Singing, Books, Powerfulness, Food, Health and Fitness with Jill Tipping, Director of Pavelka Ltd, Director of HOOP UK Ltd and MD of Xposure Ltd.
What We Recommended:
Tools & Apps
- App: Jill uses FaceTime audio to speak to Jessie in the States
- No longer available – Tool: Wunderlist. It’s a free app. It syncs with all your devices and you can run projects from it and manage your task list
- Tool: Trello for project management. Works particularly well with people who like visual stuff
- Tool: Dropbox for access to files from anywhere
- Tool: Google Drive for sharing large documents
- Tool: YouTube to load private videos for download when they’re too large to email works well
- Tool: Mail Big File for sending large files through email
- App: Notes on the iPad for note making
- Jill is Director of Obesity charity, HOOP, which stands for Helping Overcome Obesity Problems and provides has been established to be the voice of the obese person, to break down the stigma attached to obesity and working with partners, to affect change at a strategic level in the UK
- A Return to Love by Marianne Williamson. “It’s basically about the fact that we have a dark side, all of us, even you Jo. We have this dark side. It’s about coming from a place of love when you live, and you make decisions, and you have relationships with other people and yourself. Coming from a place of love, rather than the place of ego, which is kind of a bit of the devil in us. It’s a very interesting book.”
- Feel The Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers. “I recommend to everybody especially our clients. Fear is something that is so misunderstood. People don’t realise that actually it’s okay to feel frightened. They see it as a weakness. It’s not. It’s human nature. If we didn’t have fear, we wouldn’t be here as a race.”
- Books by Duncan Bannatyne, Richard Branson
- Hector and the Search for Happiness. “You’ve got to watch that.”
- Enchanted April. “Ff you want to feel good, nothing nasty happens in it. It’s no stress in itYou have to have it on a rainy, watch it on a rainy afternoon. You have to drink Earl Grey tea while you watch it!”
- “I have a personal trainer. I work out early in the morning, but not every morning.”
- “I do my workouts with my personal trainer. He’s got a fitness studio in Aylsham. That’s where I go and we do all sorts of things there, a bit of cardio, but mainly weight resistance stuff. I like lifting weights. I love it.”
- “How I switch off when I do is chamomile tea and reading a book”
- “Making good choices with your food – We look at a quarter protein, a quarter carbs, and then half of leafy greens as a meal.“
- “When things don’t go well: Go to a place of powerfulness. I’m not being sort of creepy when I say that. I do. I have to. You need to be calm to make the right decisions. Things do go wrong. Okay, that’s gone wrong, right, let’s think how we deal with this.”
- “We also have something called the Pavelka House online which is a community. It’s all about interaction, and inspiration, and involvement.” Now free to join.
- Mind Fit – their power model is brilliant. It’s just based on three places of emotion that we go to: helplessness, defensiveness, and powerfulness.