Friday, 27 August 2010

What do you expect in return?

If you carry anger and resentment, what do you expect in return?
If you are critical and judgemental, what do you expect in return?
If you provide cynicism and suspicion, what do you expect in return?
If you show contempt and disrespect, what do you expect in return?
If you are mean and spiteful, what do you expect in return?
If you harbour envy and jealousy, what do you expect in return?
If you offer apathy and indifference, what do you expect in return?
If you assume scarceness and lack, what do you expect in return?
If you lack direction and purpose, what do you expect in return?


If you carry love and understanding
If you give praise and compassion
If you have purpose and vision
If you bring relief and charity
If you show manners and courtesy
If you are caring and just
If you offer support and nurture
If you assume abundance and plenty
If you embrace life with all vigour
If you reach out to all others

What might you expect in return?

Allan Wilson ©2010

Hugs, Allan

Monday, 23 August 2010

One step at a time Walking Workshops

I consider myself very lucky that I have eventually found work that really inspires me and gets me fired up and passionate. I spent many years doing work that was slowly killing me from the inside out, mentally and physically. I know what it's like to feel trapped and pressured into continuing the slog.
I worked hard to make changes and now I help others make their changes and life transformations, either through Coaching or Speaking at Workshops. I love to inspire "Change" in its many forms. Clients may have Career challenges or Relationship problems and more often than not Money issues.
On many occassions the client just needs an objective question at the correct time to unravel the myriad of previously unchallenged thought processes.
However, years of experience has taught me that not everyone enjoys being Coached One to One and sometimes clients enjoy the anonimity of a group where they can accustom themselves to the Coach and the Process, allowing them the freedom to commit to Coaching as and when they chose and in the manner they chose.
One such vehicle is our "One step at a Time" Walking Workshop which has been an incredible success for just this reason. Getting outdoors and exercising your body and mind for 2 hours with cross lateral movements is both energising and invigorating. The Coaching element of the walk is designed to provoke new ways of thinking and raise awareness of possiblities and inspire positive change.
Our next 2 walks are fully booked with 8 attendees on each, one will be held in Drumpellier Country Park next weekend and then Pollok Country Park the weekend after. Our fervent hope is that the weather is good.

Hugs, Allan

Friday, 6 August 2010

What would you change?

It's taken some time to get everything organised and really feel that I'm giving my all to my passion of assisting others to live full and self empowered lives, free from the restriction of labels, limiting beliefs, judgements, ego driven insanity and all manner of mind games, self invoked or cast.
This is all I ever wanted, all I ever dreamed of, but was not aware of for many years. My early life was spent in the East End of Glasgow learning not to expect too much. Keep your head down, don't upset the apple cart, be seen and not heard, big boys don't cry and money doesn't grow on trees etc. The media also play an incredible part in our perception of self, I learned from an early age that "I was not meant to succeed", "I was under priviliged", "I came from a deprived area". Not one of these statements, and countless others throughout the years is true, unless I give them truth.
The false mind made self that we call "I" or "me" needs examined in order to uncover the genius within. We all have it, we are sometimes unaware of it.
I offer myself, my family and friends and my clients my genius, my light.

Sincerely, Allan

Thursday, 5 August 2010

Contraction and Expansion

Contraction and Expansion
I've slowed down recently on all fronts including work, It seems that there are many things to be done and much is needing attended to, but I'm enjoying the pace at present and to be quite truthful I think it has released a lot of stress which had built up over the past year. I've been non stop and pushed myself tirelessly to get ahead.
This may be the calm before the storm because I have many plans in the pipeline for the coming year and I'm very excited about that.
The recent lull has provided time to read up and catch up on many of my interests, it has also allowed me time to meditate, programme and goal set. Too much external stimulation in the business world had resulted in not enough internal care and time to soothe and nurture my mental ethos.
It feels like a period of contraction which will lead to expansion and I am thrilled at the prospect.

Hugs, Allan