I want to flag up the fact that on Thursday 18th February at 7pm UK time, I am being interviewed on the phone on the subject of ‘How to manage in troubled times’, by my colleague Sheela Masand. Here’s what she is saying about it (and if you can’t make that time, sign up anyway to get access to the recording):
“Rich, wealthy, prosperous, abundant …. they are all good feeling words and feelings, and I’m sure you’d love to have them present in your everyday life! Unfortunately, I know the following is more commonplace at the moment, do any of them sound familiar to you?: Continue reading →
It would be easy in these days of the credit crunch to simply think ‘there’s not enough’ – oil, energy, money, safety, security, love, peace – I could go on. When people focus on ‘not enough’, that’s what they tend to get, regardless of how ‘much’ there actually is.
That’s why someone who has millions still feels poor; or someone who is surrounded by security measures still doesn’t feel safe; or someone who owns oil wells that are running dry begins to feel worried and anxious about the future. So, is there really not enough? Continue reading →
The world’s in a crisis. Or at least the developed world is. People are afraid of losing the way they’ve always lived their lives; afraid of having no money to pay for what they’ve become accustomed to; afraid of change and what it might bring. But what actually happens in a crisis, underneath all the drama? Continue reading →