Truth Bomb Tuesday: 50 Shades of Failure

I think most of us have our success/failure grading scale calibrated all wrong. For most people, I think there’s one grade of success, and then fifty shades of failure beneath it. Like Success Partial failure Total Failure Miserable Failure Total Trainwreck This is one of those instances where we are just too hard on ourselves. […]

Sunny Skies For Perth Property Portfolios

Happy news at last for Perth, and how to read this particular piece of data. It’s always a risky business calling turns in the market cycle, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that Perth has turned the corner. This is going to sound strange when Perth is still posting some […]

Thinking about thinking… ?

Our thinking about thinking is probably wrong. The idea that our thoughts are ours – that they arise out of our own brains – is relatively new. For a long time, in many civilisations, it was believed that your thoughts emerged from an interplay with your environment. It’s probably hard for us to imagine what […]

Why Doubt is a Good Thing

Even Jesus had a moment of doubt. Is it part of the process? Within most wisdom traditions there are elements that are clear cut (thou shall not steal), and elements that are more mysterious. It’s these more mysterious elements excite me most, and where the biggest opportunities for growth are. And perhaps it’s only because […]

Truth Bomb Tuesday: Device Time, Vice Time

Should you let kids have device time? Should you let yourself? A student of mine was talking about how she’d just decided to stop giving her 4 year old any time with devices. “Screen time leads to scream time,” she said. I think we all kind of get that there has to be limits with […]