Now, today is the last of the 30 day challenge, looking at a whole variety of themes that can make a difference to the quality of your life. Today’s theme is about being right. Now, being right and being determined to be right can actually end up costing you more than you think. I want you to consider how often it is that you are involved in a discussion or an argument where you know you are right; where you have an absolute understanding of the facts and the situation, but the other person equally has a feeling that they are right too.
What do you do when you have lots to do but don't feel like doing it? How often do you get frustrated when things don't work as you would like or quickly enough? Do you give up Or dig deep?
Hi, it’s Gina Gardiner here, and today is the 28th day of the 30 day challenge. I am an international best-selling author, I am an empowerment and relationship coach, and I do strategic transformational leadership training and coaching. At the heart of everything I do is empowerment, and today I want to talk to you about the whole issues about dealing with difficult people. I suspect that every single one of us deals with people we find a challenge. And difficult people can come from family, friends, colleagues; they’re around.
Robert Frost said "Two roads diverged in a wood and I - I took the one less travelled by, and that has made all the difference." Have you ever asked yourself, "What road am I travelling on - where will it lead?"
Hi there, my name is Gina Gardiner, and today I’d like to talk to you about setting positive intentions. Success often feels like it is something difficult to achieve and sustain, and there are actually lots of ways you can help yourself. One of those ways is to be very clear about what are the positive intentions in what you want to do? What is your ‘why’?
Giving people a second chance - what do you think? When and how often should you give someone a second chance?
Friendship - What does it mean to you? Friendships are very precious. There is an old saying "You can't choose your family but you can choose your friends."
They say laughter is the best medicine - when was the last time you laughed until you cried? Humour can lighten up not only your day but make the most challenging situations feel more manageable. Laughter relieves stress and brings light and a sense of possibility to the situation.
Boundaries - are you able to create appropriate boundaries for yourself, with others - personally and professionally? Why is it so many people find it so difficult to create and maintain effective boundaries?