Tag: inspiration

What Will You Be Doing This Long Weekend?

One of my soul projects at the start of Covid-19 was to develop my digital skills and have the confidence to do some live shows and bring together like minded people over zoom to share views on various topics! This has kept me busier than I could have imagined but it is reinforcing for me that “when we are aligned with our soul mission, everything falls in place!”

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Six Leadership Tips To Manage Covid-19

How are you showing up as a leader? COVID-19 is demanding more from us. Here are six leadership tips which you can put into effect right now to manage yourself and your tribe… inspired by ‘Light A Fire In Their Hearts’ a Leadership book by Lisa Anna Palmer

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Do all things with great love

One thing that I know for sure is that when we do things with great love, love itself multiplies around us a hundred fold. It can amplify our vibration of love. It is this vibration that attracts more love to us – romantic partners, forgiveness, better relationships, opportunities and most of all an inner feeling of gratitude, contentment and peace.

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My honeyman…

He said, “I don’t have to sell this honey you know. But I like to go out. I like to meet people and talk with them. It is what keeps me going. Don’t make too much out of this life. What is most important in this life is for you to love God. You cannot love me, if you don’t love God. That is the most important thing in life – to love.”

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The power of unleashing your creativity – I built my own bird bath

I used at least a couple hundreds of broken pieces of glass to build this beautiful colourful creation which I call, ‘a windy summer day’.

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Trust your soul – it know what it needs today.

Today is a beautiful day. How I know? I decided it is before the day even started!

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Are you manifesting what you truly desire in your life?

“Wait, I have something for you.” My neighbour told me as we chatted between our two houses, on a snow covered lawn.  Wilson and I had arrived home just at the same time that she and her son Damon, drove in. Since being back…

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