genuine-chats.jpg
Today Gina and her good-friend and fellow international bestselling author, Rachel Davidson, chat through a set of 5-rules. Rules that are useful reminders of how best to approach your life and that can help you lead a happy, successful and fulfilled one. They are simple rules and easy to keep in mind.
genuine-chats.jpg
It can feel so much easier and safer to play small, to avoid taking risks and to listen to the 'nay-sayers' who tell you that 'there's not point' or 'you won't be able to do'. But is this the best route to a happy and fulfilled life? Gina and her good-friend, and fellow international bestselling author, Rachel Davidson, don't think so!
genuine-chats.jpg
This show focuses on the importance of valuing yourself if you are to have a happy, successful and fulfilled life and enjoy healthy and positive relationships with others. But how easy is it to value yourself and if you struggle with this what can you do to feel better?
genuine-chats.jpg
This show deals with one of the big subjects - that of Death! Or rather the subject, upon closer inspection is actually about Life! The Virgil quote is "Death twitches my ear. "LIVE," he says.
genuine-chats.jpg
How many times in a day do you catch yourself making sweeping generalisations in your thoughts and speech? Have you ever thought about how helpful those generalisations actually are to you?
genuine-chats.jpg
Time. It is such a valuable thing - so how you spend it, what you do with it and with whom you spend it is important to having a happy, successful and fulfilling life.
genuine-chats.jpg
Genuine Chat with Gina, Rachel and You: Being Defensive
genuine-chats.jpg
Gina has trained with uber-coach Tony Robbins, and one of his beliefs is that if a person is consistently and repeatedly finding themselves in a particular situation or having a particular problem then it is probably because they are getting something out of it.
genuine-chats.jpg
Genuine Chat With Gina, Rachel & You - Being a Good Team Member
genuine-chats.jpg
January is traditionally the time when people set new intentions and resolve to change some no-longer-wanted habits. But February is traditionally the time when all of those good intentions have been broken and everyone is feeling a little disappointed with their lack of will power and guilty about continuing to exhibit those habits that they’d hoped to drop. Is that you?