Over the years I have found many wonderful, accessible and sometimes free resources to help in a variety of ways. I thought I would share these with you here:

Recommend Links

Ted Talks is a huge store of short (max 18 mins) talks by leading experts and offers many ideas to help you change your thinking. Just search for a subject that is important to you and there will be at least one talk on the round red rug.

Its good to be vulnerable

How the brain changes as we grow and why we can change a mood in 90 seconds

How the mind works from the inside out

How thought creates habits

Living in the now

The patterns we use when interacting with others (parent/ adult/child)

Setting intentions Jim Carey


You tube: The dragon story – Michael Neill

You tube: Why Aren’t We Awesomer? | Michael Neill | TEDxBend

You tube: The Neuroanatomical Transformation of the Teenage Brain: Jill Bolte Taylor at TEDxYouth@Indianapolis

Youtube: The power of vulnerability | Brené Brown

Transactional Analysis 1: ego states & basic transactions (how we respond from beliefs)

Transactional Analysis 2: games  (people trying to satisfy a need)

Transactional Analysis 3: gimmicks (our own needs)

You tube: Eckhart Tolle – Enjoying Every Moment – FULL Movie

Regarding being present  from 26.40 – 33.30 minutes

Recommend Reading

I’ve read so many books it’s hard to know which ones to recommend until a need arises but here’s a few of my favourites:

  • How to have a good day – Caroline Webb
  • Somebody should have told us  – Jack Pransky
  • The Inside Out revolution – Michael Neill
  • Invisible Power – Insight Principals at work – Manning, Charbit, Krot
  • The Relationship Handbook – George Pransky
  • Your Brain at work – David Rock
  • Solve for Happy – Mo Gawdat. (my favourite book)
  • Snap Selling – Jill Konrath
  • Yes – 50 secrets from the science of persuasion – Goldstein, Martin, Cialdini
  • The Power of Habit – Charles Duhigg
  • The Little Book of Big Change – Dr Amy Johnson
  • Our Iceberg is melting – John Kotter
  • Who moved my cheese – Dr Spencer Johnson


Many are available on as listening books.