The following is a glossary referencing words appearing within our work and tools on the pages of this website. It is provided for ease of reference and to facilitate your reading.


Attention: the act or state of applying the mind to something, notice, observing

Authenticity: to be genuine, real, honest, true and trustworthy.


Beliefs: feelings of certainty – two kinds of beliefs, empowering and limiting

Brain: an organ of soft nervous tissue contained in the skull of vertebrates, functioning as the coordinating centre of sensation and intellectual and nervous activity.

Choice: the act of choosing, selecting

Connectedness: a feeling of belonging

Courage: the ability to do something that frightens one, bravery, fearlessness

Courtesy: the showing of one’s attitude and behaviour towards another

Decision: a determination arrived at after consideration

Integrous: honest, decent

Intention: the act of directing one’s attention to…, a determination to act in a certain way

Mind: the element of a person that enables them to be aware of the world and their experiences, to think, and to feel; the faculty of consciousness and thought.

Needs: something required for a safe, stable and healthy life – of necessity, obligations, essential

Passions: strong feelings of enthusiasm or excitement for something or about doing something in life – desires, aspirations, dreams.

Purpose: a reason for which something is done or created, or for which something exists – creating  our life, realizing our dreams.

Self-confidence: trust in one’s personal judgment, ability to achieve goals.

Self-determination: making choices and decisions based on our own preferences and interests. To be goal-oriented.

Self-esteem: a person’s overall subjective emotional evaluation of their worth. An attitude, positive or negative beliefs about oneself.

Self-leadership: the ability to consciously influence our own thoughts (thinking and communicating) and our behaviours (patterns and actions) in order to knowing, developing and realizing our full potential – who we are, our dreams in life. What we can and want to do in life to achieve our personal goals in life.  

Self-motivation: is the force that drives someone to do things, to achieve something because of one’s own enthusiasm or interest. Ability to do what needs to be done without influence from others. Not requiring encouragement even when being challenged.

Self-respect: pride and confidence in oneself as a human being. Behaving with honour and dignity.

Self-reliance: a feeling of trust that someone has in his or her own efforts and abilities. Able to do things for yourself.

Values: core principles that guide us, fundamental beliefs, a rule of code

Wants: wishes, have a desire to possess