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Next Point!

Malcolm Levene | Posted 29.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Malcolm Levene

Last year while watching Wimbledon on TV, a well known American tennis player mentioned how, after losing a game, her first thought was 'Next point.' I was rather taken with this attitude/approach. It kind of sums up how I coach - I focus on what's next, rather than what's happened. As you know, we can't change our past, but we certainly can influence our future.

The Wimbledon Attitude

Lucy Roberts | Posted 05.09.2014 | UK
Lucy Roberts

In tennis, if players turned sour after losing a match, they only lose their sportsmanship and credit. They let only themselves down. This is the same whether they lose, or they win. Nothing is to be gained from boasting in a win, or blaming others for a loss. The same goes for life.

Happiness: Top Tips...

Andy Cope | Posted 27.07.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Andy Cope

If we plotted your 'well-being' (ie, your emotions) during the week, you'd have a natural high point and a natural low point. Your high is when you've got bags of enthusiasm, a twinkle in your eye and a grin on your face. Life feels good. You are flourishing. The other end of the spectrum is the low level you.

Online Privacy: Terms of Engagement

Louise Orpin | Posted 09.04.2014 | UK Tech
Louise Orpin

Negative comments. We all get them. Not many of us enjoy them, but the majority of us can take the rough with the smooth. However, there is always that one statement (the straw that breaks the camel's back, if you will) that forces us to snap. To respond. To cause an issue. But what makes us do this? And why can't we take a step back, a deep breath, and realise that it's not that big a deal?

Your Actions Do Make a Difference

Maggie Currie | Posted 06.12.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Maggie Currie

By holding on to the belief that our actions don't make much of a difference, we tend to ignore all the opportunities for involvement that are available to us. We just fail to see them.

Desire to Inspire

Rachel Argyle | Posted 23.06.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Rachel Argyle

Inspiring people come in all shapes and sizes and from all walks of life. The people you choose as friends often inspire you. They lift you up instead of drag you down. Share your daily achievements with others and let them share theirs with you, and you never know who you might inspire next or who might tell you something that changes your life.

Changing Your Life in Two Minutes

Carin King | Posted 18.06.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Carin King

Many of us will have started this New Year with a host of resolutions about how to improve many aspects of our life in an attempt to make ourselves look and feel better.