Monday Mojo – Choose to Challenge

Do you ever find it hard to say what you really think? It’s not always easy. And it’s definitely tiring.  We worry about offending others. We think we’re taking up too much space. We apologise before we even start. How many of us have started a sentence with “Sorry, can I just ask something?” There are lots of reasons weContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Choose to Challenge”

Monday Mojo – Encourage the Praise

Do you tend to get in your own way sometimes? I ask because when things are going well, we can sometimes sabotage our own efforts to get where we want to be. In a world that’s topsy turvy right now, it makes sense if you sometimes question the decisions you make. But when that startsContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Encourage the Praise”

Three ingredients for Happiness (on International Day of Happiness)

As I’m writing this, we are in the early days of the COVID19 pandemic in the U.K.. The world as a whole seems nervous, confused and curious all at the same time. 20th March also happens to be the International Day of Happiness. Debates are ongoing about who is right and who is wrong. ManyContinue reading “Three ingredients for Happiness (on International Day of Happiness)”

Monday Mojo – Pick Your Colour

What colour matches your mood today? Colours mean different things to people across cultures and traditions: some people associate red with love, others see it as a signal for danger or passion. Blue might be an indicator of calm or for sadness. The latter is one reason today has been labelled “Blue” Monday, when someContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Pick Your Colour”

Monday Mojo – Risk Forward

How do you cope with not knowing?  In a digital age where we can have answers at our finger tips, there’s something unsettling about situations where we just. don’t. know.  21st century living has been described as VUCA:• Volatile• Uncertain• Complex• Ambiguous.  One of the reasons, Margriet Sitskoorn explains, may be that on a daily basis, weContinue reading “Monday Mojo – Risk Forward”