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Personal Development Archives - Page 5 of 12 - Jo Emerson Personal Development Archives - Page 5 of 12 - Jo Emerson

Truth month February 3, 2016 – Posted in: Personal Development

Each month this year I’m going to be writing about a different topic and February is truth month! So, why do I want to talk about truth? Because I believe our lack of truth-telling underpins so many of our problems.

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Joy in January January 19, 2016 – Posted in: Confidence, Personal Development

Here in the UK we talk a lot about having the ‘January blues’ because the cold weather and post-Christmas comedown are foremost in people’s minds. So, to my mind that means January is the best time to talk about joy! Because true joy has less to do with what’s happening on the outside and far more to do with what’s happening on the inside.

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Happy New Year! January 6, 2016 – Posted in: Personal Development

  I’ve been struck this week by the number of people on social media dreading the return to reality after the Christmas break. The holidays can be wonderful of course, but I believe that the ‘everyday’ can be just as wonderful if we choose to see it.

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Letting go… December 13, 2015 – Posted in: Confidence, Personal Development

Sometimes you just have to let go of things or people or situations. Not because you’ve failed or they’ve failed. Maybe just because it simply isn’t working any more. Einstein said that insanity is, ‘doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.’ I can see now that before I let go of something I will often be caught up in the insanity Einstein describes. Letting go often isn’t easy –…

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Practising acceptance – Posted in: Personal Development

I’m blessed to have some incredibly wise people in my life and one of them has just said this… “Practising acceptance does not mean doing nothing. Rather, it means staying with the uncomfortable feelings whilst praying, meditating and thinking on what the next right action is to take.”

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