Monthly Archives: April 2017

If you want to life yourself up lift someone else up -Booker T Washington quote

Uplifting stuff …

In a recent “12:56 Quote” post on the Joyful Genius FB page, I posted the Booker T Washington quote, that the best way to lift yourself up is to lift someone else up.  I said when I posted it that it is true at many levels – this blog is to explore why that’s the…

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rock solid knowledge or intuitive knowing

Too much knowledge, not enough knowing?

This morning for Earth Day we took part in the Access Consciousness Global Restoration of Communion with Earth™ Day – essentially laying comfortably with our hands on each other, running energy to get better connected with the planet and all that there is.  By chance, all the other people here were native Italian speakers, so…

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woman taking time out relaxing by a lake

All work and no play?

No matter how much you enjoy doing your work, no matter how much it aligns with your genius, no matter how much it makes a difference in the world, you still need to take a break from it from time to time. There are two reasons for that: The first is that you need time…

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Show Up & Show Off!

We British are very good at hiding our light. From a very early age, we are told not to show off. Even (maybe especially) when we are very good at something. We are not supposed to make other people feel inferior, because it’s big-headed to think we might be superior. But here’s the thing: being…

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It’s About Time!

“Time management is nonsense. You cannot manage time, it flows comfortably by at its own pace, blissfully unaware of human angst and tribulation. It’s your priorities you get to manage.” When I say “time management is nonsense”, that doesn’t mean I think all the principles taught in Time Management courses are nonsense.  A lot of…

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