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Where will you go?

Our minds are incredible! If you take time to notice, they are creative, free spirited and expansive with the capacity to take you anywhere you want to go.

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There is no right answer (only the best one in that moment)

We can really tie ourselves in knots when it comes to decision making and the truth is it’s really not as difficult as we allow it to be.   How much time and energy do you waste mulling over options, gathering information, seeking others’ opinions, writing pros […]

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Being with difficult emotions

Often our response to difficult emotions is to turn away from them, ignore them or fight against them. However, there is a more helpful and effective way to deal with difficult emotions which requires less effort and results in better longer-term outcome (ie you don’t need to […]

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Get off the bandwagon!

You’ve heard the saying “jumping on the bandwagon” haven’t you?   It is usually used to describe people joining in with something just because it is popular.  It could be a hobby or craze, a fashion, a political party or social commentary.  Whatever it is, it gains […]

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10 things in 10 years

Today – the 8th February 2020 – is the day that my business turns 10!   It’s not particularly significant for anyone other than me and, to be honest, I was quite prepared to let the day pass without any celebration.  But, as I sat on a […]

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What do you not want others to see about you?

I was recently asked this question and it stopped me in my tracks –  “What do you not want others to see about you?” – Does that imply I am hiding something from others?   How would you answer that question?  It’s ok not to know the […]

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The graceful art of saying “no” – part 2

“The right no spoken at the right time can change the course of history” Greg McKeown   In my previous blog I introduced the idea that saying no is more than just a skill to learn. It starts with having a very clear purpose which gives you the […]

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The graceful art of saying “no” – part 1

“Half the troubles of this life can be traced to saying yes too quickly and not saying no soon enough” Josh Billings     Why is it that some people seem to be able to say “no” easily, with no sense of remorse, and some of us […]

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The humbling effect of humanity

Today I witnessed how powerful we are when we connect with others in an authentic, vulnerable and compassionate way.   I was working with a group of aspiring leaders in a global corporate bank and we were sharing experiences from our lives which have had a significant […]

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Make the most of your morning routine

Marvellous Matcha Monday!   How has your week begun?  Was your Monday “marvellous”?  Or was it a bit more “meh”?   I had the loveliest start to my Monday today.  It had the perfect combination of connecting with lovely people, spending time outdoors in nature, learning something […]

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