Social & Societal Issues

  • 3 Coaching Questions that will Change Your Life

    Nothing beats the power of a really good question to get your mind’s flywheel up and spinning, and these 3 coaching questions have the power to change your life.

    How do you know you’ve found a good coaching question? You’ll keep coming back to it, understanding it from different angles, over and over again, over a period of years.

    The following three coaching questions are the most powerful I’ve ever come across, and they will have dramatic long-term impact on your life if you keep applying them.

    Fair warning, even though these look like simple and innocent questions, they will catapult you onto a new level in your development path over time. Unpacking these can also greatly accelerate your development journey.

  • 5 answers to the question: what does he or she want?

    As a relationship coach I often hear the question, “What does he/she want?”

    Here are five possible answers to the question of what your partner, or the person you’re longing after, wants.

  • 5 practical ways that 5D will change our day-to-day lives – with infographic

    As the shift and awakening continue around the world, what practical changes can we expect to see in our day-to-day lives as 5D becomes our new reality?

    The 5D reality and 5D are terms that you see bandied about a lot these days, especially if your favourite Internet haunts happen to be focused on New Age spiritual information flow.

    What is 5D though, what does it mean and how can practically expect it to change your day-to-day life? What does 5D actually mean for you?

  • 5 ways innovation can accelerate in a world without money

    What would happen to creativity and innovation if we could wave a magic wand and make budgetary limitations go away?

    How can innovation accelerate in a world without money?

  • 5 ways the system traps you and keeps you trapped

    The System is one of those concepts like they… everyone kind of has an idea of what it is, but it’s vague and no one can actually define it.

    What is the system exactly? What are the ways that the system traps you and keeps you trapped?

  • 5 ways watching porn makes you dislike sex

    As anyone who has ever dealt with a pornography addiction will know, people who are addicted to porn would much rather watch porn than have sex.

    Why does this happen? Why does watching porn make you dislike and avoid sex?

  • 6 hacks to make your next diet really effective

    Dieting and weight loss are not easy, but these six life coaching tips and hacks can help you make sure that your next plan will work more quickly and effectively by getting your body, mind and heart in on the game.

  • 6 reasons you want to live in a world without money

    What would a world not driven by money look like? And what are the reasons you’d want to live in a world without money?

    Money is a powerful driver in the modern world, and for the most part, we’ve elevated it to the point of necessity. However, the truth is that money is not necessary to how we live our lives or structure our society.

    So take a walk with me as we imagine a world without money, and what that will mean for our day-to-day lives.

  • Beauty is in the Eye of the Beholder – an honest look at fat & skinny shaming

    In beauty is in the eye of the beholder, we take an honest look at the trend of fat and skinny shaming that is so prevalent on social media nowadays.

    It’s really difficult not to go onto a social media site nowadays and not see at least one post where someone is pointing out that the person in the picture is too thin or too fat… or pointing out a part of a (usually female) body, that honestly is usually far from visually appealing, and harping on about how this is definitely sexy.

    It’s also impossible to pick up a woman’s magazine and not see some sort of ‘who looked good and who looked terrible’ type of feature, often analysing the usually more wobbly bits of some celebrity’s body.

    Most often, these kinds of activities are often known as fat shaming, and involve pointing out how bad or less-than-perfect most women’s bodies are. In extreme cases the posts will attack obesity head on in a very denigrating manner.

  • Being brave & controversial in your content marketing

    Content marketing differs from traditional PR in that it is educational and informative entertainment – but importantly, it is entertainment.

    People have to be interested and you have to keep their interest – and in our quick-fix world of instant gratification that can be a difficult thing to do.

    So how do you create great content that gets noticed and has feet in our cluttered media space?

  • Calling all practitioners: a worldwide forgiveness healing session

    So in order to heal the world and fix it, I think we’ve all realised that it’s time to stop talking and start taking whatever action we can.

    One resource that we have available to use is healing sessions – and arranging a worldwide proxy healing session for the planet is something we can all band together and do at little to no cost.

  • Coming back down to earth

    On 8 August 2016, we saw Lion’s Gate Portal, a release of the cosmic unity energy onto Earth’s plane.

    Since then however, for spiritual peeps around the world, there has been a sense of coming back down to Earth, hitting reality and feeling decidedly human again – after years of being on a non-stop spiritual surge.

    You’re not alone if you’ve been feeling this, and you’re definitely not alone if you’re battling to cope with moving back into human and secular reality.

  • Confusing a Team Culture with Blind Obedience

    Every now and again South Africa produces a really amazing speaker and business personality, and Vusi Themebekwayo certainly makes that grade.

    A self-made millionaire and youngest ever Director of a JSE listed company, Vusi has been labeled the “Rockstar of Public Speaking” by former Australian Prime Minister, John Howard. Appearing on the local edition of Dragon’s Den, Vusi is a leadership genius that did more than 200 speaking engagements around the world in 2013 alone.

  • Creation or Evolution? The Spiritual Answer & How it All Works

    A different take on the creation or evolution debate, unpacking how both can fit in according to spiritual principles.

    The creation vs. evolution debate has been going forever - and with good reason: a definitive answer to the question would presuppose the answers to where we come from and what life on earth means. It would answer a lot of questions.

  • Did your child’s personality and behavior suddenly change?

    What can you do if your child’s personality and behavior has suddenly changed – and what is behind the shift?

    Around the world, parents are experiencing situations where their children go from angels to demons - seemingly overnight.

    Often there seems to be no triggering factor for this change, and the contrast in behavior can be extreme, in many cases leaving parents at their wit’s end.

  • History is the problem with our world

    If we’re going to change the world, we’re going to have to think carefully about what our future will be.

    Here are the reasons why I think history is one of the problems with our world, and why it should be something we revisit if we want to change the future.

  • How instant gratification sabotages your manifesting

    We often talk of having an instant gratification society, but what does this really mean and how does your impatience get in the way of the desires you’d like to manifest?

  • How manifesting money & things makes you depressed

    How does manifesting money and things make you depressed over the long term?

    Around the world, people are depressed. Current international suicide rates stand at 16 people per 100,000 population, or to put that in easier terms: around the world someone commits suicide every 40 seconds.

    So, between starting to read this article and reaching this point, two people have died by suicide already.

  • How the drive for productivity stifles creativity in the workplace

    When I first started copywriting, I remember getting the draft documents for a huge copywriting job that never went through - a series of white papers. I spent months writing and rewriting them anyway.

  • How to change the world: an economy of love

    Around the world we’re talking about changing the world, but many of us just don’t know what to do or where to begin.

    What could an economy of love look like, and what are the changes you can start implementing in your business right now to make a difference?

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