Life satisfaction, Self-Trust and How You Use Time

Overall, how satisfied are you with your life? It’s an interesting question isn’t it! This is one of the most asked questions by positive psychology researchers. Some research is also focused on how your overall life satisfaction is impacted by the way you use your time. Sadly for many of us we take time for … Read more »

Taking stock of your self-trust and truth about money

We are fast approaching the end of this financial year… and it’s a timely reminder for some of us to take stock of our truth about our finances. Can your future-self trust your current-self to manage your finances today in ways that secure your lifestyle in the future? The current kerfuffle with the Federal Budget … Read more »

Intentional Trust, Federal Budget and Business Strategy

Regardless of your political persuasion, or what your personal opinion is about the Federal Budget, many Australians are shaking their heads and acknowledging that we just can’t trust politicians with the promises they make. Using the Intentionomics Trust Model as a framework for this brief discussion we start with the Intentions of the Federal Government. … Read more »

International Day of Families at Work and Home

Do you savour and are you grateful for the support you receive from your friends, family, work colleagues and maybe even clients? It might seem like there is an international day of ‘something’ almost every day. However, while we’ve just finished celebrating, savouring and being grateful for our mums on Mothers Day, this coming 15th … Read more »

Mother’s Day – A Day For Gratitude

With mother’s day approaching this weekend I always have mixed emotions. My mum died very young at age 54… this year I reach the same age as my mum was when she died thirty years ago. I share this with you in this post as I know I’m not the only one to lose their … Read more »

2UE Interview on Trust with George and Paul

I was interviewed on Saturday by the enigmatic George Moore and Paul B. Kidd about International Day of Trust. If you missed it, an audio link will be available soon on the ‘In The Media’ section on this site. One of the observations that Paul made was about the lack of trust we have in … Read more »

Social Networking Amplifies Importance Of Trust and Character

The current situation that former Olympic and Commonwealth Games swimmer, Geoff Heugill and his publicist wife, Sarah Hill, find themselves in, is one that shows the complexity of what it means to live an Intentional life. Huegill and Hill were allegedly caught with cocaine at Sydney’s Randwick Racecourse. We all stuff up from time to … Read more »

International Trust Day – 3rd May

My friend Vanessa Hall, author of The Truth About Trust has a wonderful saying that “Trust Is Fragile” and for the past few years now has been promoting May 3rd as International Trust Day. You can learn more about it by clicking here. It’s a very elegant way of talking about trust isn’t it… “Trust … Read more »