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What does confidence look like in kids?

What does confidence look like in kids? For kids, confidence is not an inflated sense of self-importance, or the idea that the world owes them something, or that they are entitled to anything they want. But confidence means that they can make meaningful choices. Confidence is the belief that they can do things and that

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Parenting

A lesson from the tragic death of Phil Walsh

When I attended the Chairmans dinner at the West Coast Eagles- Adelaide Crows AFL game a few week ago there was a pall of sadness in the room. It was the Crow’s first game since the death of their coach Phil Walsh. He had also worked at the Eagles for 5 years and was close

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Society

Three ways to make sure change sticks

Welcome to the final post in the SOCK theory – a tool for personal and corporate change series. The success of this tool relies on completing all of the steps in order. So if you missed any, head here to return to the start. [image type=”thumbnail” float=”none” src=”https://brucerobinson.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/2.png” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] Congratulations on making it

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Personal Development

Three ways to make that change you always talk about

Welcome to part three of the SOCK theory – a tool for change. The success of this tool relies on completing all of the steps. So if you missed any, start here first. [image type=”thumbnail” float=”none” src=”https://brucerobinson.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/1.png” info=”none” info_place=”top” info_trigger=”hover”] I know this can be a difficult journey, but please stay with us. So far

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Miscellaneous

My surprise whilst wading ashore at Anzac Cove

I visited Gallipoli several years ago and decided to walk out into the freezing waters of Anzac cove in a cold twilight. The water was so cold my hands ached. I felt irritated. As I turned around to wade back into shore, I was struck by a wave not of water, but of emotion. I

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Personal Development

Four ways you might be playing the blame game today

Welcome to part two of the SOCK theory – a tool for change. The success of this tool relies on completing all of the steps in order. So if you missed the first one, stop, click here, and complete step one. Then come back here for step two. I have noticed that I have a

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