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Who out there is a personal development book junkie?  I confess I own just a few.  Some I’ve read and got a lot of benefit from.  Some remain in the stack of books I’m yet to get to (and I …

When Self-Help doesn’t help! Read More »

Last week I went to a wellbeing session on Imposter Syndrome run by a women’s network.  The generally accepted definition of Imposter Syndrome is: “a psychological pattern in which an individual doubts their accomplishments and has a persistent internalized fear …

What if ‘Imposter Syndrome’ IS THE imposter? Read More »

I believe in walking my talk.  The reason I became a coach is because of the massive shifts I’ve grown through; from my very first introduction to NLP 8 years ago.  I can’t unknow what I know about how the …

This stuff really works: What I’m reminded of after stepping back into the client chair. Read More »

It was Valentines day this week… and love was in the air.  Or maybe not?  I’m not just thinking of you if you’re single; there are plenty of people in relationships and still not really feeling loved.  What’s that all …

6 steps to ‘find’ love Read More »

Is it just me, or does it sometimes feel like everyone is running on fear?  Fear for world safety, fearing what could happen to people we love, fear of never having what we so desperately want, fear that I’m just …

3 types of FEAR Read More »

I wanted to tell you about a really important reminder I got this week.  I’m taking a course at the moment, and one of the things we were asked to do was complete a Myers Briggs personality questionnaire.  I don’t …

Myers Briggs (and other personality profilers) and the danger of type-casting Read More »

So who’s setting New Years Resolutions? New ones? Or the same ones you set last year but didn’t quite manage to stick to.  Berating yourself that your willpower wasn’t strong enough… Well here’s the thing… willpower on its own is …

New Year resolutions Read More »

If you’re trying to make a change and it isn’t working, its all too easy to blame lack of willpower, berate yourself as a failure or blame outside influences.  We all do it!  How many times have I blamed eating …

3 reasons why changes don’t stick Read More »

2018 is rapidly coming to a close.  How was it for you? I’ll tell you how my year was…. Mixed.  There were some significant jumps forward and achievements in sport, health and coaching.  There were also some big set backs …

2018 Review Read More »

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