Why you should stop holding up to a popular myth about finding your perfect job. I frequently work with Olympic athletes and regularly use them as excellent examples of what can be achieved when you develop a winning mindset. What many people overlook when they see Olympic athletes receiving their medals is the hard work, grit, and determination that goes … Read More
In case you missed Marisa’s interview with Sura Kim on Thrive Global, here’s your chance to listen again to this candid interview where Marisa talks about her process with clients, how to experience “enoughness” in your everyday life, and how this one core belief can improve your relationships — including your sex life.
Whether you’re married or dating someone, a good relationship is reliant on many influential factors. Let’s talks about two significant factors here: the confidence and self-esteem of both partners. Relationships that have these two elements are more than likely to be healthy and satisfying to both partners involved. Yet, if one of you suffers from poor self-esteem, the potential for … Read More
“The stomach is the seat of all emotions and your feelings are the most real thing you have, so the trick is to listen to your feelings. If you get the horrible lurch in your stomach, your inner voice is telling you ‘this is wrong’.” – Marisa Peer In this wonderful article for Lifehack, Tracy Kennedy explores the inner voice … Read More
Do you know that you are enough? That you always have been and always will be? Belief without talent can take you further than talent without belief. When you have both, you are unstoppable. Listen to my interview with Smillion Mori to find out how you can have both and live the life you want.
My podcast interview with Thriving Launch I was recently invited to be a guest on the Thriving Launch podcast to talk about why we need to fall in love with ourselves. You can listen to the podcast below. If you have followed my work for a while, you will know that I believe that loving yourself changes everything. When you … Read More
What if I told you there was a single tool or habit you could employ in nearly every area of your life to help you reach your goals, big and small. Would you want to know it? And would you do it? One of the guiding principles of my methods as a therapist is the power of repetition. If you … Read More
Whenever I’m about to board a plane, I always look around me to see if there are any babies in the departure lounge. If there are, I love observing the way they obliviously get carried onto an airplane with little to no understanding that they are about to be catapulted thousands of feet into the air in an aluminum tube. Like almost … Read More
I worked with a client who was totally overwhelmed by her life. Her children were hard to manage, her husband unhelpful, and her job left her feeling overstretched and underappreciated every day. During our session, I listened to the language she was using. She repeatedly said: “I can’t cope: I can’t cope with my badly behaved children, I can’t cope … Read More
When I was training to be a therapist, I was really rather alarmed when my teacher said to me, “The mind is really complicated and complex. It takes a lifetime to understand and to master.” I thought, “Well, how is that going to work then? No one has got a lifetime to master their mind.” Furthermore, what is the use … Read More