns and thinking (or cognitive) biases. Anytime we are s…
 
Do you have a nagging feeling that whatever you do, some day you’ll be found out that you’re not quite good enough? Do you work hard but fear that it’s never quite enough? Do you wish you were more confident? If so, then you’re likely to be experiencing ‘Imposter Syndrome’. When your confidence is lower than your competence, this it when imposter s…
 
In this episode, and explain how to use self awareness to find out what really matters to you. When you are clear on the things that give you the deepest and most fulfilling feelings and it's easier to navigate your way through life. I refer to this as building your 'inner compass'. In my work as a mindset coach, contemporary psychotherapist, yoga …
 
In this episode, and share my thinking around the need for self awareness of both body and mind so that we can change habits, behaviours and mindset. In my work as a mindset coach, contemporary psychotherapist, yoga teacher and Breathwork teacher, I find the integrated approach to change is becoming ever more important in the age of the pandemic an…
 
Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood Jr. gives listeners an inside look at The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Hear how correspondents, writers, and producers of the Emmy-winning series use comedy to tackle a variety of complex topics and discuss where these issues stand today. On this episode, Roy is joined by Daily Show writers X Mayo and Ashton Womack…
 
This podcast is mindset/psychology based talk I hosted about some of the concerns and fears about coming out of lockdown and what the future might hold. Using psychology and human behaviour, I aim to address the following: Feeling nervous around groups of people. Uncertainty about work / business when the restrictions change. Returning to an office…
 
Jim Jefferies has a new podcast. Search for "I Don't Know About That with Jim Jefferies" and subscribe now. In this introduction, Jim Jefferies, Forrest Shaw, and Kelly Blackheart explain the theme of the show. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesDi Comedy Central
 
This podcast is taken from my recent talk about ‘crisis evolution’.I will take the listener through the 3 significant stages we are likely to experience as we change, evolve and grow and it’ll be great if you came along. There is opportunity for all of us to reshape our lives and businesses and when we understand and learn how to move through these…
 
In coaching, one of the most powerful tools we use is truth. This is often referred to as “calling someone out” and it can be incredibly uncomfortable and yet massively liberating. In this episode, I share a few examples of how this plays out from my work and my personal experience.
 
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