What’s Coming This Episode?
New year, new you? A new year can mean new beginnings. This time of year is a great time to do a ‘self audit’. Reflect on how your life has been and dictate to yourself how you are going to be going forward.
Resolutions are funny things though, and can be quite superficial. There are plenty of statistics that show us how many will fail at resolutions just weeks or even days into their new habits. Not seeing these new habits through can be quite damaging to a person so think it through and make sure you’re ready to take it on before you set the goal.
This one’s a heartfelt chat with Sean and Ed but it’s chock full of tips to kick start your 2014. Happy New Year everyone!
Enjoy the show!
Show Notes and Links
- Ed bleats on about his son William a lot in this episode, here’s a pic of him
- Top 5 Regrets of the Dying – don’t work too hard guys!
- … but don’t fall for the old ‘Work Life Balance Myth‘
- 5 Reasons Why You Should Commit Your Goals to Writing
- … and to counter that ‘Why Goal Setting Doesn’t Work‘
- The quote/poem that Portia Nelson
- Follow Ed’s karting exploits here
- Sean is working on a project called Mind Brain Systems. Teaser site here.
- Grab a copy of the Live in the Present book if you haven’t already
Resource of the Week (!)
- Sean’s resource is to write that letter
- Ed recommends a book by Michael Palin called Himalaya. Remember, ‘travel is the only thing that you can buy that makes you richer.’
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