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Management/Leadership Development

Procrastination by another name

I don’t procrastinate!  In fact I get frustrated with people who procrastinate.  I’m someone who puts their mind to something and then gets it done. Or am I? You see, it has just dawned on me that perhaps one of the reasons that I get frustrated when […]

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It’s all about balance

“I want to feel successful”, “I want to have new experiences”, “I want life to be fun”. “I’m worried about the future”, “I don’t want my children to grow up in a world of fear”, “I feel like I’m missing out”. Any of those thoughts sound familiar?  […]

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Watching your river of thoughts

There are lots of incredible things about us humans and one of the most fascinating (I believe) is our ability to observe what is going on in our mind.  There is no other species that can do that.  Not only can we know what is going on […]

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Make distraction a thing of the past

How much do you have on your to do list for this week?  How likely is it that you’ll achieve it all? If the answer is somewhat likely, not likely or absolutely no way, the chances are you are at the mercy of distractions.  Some of them […]

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Big picture or detail?

Big picture or detail?  Which is your preference?  If you’ve ever completed a psychometric test it will probably have revealed that you have a preference and possibly even a strength for one over the other.  Some of us love the wide perspective a “big picture” approach can […]

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A truly sensory experience

Have you ever eaten in the dark?  If not, I recommend it (at least once!). My husband and I recently ate at unsicht-Bar (aka The Dark Restaurant) in Berlin and when I say it was dark, I mean it was pitch black.  There was absolutely no ambient […]

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Prioritising – the simple way

How do you decide what to do first? When you look at all of the things you need to do in a day/week/month, how do you know which one is your priority? There are lots of tools, models and frameworks out there which claim to be able […]

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Be Child-like (not Childish)

Do you ever (metaphorically of course) throw your toys out of the pram?  The answer is yes!  We all do from time to time.  We revert to our inner child and do a great impression of a 2 year old! We may not throw ourselves on the […]

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Mindfulness and Neuroscience – Interview

Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by Amy Brann of Synaptic Potential who was keen to know more about Mindfulness and in particular, what Neuroscience is telling us about the benefits of Mindfulness. Amy is passionate about using her vast knowledge of Neuroscience to help […]

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Get resilient about change

I had my resilience tested recently, two weeks in a row. I found my entire week being thrown into disarray when training courses that I was due to run were cancelled at the last minute (on one occasion I didn’t know this until I turned up at […]

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