The Impact of your
Intentional Attention

When was the last time (if ever), you stopped and thought about where your attention is focused throughout your working day? Is your attention intentionally focused on what will provide you with the best possible results? Let’s broaden this for a moment beyond your work day, to your overall life satisfaction. By the very nature … Read more »

5 Brain Biases That Impact Your Financial Decisions

Can money buy you happiness? For many people, the everyday decisions about what we do with our money, are often made under an illusion of competent decision making. The reality is, our brain has formulated a number of biases that will impact the decisions we make about what we do with our money… and those … Read more »

The juggling act of rebuilding trust

Making an intentional effort to rebuild trust when it has been damaged, is not necessarily all that easy, but can have significant and positive results. For the past five years, our eldest son Matthew has been doing the hard yards pursuing an acting career. To be able to turn up to auditions (typically he’s given … Read more »

Is Positive Psychology Overthinking Happiness?

What if the researchers, academics and practitioners of positive psychology are simply over-thinking happiness and just confusing people? In one of the many wonderful Calvin and Hobbes comic strips by Bill Watterson, the young Calvin happily tells himself “Here I am, happy and content”. In the next frame he questions himself by saying “But not … Read more »

Learn From A Wolf – Really?

Dear Clients, I’m just writing to let you know that I’m sending my sales team to learn the art of persuasion from The Wolf of Wall Street. Say What? Disgusted, angry, sad, upset and bewildered. These are just some of my reactions to having just watched the movie The Wolf of Wall Street. Is Jordan … Read more »

The treadmill of pursuing ‘more’

If you asked most people in your city or town how satisfied they were with their life, how do you think they would respond? How would you respond? I was reading an article today from the Washington Post that was forwarded to me by one of our Intentionomics community members. The article outlined what has … Read more »