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Tag Archives: psychology

Appearing on Making Waves: Conversations with Influencers and Disruptors June 30

I’m very pleased to tell you that I’ll be appearing on Making Waves: Conversations with Influencers and Disruptors, June 30 (Pacific Time). This is part of the TEDxSantaBarbara community, and I’m looking forward to not only connecting back with this community and Mark Sylvester who will be interviewing, but also with the wider TEDx world. […]

Front Page of Twizel Update: Speaking on June 28

Yesterday, I had a great chat with the Editor of the Twizel Update, resulting in a front page story of this week’s issue. This is ahead of me visiting Twizel on June 28th to do a public talk in the evening at the Events Centre from 7-8.30pm on COVID-19 and our future from a psychological […]

The Reviews For The Little Book of Sleep Are Starting To Come In: And They Are 5 STAR

My new book has been out for a little over two weeks now – it feels so much longer some how. And the good news is that reviews are coming in And I’m so pleased to say that people are enjoying the book and finding it useful. Here’s another 5 star review from Richard Hulse […]

Interview with Men’s Health UK: Resilience to Stress

It was great to be invited to talk with Men’s Health UK on how to spot and manage daily stress, and how technology can help. In this case, the magazine was featuring a Fitbit device. Personally, I have started using an Apple Watch over the past year during my own experience of trying to manage […]

Mid-Year Mental Health Tips Refresher

Everyday life can be demanding. When things seem like they are getting on top of you, here’s a brief reminder of helpful wellbeing behaviours. Try these prompts to preserve your balance, or re-balance yourself. 1. Value yourself: Try to be kind and avoid self-criticism. Whether you want to broaden your horizons or make time for […]

How to prepare for the impact of low-frequency events or HILFs

What can we do to prepare for the impact of low-probability occurrences but with the potential of huge impact? Climate change, solar flares, biological accidents or attacks, and technological malfeasance can all be included in this category – though the probability of these are changing al the time e.g. cyber attacks. Governments should invest in […]

MY NEW BOOK! The Little Book of Sleep is here

I have exciting news! My new book is here and it will help you to SLEEP EASY again. The Little Book of Sleep is a quick read, and absolutely PACKED full of tips. Find out how you’re RUINING your sleep. I know that my sleep was not good – and it was one of the reasons why I wrote this book. […]

Better Safe Than Sorry

The news that the vaccine timetable for those in Group 4 – most of the New Zealand population – has slipped from July to the ‘end of July’ is concerning enough on its own. But now we also see that there is a small outbreak of Covid-19 cases in Melbourne, which authorities are scrambling to […]

[SOLUTION] If you’ve tried to order my paperback book from Amazon and you’ve been told its not available, here’s why

If you’ve ordered my paperback book from Amazon, especially in the UK and have been told it’s out of stock, I can only apologise. To be honest, I’m bewildered, confused and more than a little annoyed. I suspect this is a combination of incompetence on the part of IngramSpark (who is my printer and supplier […]

Preparing for Covid-19 in the Community When Borders Start to Re-Open

Let’s imagine that we have a vaccination campaign that has gone really well in New Zealand, with a high proportion of the population receiving the Pfizer / BioNTech jab. As more people get vaccinated, community protection also increases. Let’s also imagine that, globally, numbers of cases of Covid-19 have fallen dramatically, but pandemic coronavirus variants […]