Your Eating: Are You A Hunter Or A Gatherer?

June 5, 2012
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When it comes to your eating preferences, it pays to know how you’re made. As a sometime follower of the paleo diet, I’m pretty confident that all of us – just like our ancestors – are hunter-gatherers at the physiological level. To enjoy good health, high levels of energy, and relative freedom from obesity and degenerative disease, […]

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6 Ways To Find A Job With The Internet

April 14, 2012
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In my experience, when clients are looking to find a job and get stuck – as in, can’t find suitable jobs to apply for, or are repeatedly rejected from those they do apply for – one reason looms especially large: an unstrategic job-hunt.  I also find that one of the least effective ways of looking for work (but still […]

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Why You Should Never Fight Your Fears

April 10, 2012
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I love fear.  Not because I’m a masochist, but because I recognise it for what it is: an important messenger.  Fear is good, but you wouldn’t think it, to read the statements that frequent the self-help literature and lifestyle magazines: “Feel the fear and do it anyway!” (Oh really? Even if the fear that tells you […]

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Resurrection In The Present Moment

April 8, 2012
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Eástre by Jacques Reich (1909), depicting Ostara – a goddess of Germanic paganism, the namesake of the festival Easter. She brings opportunity for renewal and rebirth. Are you waiting until you’ve changed your circumstances, your job, your weight, your appearance, or your financial situation, before you begin building a life you love? Many of us […]

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Primal Fitness: How To Get It Without Going To A Gym (Or Fleeing A Woolly Mammoth)

April 4, 2012
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 Not what we mean by ‘primal fitness’! Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. Primal fitness is all about moving your body in the ways that nature intended it to be moved, so that you can build strength, stamina, and flexibility.  Although some basic equipment can be used, it’s possible (and desirable) to do a whole lot just using […]

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Your Primal Life Store is OPEN!

April 3, 2012

Roll Up!  Roll Up! You want help living a primal life?  Look no further than the newly-opened Your Primal Life Stores – US and UK branches! It has been my dream for some time to gather together a range of my favourite products and resources to share with you, and that’s exactly what I’ve done […]

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What To Do If You’ve Just Lost Your Job

December 12, 2011

If you’ve just lost your job – or are facing that prospect – it’s not unusual for panic to set in. If that happens, you may be in need of some immediate support to help you figure out a game plan.  That’s what this extract from Module 1 of my Vital Vocation Online Coaching Programme is all […]

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Make An Appointment With Yourself

July 16, 2011

I remember once being summoned to a pretty high-powered meeting, to discuss an important contract that was being delivered by the organisation I worked for at the time. It was one of those meetings which everyone – particularly my boss –  took very seriously; the only viable excuse for missing it would be that you […]

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Emergency Job-Loss Action Plan

June 11, 2011

A preview from my Vital Vocation Online Coaching Programme which launches this Sunday, 12th June. Part Two will be available then and will of course be featured in the programme itself… © Brian Cormack Carr, 2011

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Time Freedom: The 80/20 Rule

May 28, 2011

Vilfredo Federico Damaso Pareto (15 July 1848 – 19 August 1923) was an Italian industrialist, sociologist, economist, and philosopher. He made several important contributions to economics, particularly in the study of income distribution and in the analysis of individuals’ choices. Pareto observed in 1906 that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% […]

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