What Do I Really Want to Achieve – This is a tool for helping us focus on what we need to be fulfilled so that we can direct our energies and thoughts most effectively. It contains 160 cards detailing our most common ambitions and longings, along with instructions on how to reflect on our goals, arrange them in a logical order of priorities and, where necessary, weigh up trade-offs.
Using the cards will help us to reveal our true purpose. The cards can be displayed, photographed or kept close to hand as a reminder of the path ahead.
160 cards + 20 page booklet | 159 x 118 x 21mm
How to Think More Effectively – We know that our minds are capable of great things because, every now and then, they come out with a brilliant idea or two. However, our minds are also unpredictable, spending large stretches of time idling or distracting themselves. This is a book about how to optimise these beautiful yet fitful instruments so that they can more regularly and generously produce the sort of insights and ideas we need to fulfil our potential and achieve the contentment we deserve.
Paperback book | 138 pages | 175mm x 127mm x 15mm | Colour photographs
On Confidence – The difference between success and failure often hangs on a concept that our standard education system never touches: confidence. This book walks us around the key issues that stop us from making more of our potential.
Hardback book | 95 pages | 187 x 115 mm | colour photographs
Writing as Therapy Journal – Projects – We have so many vague feelings of hurt, envy, anxiety, and regret, but for the most part we never stop to make sense of them. It’s too un-comfortable and especially difficult because we are so often busy and frazzled, hyper-connected yet a bit lonely. To really understand what we feel and think, we must turn away from distractions, common sense, and other people’s opinions. We need to develop intimacy with ourselves.
A5 Linen bound notebook | 210 x 148 mm | 192 pages | 100grm Munken paper (acid-free) with printed dot grid
Motivation Card Set – Good work involves feeling engaged and motivated by what we’re doing – and battling inertia and weariness with courage and imagination.
Fortunately, motivation is not a gift from the gods; it is a quality we can nurture in ourselves and encourage in others.
Motivation is a tool for increasing our effectiveness; 52 exercises designed to train our brains to find their bearings and generate their very best efforts.
Please note, the items arrive as a collection but are not gift-wrapped.