Even as a professional public speaker there are times when nerves, self doubt or just having an off day can affect me. Here is my advice for how to overcome these problems. It does work!
It’s just another pressure to put yourself under. We are all going to die at some time or another and what can you possibly take with you when you do? While the train crash was actually happening I remember thinking ‘it hasn’t been worth it’. I was successful, had money, a nice home, a posh […]
All sorts of things happen throughout life and they are not always good. Sometimes bad, annoying or obstructive things happen. Sometimes, like the train crash, they can be big events but, as is more often the case, they tend to be small normal everyday events that can affect anyone. The thing to remember when the […]
The fifth instalment in my Advice fro Life from a Survivor series: Treat Others as You’d Like to be Treated Yourself.
The next instalment in my Advice for Life from a Survivor series. No 4: Don’t Accept No as the End of the Conversation
Third in my video series of Advice for Life from a Survivor – Appreciate you are not Indispensable
My second video in the series Advice for Life from a Survivor: Work out a Way to Get Around an Obstacle looks at why, when you encounter a problem, you should look for a way around it to achieve your goal.
I have had to learn many lessons over the years but those from my recovery, to me, were some of the most important. Top of these have been the intangible things. Things that I had never considered deeply before but my circumstances gave me lots of time to be introspective and ask ‘how can my […]
Pam’s book, From Behind the Mask, for me is not so much about the person Pam was before, even though that is important to understand. This is about the person Pam has become. On the face of it (no pun intended), Pam and I have little in common. What we obviously share is that we […]