Earlier today I posted my weekly inspirational quote on the Know No Limits Blog and this week I chose “To live an extraordinary life, you must resist an ordinary approach…” by Frank McKinney. I hadn’t initially made the connection but as I sit down to write the article it fits just perfectly.
One person who truly epitomises that quote, and the live untamed and unafraid ethos, is Adam Shepard. Adam recently dropped me a line and sent me a copy of his latest book to review. He’s definitely ‘resisted an ordinary approach’ – right from the age of 19 when he set of with $25 in his pocket (more…)
The ability to tap into the most powerful, creative and resourceful aspects of who you are is an essential skill if you wish to really live life to the full and achieve all that your heart desires…
… read this article I wrote for the March edition of Lightworker Magazine to find out more. Click the image below to read it: (more…)
“The day the old me died, was the day I started to live. In my old life I longed for someone to see what was special in me – but what I really needed was for me to see it, and now I do. Freedom is power! To live a life untamed and unafraid is the gift I’ve been given. And so my journey begins…” (more…)
Phase 2 – Adopt Habits that Nurture
Listed below are our top tips for looking and feeling great!
- Drink more water – drinking an adequate amount of clean water is essential to maintaining your health and performance. You should aim to drink 30-35ml of water per kg of body weight, per day, eg: if you weigh 55kg, then you should drink approx 1.7 – 1.9 litres of water per day. Add a pinch of salt to each litre of water to improve taste and helps to maintain the correct salt balance in the body.
The Invitation is my favourite inspirational passage. I use it to guide me through life, keep myself on track, and remember what really matters. It’s written by Oriah Mountain Dreamer – an inspirational writer and story-teller based in North America.
Have you ever found yourself stuck in the ‘Velvet Rut’?
Knowing that you need to make some changes in your life… and still not doing them? You are not alone. Many successful people find that the hardest part of moving forwards isn’t figuring out what to do. What’s hard is actually doing it.
We often call this the ‘Velvet Rut’ because generally things are going pretty well for you. You most likely have a job that pays fairly well and all in all a pretty comfortable life. (more…)