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An invoice arrived yesterday and, due to circumstances outside of my control, it was for an amount rather larger than I was expecting. A spider helped calm me down.

I read and reread the invoice and thought, ‘can this be right?’ as I felt the acidic pang of the primal ‘fight, flight, or freeze’ feeling rush through my body. A feeling society had conditioned me to deem as unpleasant. …

Change requires us to admit a few things to ourselves…

Make sustainable change Part 2/3 — acknowledging the ego

In PART 1 of this Make sustainable change series we discovered a method for figuring out what you love to do — what a prime driver is. In this article, PART 2, we will discuss how your ego is preventing your growth and how individual egos are perhaps the main…

Love what you do. The starting point of sustainable change.

Make sustainable change Part 1/3 — discovering prime drivers.

This is a series of three articles on how to make difficult, but vital, changes and how to lay a foundation to sustain them personally and in business. Drawing from my experience with anxiety, as well as being an innovation consultant, I uncovered:

  • Part 1: A method for discovering what…

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The more you know, the more you can define things, and that’s not necessarily a good thing…

My name is Adam, I’m a man, I’m straight, I’m 40, my main love language is ‘acts of service’, my attachment style is primarily secure, my purpose can be summarised as ‘realising potential’, camaraderie is extremely important to me and my anxiety triggers are ‘control’ and ‘fear of abandonment’…

The…

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It is like smoking. It’s addictive. It’s bad for us but it gives a momentarily pleasant feeling so we justify it while, lurking under the surface, a disease is spreading which is slowly eating away at our quality of life.

The reason why the past is more addictive than smoking, or any substance, is because it’s incredibly easy to access. So easy in fact that we often aren’t aware when we consume it.

Substance addiction works roughly like this: something is taken, it gives a high, it works its way…

Imagine for a moment, that when we breathe in we don’t suck air into our bodies but, in fact, our bodies have to accept the air as a gift.

We don’t have to do anything to breathe, we just do. Without going underwater or having our nose and mouth forcefully shut it’s impossible to hold our breath until we don’t live anymore.

Breath then is vital for life and as such breathing connects all humans. This creates the possibility…

Adam Slawson

Change consultant + Founder of Plight Club

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