by on 18 July, 2018
<!--[if gte mso 9]><xml> <o:OfficeDocumentSettings> <o:AllowPNG/> </o:OfficeDocumentSettings> </xml><![endif]--><!--EndFragment--> The promise of quick weight loss can be so seductive….It can fill you with excitement and hope and have you thinking, “This is the one that’s going to change my life!”. Let’s face it; we have all fallen for a quick fix diet at some stage in our lives. Some of us maybe more than others…. Many smart women are locked into an unwinnable weight game, and feel stuck in...
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by on 29 June, 2018
Hi there! Here are some helpful tips from Naomi Simson, one of our key speaker for our upcoming Business Solutions Summit. Overcoming Procrastination We are all about planning this month in our business community and in sticking to the ‘plan’, I have set aside a whole day to plan for a very busy few months ahead. Yet as I sit down to get things done, I’m finding anything and everything put in front of me distracting. I know I need to move things forward but procrastination is sneaking in… As we ...
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by on 10 December, 2017
Life deals out many challenges from the day we are born. We all have a story that becomes a limiting attachment and dishes out all kinds of life lessons depending on our evolutionary path. Whatever the story, it is all just a form of energy. Essentially we are powerful formless beings residing in a physical form. Instinctively our human qualities resist the one thing we came here for... love, in many energetic forms. Unknowingly, we avoid so many aspects of ourselves that are essentially invisib...
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by on 25 October, 2017
If you take the time to study humanity, you will discover that all human behaviour is driven by fear or faith. Fear and faith are the driving forces behind our beliefs, our thoughts, our feelings, our behaviours and therefore our results! Fear stems from insecurity, faith stems from security... Fear is about self-preservation.It causes us to hold ourselves back and therefore, limits us from realizing and fulfilling our unique potential in life. Living from a place of fear produces bondage! Faith...
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by on 2 October, 2017
Education does not mean teaching people what they do not know,it means teaching them to behave as they do not behave - John Ruskin When it comes to achieving results, most people already know what they need to do to get the results they want, they just don't do it... Some common examples are:-We know what we need to do to lose weight but we don't exercise and we succumb to eating things we know we shouldn't eat...-We know what we need to do to save money but we keep spending it...-We know what w...
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by on 9 September, 2017
Moeloco, means Dream Crazy and this is my crazy story.  Deciding to start a business isn’t always easy and I admit, I was a bit of a serial entrepreneur in the past. Prior to starting Moeloco, I went through the process of discovering who I was and appreciating my many unique gifts – and it was through recognising my self-worth that I discovered a deep desire to inspire others.  Through meeting like-minded people on my life’s travels, I made a discovery that would change my life forever: there ...
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by on 23 April, 2017
Before I started writing why last book, The Cult of Dissatisfaction, I was in a very negative space. There had been a number of things over the years of my professional career that had gradually got me more and more down. This included pressures from the legal industry, events that increasingly caused me to doubt my abilities, and gender discrimination. Finally I hit rock bottom. I was told by a mentor that I had created everything I had in my life. He meant this in an empowering way, because I ...
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by on 10 April, 2017
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by on 17 October, 2016
    This is the final in our series on emotional intelligence.  This week, we’ll put the last four weeks together and summarise for you. 1.      Get to know yourself.  Identify the feelings you have in various situations.  It’s normal to have a range of emotions and developing the skill of naming them will help you select the ones you want to learn to control. 2.      There’s something calming about being able to identify a feeling you’re having.  The trick to achieving this is to step outside ...
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by on 11 October, 2016
  This is the second last in our series on emotional intelligence.  As described in the opening blog, EI may be defined as identifying and controlling personal emotions and the emotions of others.  As mentioned previously, at Business in Heels, we do not endorse manipulating people for personal gain.  Such gains are short-term, damage your reputation and make you someone others don’t want to be around.  This is not what we’re about. Okay, now that the disclaimer is out of the way… Negotiation i...
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by on 7 October, 2016
The last couple of blogs have been about everyone’s favourite topic – You!  Of course, when seeking to achieve your desired outcomes from social and business interactions, controlling who you are is the easy part.  Influencing others is far harder. Before trying to influence them, it’s important to go through the exercise of understanding them by identifying their emotions just as we have done our own.  How can you influence something if you don’t know what it is? We all see the emotional respo...
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by on 28 September, 2016
  Having a high level of emotional intelligence enables people to more beneficially deal with social and business situations.  It’s also a skill that may be developed with practice so if your EI needs a boost, read on… Last week, we discussed developing the habit of identifying your emotions.  This is a trait of people with higher levels of emotional intelligence.  Once you know your emotions, you’re closer to controlling them and this is the next step to achieving your goals in any personal in...
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