Protect your greatest asset


Have you ever had one of those days when the thought of adding one more thing to your list was overwhelming and made you feel sick to your stomach? Have you ever found yourself running around, taking care of the people around you, your loved ones and your family, and then it hits you like a steam train—you realize that there’s nothing left for you to give? It all gets to be too much and it feels like it’s hard … [Read more...]

Drop by Drop, Feed Your Success For Business, Sport and Life

Masaru Emoto

Words have a nutrient value. All too often we speak to ourselves in a way that isn’t positive. The words we choose to use to others and ourselves impact on our ability to be successful in life, in our businesses and in our sports. A taste of fresh fruit, or delicious homemade chicken noodle soup or delectable treat from the local bakery, impacts the body in many ways. The food can provide energy, comfort and … [Read more...]

Hamptonstone book signing at upcoming Blazers game


Mental Performance Trainer, sports instructor, NLP consultant and author Isabelle Hamptonstone will be autographing copies of her new book, 101 Short Steps to Radiance on Saturday, March 10 at 7 p.m. at the Intetrior Savings Centre prior to the Kamloops Blazers' hockey game. The book is comprised of simple daily actions to train brains to become more optimistic, more powerful, more productive and for people to … [Read more...]

Don’t just try — do!


Have you ever decided to achieve a goal and then tried, and tried, to do it but it just never came to fruition? Me too! When we say we are going to try to do a task, in our sport, our business or our relationships, the word “try” implies to the unconscious mind that we’re just as likely to fail at our task as we are to succeed. It’s a 50:50 mental energy split. Star Wars’ Jedi Master Yoda hit the nail on the … [Read more...]

What other people think of you is their concern

juggling cats

What happens when you feel like someone doesn’t like you? A whole room of people may like you, but if there’s one there that doesn’t, does it become your whole focus, zapping energy out of you like a slow leak in an otherwise full balloon? Let me tell you, if you’re worrying about who likes you and who doesn’t, it’s just like juggling kittens. Worrying about people liking you and tossing the family pets around is … [Read more...]