By acknowledging the different ways in which men and women communicate we can build stronger relationships. In this episode we discuss these differences and cover some useful tips to help us communicate more effectively.
One of the main issues that confront families and relationships is trying to achieve a balance between work and home life. The word balance tends to indicate a 50/50 arrangement however that’s a big ask. It’s more appropriate to talk about work and home integration to ensure we don’t get... read more →
As blokes we often get told men just don't talk but there is science behind how we can communicate effectively and make an impression. If we understand our self and find a safe place, we will be more willing to spill our guts and tell our story.
When I think back to my younger years of intense physical activity, I can still hear the piercing scream of my gruff footy coach … “push through the pain barrier” and my favorite “get some bloody mongrel in you!!” To push through those grueling pre-season training sessions of hill sprints,... read more →
For farmers seeding and harvest are a couple of extremely busy times of the year. One of the most important things to consider looking after, during these times, is our most valuable resource - us. Having to complete tasks by a set date imposes time pressure and this may make... read more →
We make decisions every single day, sometimes without even knowing it, these are often the easy and simple decisions that are part of our routine of daily life. Decisions that are of a more complex nature, involve more risk, or a decision that must be made under challenging circumstances can... read more →
We’re often told, if unwell, get to the doctor and they will deal with our health and wellbeing issue. The doctor will often give a diagnosis, treatment options and other assistance through referrals and follow up. But it is us as individuals that must make decisions and take action which... read more →
Marty takes us through his personal story, including his suicidal thoughts, hitting rock bottom, and how he came out the other side.
We dispel some of common myths around suicide and discuss the things we can do in our role as primary carers that will make a difference to someones life.
While we are having a holiday or looking forward to one, we have an opportunity to reflect on the past year and look at all the things (good, bad and perhaps ugly) that may have occurred. This process will definitely help us sharpen our focus and aid us in setting... read more →