Beyond Happiness – The A to Z of Intentionomics: #049 Feelings

Living a ‘good life’ means more than just happiness! In this video series I’ve selected from 101 keywords and discuss how each word can impact your potential to live a more happy, flourishing and prosperous personal and work life. This is keyword # 49 – Feelings Sometimes you will be more aware of how you … Read more »

25 Questions For Your Wellbeing

This is a ‘take stock of your truth’ exercise and a great way to prepare for 2014. As part of my review for 2013, I’ve been thinking about key questions I’ve been asked that fit the ‘how do I’ theme, and here are 25 questions that seem to capture most (certainly not all) of the … Read more »

A different view on motivation and incentives

What really motivates you in your personal and work life? You’ve probably seen this before, but as I’ve just finished extensive reading on the original research studies and findings from the researchers (Deci and Ryan) who’s Self Determination Theory is what Dan Pink seems to have based his explanation of what works and what doesn’t … Read more »

A Positive Christmas – HopeFM Interview

I was thrilled to be invited by Leigh Hatcher onto HopeFM’s ‘Open House’ program where we discussed how to have a positive Christmas. I hope you enjoy listening to the interview as much as I enjoyed the discussion with Leigh.

Mandela – An Intentional Life

With the passing of Nelson Mandela this morning (Sydney time), it would be negligent of me not to respectfully acknowledge the wonderful life role example of what it means to be a person of character and a person of clear intention. So often here on the Intentionomics Blog I’ve posted articles and commentary about role … Read more »

Why you may lack motivation in your life

While most people in business are probably aware of the importance of goals in their personal and business lives, the question remains, what stops people from achieving the goals they set. While there are a number of reasons, one line of research that I’m focusing on in my Master Degree in Applied Positive Psychology is … Read more »