Lent 2020: Time for accountability

It has been a long time since I last celebrated “jif lemon day” but I do look forward to Lent as an opportunity to assess my daily routine and habits. It’s just a great opportunity to stand back and ask … Read More

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The Yo-Yo is a no go if you want business success*

So June 6th is National Yo-Yo Day – in the US at least.  If you can handle one of those things and do all those fancy tricks (not me) then today is your day!  For me, the word “yo-yo” is … Read More

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Shelf development – going beyond the book

Reading is a great way to learn and improve but are you getting the most from your reading? I know I wasn’t. Here are some tips to help you get more out of every book and one idea which could really make a difference. … Read More

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Online coaching – what is it and what to expect?

Like many of my peers, my business model hasn’t been changed by COVID-19.  I worked from home before this crisis and I do now.  I offered on-line coaching before and I still do.  What is online coaching? But you may … Read More

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Making a change: ten tips to overcome your inertia

If you are resisting making changes vital to your personal or business success, here’s ten tips to get you taking action! Even when change is a matter of choice, and we know that it’s a good thing, we can find … Read More

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A cure for the summertime blues

Time to hang up the flip flops and get back to work after that well earned and much longed for break.  How are you feeling?  Energised and raring to go or desperate to rush back to your lounger?  If its … Read More

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Change. A personal perspective

“Change is inevitable – except from a vending machine.”   –  Robert C. Gallagher But how you look at change makes a big difference to your willingness to do something different.  This is true of both the changes we choose and … Read More

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Love your work: tips from the world of romance

Ever since I was in my early teens, I’ve had a very clear picture in my mind of my ideal man.  He is tall, dark and handsome.  He is clean shaven with twinkly eyes.  In fact, he was Captain Scarlet.  … Read More

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Working “on purpose”

How often do you start off the working week full of good intentions? You fully intend giving your best and getting the most out of the day. But what happens? Too many of us become distracted by short term crises, … Read More

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The post-holiday blues

So you’re back to work after a well-earned and much longed for summer holiday.  How are you feeling? Energised and raring to go? Longing to rush back to your lounger? If you are finding it difficult to get back into … Read More

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