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Acts of Kindness

Two Privileges

The first privilege I experienced in the last week or two, was an opportunity to have a special conversation with a wonderful human being who made the decision to stop all treatment for her terminal illness, apart from palliative care. Her loving family had purchased a guided book experience for her from my manifesto and… Read More
Wellbeing Insights

Three Key Questions Adolescents Ask Themselves

I would like to think I have some understanding of the challenges and joys of being a teenager in today’s society. However, I also appreciate that I cannot fully comprehend or fathom what it is really like to be a Gen Z or iGen teenager. So much has changed compared to when I was a… Read More
Manifesto Musings

No Man Ever Steps In The Same River Twice

A client of my manifesto, when conversing on his personal manifesto, was prompted by our comment that a personal manifesto is both ‘stable and dynamic’, to offer this quote by Heraclitus: “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man”.  When referring to… Read More
Book Recommendations

The Suitcase by Jan Daniels

Jan Daniels’ book, with the sub-title, One Woman’s Struggle to Save Herself, is compelling reading. She is a Geelong local and a writer who has written her book not only to chronicle her life and struggle but with an eye to the reader – especially other women – who may sorely (pun intended) need to… Read More
Acts of Kindness

One Spare Moment

Quite possibly, you may have read this title and thought, ‘if only’, or ‘what would I give for a spare moment?’ Before getting to our Acts of Kindness theme for this blog could I pose a scenario to you? Scenario: By some unknown, but pleasing reason, you have just picked up 1 spare day. If… Read More
“Some of us are ground crew – holding lines, building fires, dreaming dreams, letting go, watching the upward flight. Others of us are bound for the sky and the far edges of things.” Robert Fulghum Thinking about this quote from Robert Fulghum, it became apparent that both sets of people are vital to the wellbeing… Read More
Manifesto Musings

For Whose Benefit?

Over the past month, several national and international leaders in the fields of psychology, leadership, coaching, or change management have kindly reviewed our manuscript. One such review arrived this week that contained the following sentences: “Authors Robinson and Wong take us through a gradual process, in accessible, yet significant steps, that enable any one of… Read More
Book Recommendations

Kicking Out The Bucket List by Glenda Mitchell

This book written by Glenda Mitchell has a subtitle which reveals its essential tenet: Living Life With Intention and Passion. Certainly, I don’t think it is possible to read this book without being stirred to reflect, to look at one’s life intently and to decide, am I living it, or just thinking about it? Her… Read More
Acts of Kindness

My Yarn Group

Friendship is such a wonderful act of kindness both in the giving and the receiving. I have become part of a new friendship group. We have come together as a result of attending a very special life movement class. I wrote about this class and the unique human who facilitated it in an earlier blog,… Read More