Archive | July, 2019

Rights of passage

You spend years developing your family. Your kids have good bits and bad bits. There are times when you could happily strangle them all and times when you love their bones. Then when you have learned to live with the madness that is called family hey, they go and leave home. The fact that they […]

TSHP319: Can a Racist Be Reformed?

What’s Coming This Episode? Racists hey? What can we say? Not a great thing to be known as, really. Still, there is hope right? Can racism be ‘fixed’? Let’s have a talk… Enjoy the show and take care, it’s The Self Help Podcast! Show Notes and Links Sean has written a blog post to accompany […]

How to Reform a Racist

I have brought in a few resources on this one so have a look at the links below. https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/are-we-all-racists-deep-inside/ BBC News: Implicit bias: Is everyone racist? I am not sure if any of us are not racist. By racist I mean that we prejudge other people by where they come from not who they are. […]

TSHP318: The Power of Networking

What’s Coming This Episode? Networking is a key tool for those in business – you can send emails and cold call people till you’re blue in the face, but nothing beats the experience of getting to know people and asking how you can help them. Sean and Ed have plenty of experience in this field. […]

Networking Works

Someone once said to me that “Networking” is what fishermen did when the weather was bad. They would repair their nets so that when the weather improved they could be out there catching fish with good tackle. Thinking about it when we go networking we are preparing for when we can do our work, same […]

TSHP317: How to Gain Perspective

What’s Coming This Episode? The world lost Mia Austin this week. Mia’s life took a tragic turn when she was just 21 years of age but, despite this, Mia and her family made the most of everything they had. What can we learn from Mia and how can we gain perspective on our lives and […]

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

Some years ago a beautiful young girl named Mia, suffered a stroke. Strokes are tough at any age but it always seem so cruel when someone is so young. Mia was dynamic, resilient and positive. Despite what she had been through and the difficulties she was living with Mia managed to live her life as […]