Money Habits – What are you passing on to your kids?

This week I had the pleasure of talking to Will Rainey, founder of Blue Tree Savings, about his work teaching parents how to teach their kids about money. I really enjoyed our conversation because it helped me think about my own money habits and how my habits are helping shape the way my children see […]

Why habits do habits feel so hard to break?

There’s a reason habit change feels really hard and it can be explained – at least in part – by Hebb’s Law. Hebb’s Law The law can essentially be distilled into a single phrase: Neurons that fire together wire together Donald O. Hebb Neuroscientists believe the brain holds approximately 100 billion neutron. That equates to […]

Your outer world is a reflection of your inner world

“Our outer world of form and experience is a reflection of our inner world of thought and feelings.” John Randolph Price If your inner world is in turmoil, one of the easiest places to start is by getting your outer world in order. In this podcast episode, best-selling author and professional organiser, Louise Simpson, shares […]

Life-changing books: The One Thing with Nicke Abraham

I loved doing this interview! It’s the first in the Big Happy Book Club series – where I talk to my guests about a book that changed their lives. In this episode, I talk to Nicke Abraham, founder of the Winning Attitude Training Consultancy, about the book that changed her life. After more than two […]

How and Why Habits Form

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Episode 3 of 6 in the “Goals and Habits Series.   If you missed episodes 1 and 2 in the series, here are the links: Episode 1: Goal: How to set good ones Episode 2: Values: Why they matter In Short: Although habits are usually unconscious, starting new ones or changing old ones is a […]