WELCOME TO THE BIG LIFE BLOG

Sometimnes there’s just more to talk about than Twitter’s 280 characters or LinkedIn’s 1300 will allow. When that happens, I come here and let my thoughts unfold. I’d love you to join the conversation, to get your take on things and hear your questions.

Define your own reality

In these strange days of a global pandemic, with its lockdowns, distancing, isolation, panic-buying and more, never more has it been so important to hold onto one simple, yet powerful,

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Everyone needs someone

Whether it’s in your business, your family, your wider social circles, or in the adventure into your real life, without relationships – good, healthy, solid relationships – you, and your

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Expand your horizons

The best is yet to come. There, I said it: no matter how good it may be, today is not the end game, not the final destination, not the pinnacle

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Find your middle

Do you spend time wondering if you’re making the right decision, or if you’re in the right place, or if it’s the right time?  I do. Or, at least I

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First, help yourself

Live a Big Life is an adventure. It is an outworking of everything that sits at the core of who I am. It flows out of a burning desire to

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Happiness on purpose…

… or, breaking free of the Hedonic Treadmill. Let me ask you a question: does it sometimes feel like finding happiness is about as easy as herding cats? You seem

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Hope springs eternal

Hope is one of those strange concepts that, when spoken about, elicits a wide spectrum of reactions. Some see the idea of ‘hope’ as almost delusional – detached in some

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A wise man once said…

Wisdom is a lot of things. On the theoretical side of things, it might be seen as an exceptional level of human functioning – a state of mind and way

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Aim for the floor

What if you didn’t have to be the one – be the one to achieve it all, to make it to the top, to square the circle, or be the

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Are you playing it safe?

You may be one of the few people walking the earth who is genuinely living their real life. But, if you can’t count yourself among that number, why is that?

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