I think this is one of those questions where everyone wants to know the answer.
What's the secret to wealth and happiness?
Many people spend their lives chasing money and wanting and waiting to be happy. But for many people these two goals are always just a little out of reach, it’s never going to happen for them. They'll not succeed. They'll never become “wealthy” and they don’t know how to make t...
I met Lisa Simmons at a networking event on the Wirral and we hit it off straight away, she mentioned she would love for me to come and be a guest on her new show, the 52% show which had just started to be aired on Bay TV, a local TV channel for Liverpool. I thought it was one of those throw away comments, and didn’t expect anything to come from it.
However, a few weeks later I got an e-mail from Beth...
In order to live an extraordinary quality of life, Tony Robbins talked about the need to master two skills. The Science of Achievement and the Art of Fulfilment. In this blog post I look at both in more detail.
When I first heard Tony talking about this, the main thought I had was this is so true and I believe in this 100%. It reminded me of, The Secret and The Law of Attraction.
There are so many people who live average lives, they wake up in the morning, have the same breakfast every day, head out to work and do the standard nine to five, come home exhausted, collapse on the sofa and turn the TV on. That’s it, they do this Monday through Friday and really do live for the weekend or for the two week holiday they have once a year.
Around Thredbo there are another five alternative walks you can do. These walks all begin at Valley Terminal at the base of the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift and according to the guide are relatively easy.
If you have the time this is a great way to loosen up and acclimatise for the longer walks at a higher altitude.
In 1840 there was a Polish explorer called Paul Strzelecki who named the mountain after a Polish freedom fighter called General Tadeusz Kosciuszko whose tomb is of a similar shape back in Krakow.
Before 1997 the name was spelled Kosciusko without the ‘z’. The Geographical Names Board of New South Wales agreed to change the spelling to ‘Kosciuszko’ which is the correct spelling of the General Surname.