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How Wabi Sabi can make you a better problem solver

Wabi Sabi is a Japanese concept which makes you appreciate and find beauty in imperfection.

It is not to be confused with Japanese horseradish ๐Ÿ˜‚

In my last video, I gave you the first step that my coaching clients undertake when they do problem solving therapy to combat stress: problem identification and formulation.

The next step is to brainstorm possible solutions.

However, before you proceed to this stage, I recommend that you take a Wabi Sabi walk.

Please watch this short video to learn more (Duration 4:36 min. Hit CC for subtitles)

If you know of a team who could benefit from learning more about problem solving therapy as a way to build resilience and safeguard mental health, please contact me on

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Six Rules For Rational Thinking

I consider myself a rational human.

But that doesn’t mean that all my thoughts are always 100% rational and logical.

If they were, I wouldn’t experience self-doubt or self-judgement.

Today I’d like to share with you something I’ve learnt about rational thinking and how there are rules for thinking which can help you to evaluate your thought processes.

Please watch this video for a short introduction to Albert Ellis’ ABC model and David Goodman’s Six Rules for Rational Thinking.

I think you’ll like it.