In today’s fast-paced world, patience is becoming a lost art, says life coach Jan Aitken.
There’s value in rediscovering the spaces between the noise, writes Jan Aitken.
Feeling content with your lot in life? That's not a bad thing, writes Jan Aitken.
What is it about being given a compliment that makes us feel uncomfortable, asks life coach Jan Aitken.
You only have control over your thoughts, feelings and behaviour, lifestyle coach Jan Aitken writes.
There are any number of ways in which we beat ourselves up, but knowing what they are means we are better placed to push back, life coach Jan Aitken says.
It could be that our grandparents knew a thing or two about what was important in life, lifestyle coach Jan Aitken writes.
The tyranny of choice only seems to get more oppressive as the hours pass. Sound familiar? Could be a reason for that, life coach Jan Aitken writes.
Taking a step back to get perspective can help us develop emotional agility, life coach Jan Aitken says.
In a fast-paced world, 10 minutes of going slow can put things in perspective, Jan Aitken writes
Change can be good, life coach Jan Aitken writes.
Becoming who we'd like to be requires some attention to detail, says life coach Jan Aitken.
An obstacle doesn't have to be the end of the road, life coach Jan Aitken writes.
Procrastinators unite - tomorrow. In the meantime, it's probably best to get on with the task at hand, writes life coach Jan Aitken.
After having boldly decided on some goals/intentions to work towards achieving this year, it's not uncommon to get the speed wobbles and start to doubt whether or not you can really achieve what you want to, life coach Jan Aitken writes.
This could be the year. But if so, it is probably going to require some planning, writes life coach Jan Aitken.
Science confirms it: a little thanks goes a long way, writes life coach Jan Aitken.
I was asked last week what I was passionate about when life coaching, Jan Aitken writes.
The more choices we have, the more regret we have as well, life coach Jan Aitken writes.
There's a lot of mental energy involved in maintaining our stuff, life coach Jan Aitken says.