rosie peacock self love and success coach

Rosie Peacock

I am a coaching psychologist using positive psychology and yogic principles to facilitate and guide high-achieving, ambitious women in business to self-love and success.

Resilience is Worth Chasing More Than Perfection

Do not judge me by my success, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.

— Ernest Hemingway

But you screwed up. Now what... Do you chose to say F*uck it and carry on screwing up more and more, or do you get on with trying to forgive yourself, correct our mistake and move on? There are many areas of people's lives (mine included) that I have seen the all or nothing mentality become more self sabotaging than the intial undesriable behaviour.

Diets, housework, homework, exercise, and even consuming intoxicants all tend to fall prey to this F*ck it mentality, where you chose to go on a downward spiral because you made one mistake. 

Maybe you are 'on a diet' and you eat a bad meal, do you give yourself a free pass to gorge for the rest of the day on junk food so you can start again with a clean slate tomorrow, or at the start of next week "Because diets have to start on Mondays..." justifying carrying on doing the thing you know is not helping you get towards your goal. 

Maybe you tell yourself at the start of the week you are going to cut down on how much weed you smoke, but by Wednesday you go out and buy a 20 bag and smoke every day until it's finished so you can quit without the temptation.

If you screw up, it is about how you deal with it afterwards is more important. 

It’s your reaction to adversity, not adversity itself that determines how your life’s story will develop.

— Nelson Mandela

Day 10/365 days of personal development

Om Shanti

Don't Wish it was Easier, Wish you were Better.

Be Kind to Yourself

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