Good-bye Auckland, New Zealand and hello Suva. It was great to finally fly back to my adopted country Fiji six days ago. Back to the heat and humidity, back to friends, and back to the smiling, and laughing Fijians. The last couple of days in Auckland I reflected a lot about what I learned during my six weeks there. I learnt more than I could have imagined, and it was all about my behaviour, my reactions and my belief systems. Sometimes we have to be a stranger in a new place to able to see what is not working in our lives. But also what is working, and despite my work as a mental coach I were surprised by my own findings. Personal development is one of my favourite “hobbies” but not doing anything about all my discoveries is a waste of time. I want every day to mean something to me; I want to learn new things every day. Sometimes we get more than we ask for, and that happened to me in Auckland. What a challenge it is going to be, to find new solutions to old problems. What is on your mind today? //Marianne
365 DAYS – CHANGE YOUR LIFE ONE DAY AT A TIME
My name is Marianne Pettersson and my goal is to inspire people to live happier, more fulfilled and successful lives. For 365 days I'll blog about life and how everyone can find their own inner balance and excel at what they do.
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Accredited Life Coach since 2005
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Quotes"Remember, happiness doesn't depend upon who you are or what you have, it depends solely upon what you think". Dale Carnegie