Tag Archives: balance

When you’ve made the big changes, what’s next?

During the course of a coaching programme, many of my clients will make some pretty big changes to their work or to their lives. These big changes have dramatic results. What happens after that? Is that it – job done? … Continue reading

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Finding your centre

I spent last week trekking in the High Atlas mountains in Morocco. There were sixteen of us in the group and as the paths were narrow, we mostly walked in single file. One evening, Alan said to me (in his … Continue reading

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Living in the twilight zone

It’s that lovely time of year when I begin to notice the increasing day length: my journey to work now ends in daylight and I am almost home in the evening before I have to switch on the car headlights.  … Continue reading

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Preserving the margins

As you travel through the countryside, you may notice an area around the edge of a field which is planted with a different crop to the main field. They’re called arable field margins and exist for various purposes: to provide … Continue reading

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Permission granted

You’ve probably noticed that I love goals and targets and striking off items on my to do list. I like to make progress and to learn new stuff. Sometimes though, I just want to do something else entirely. I want to … Continue reading

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A loose connection

As a product of the ‘Why don’t you (just switch off your television set and go and do something less boring instead)?’ generation, I find it somewhat ironic to be writing online about our increasing connection to the virtual world … Continue reading

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