J is for Jungle Crows: Enabling Young People To Develop Through Sport

Jungle Crows is an NGO constituted in India as a Charitable Trust. It focuses on the growth and development of young people in particular through the use of sport.

Below are excerpts from its Read more

F is for Fair Fighters

Everybody encounters differences of opinion and conflicts in their lives. During these situations it can be useful to recognise when people are fighting fair or fighting dirty. Let’s explore these different ways of trying Read more

J is for Enjoying The Journey

How can you do fulfilling work? One approach is to do activities where you enjoy the journey as much as reaching the goal. These may be when you are writing, gardening, creating, solving Read more

D is for Dos rather than Don’ts

“People respond best to seeing a positive way forwards,” said one of my first mentors.

“People like to know what they can do – rather than be scolded about what they can’t do. They Read more

L is for Shane J. Lopez: The Importance Of Hope

Shane describes himself as: “A psychologist studying hope for a living.”

A writer and researcher, he explains that hopeful people often demonstrate the following qualities.

They believe that the future will be better than Read more

W is for John Wooden: Explaining His Philosophy Of Coaching And Life

John Wooden, the legendary American College basketball coach, encouraged his players to develop their character. He never mentioned winning but his teams won more titles than any other in College basketball history. His view Read more