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3 Rocks on a Shelf

3 rocks on a shelf. No, it’s not the start of a bad joke. To you these look like just 3 different rocks, well, let’s face it – that’s what they are! But to me, they represent a lot more than that. The smooth round

Do You Have Niagara Syndrome?

Niagara Syndrome,  have you got it? Earlier today I was sitting down talking to a couple of friend’s of mine. We were talking about how many people get stuck in the trap of being conditioned into to going through the motions of life. So I

Just Be Yourself Is Bad Advice

I was recently scrolling through my social media news feed and saw a girls plea for help with building confidence. As you can imagine people reached out to help the young lass however it was peppered with peoples opinions, stated as facts; all of which

I Met A Few Heroes

At the time of writing this, I was sat down having just been to an event with other entrepreneurs. I really do love being around like-minded people, the ability to connect and engage, with the prospect that a life/business changing insight could just be a flippant

Overcoming Overwhelm

There are many a time in life that one can feel overwhelmed. When one is standing in a shop and can’t make a choice on what chocolate bar to buy, when ones is looking in the wardrobe and don’t know what outfit to pick or when

10 Ways to Stop Procrastinating Now

What’s is the opposite of making it happen? Procrastinating. With that in mind, I thought it was about time I put some letters on the screen about how to overcome the thing that never has any benefits. Procrastinating. I’ve got my fair share of knowledge

The Truth About Being Confident

One of the excuses I hear most often as to why people don’t achieve what they would like to is ‘I don’t have the confidence’. So I thought it was about time I did a blog on this. The excuses come in many forms but

6 Life Lessons From Climbing Mont Blanc

Last year my good friend Adam said “I know what would be a brilliant social media profile picture for you Will, you on a mountain with a Make It Happen flag”. I instantly agreed, suggested climbing to the summit of the highest mountain in western