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Dealing with demotivation (part 5)

Here on the blog, August 2018 has been dedicated to dealing with demotivation. We’ve thought about: comparison and loss; not knowing and fear; inadequate goal-setting and lack of external stimulus; the impact of other people and of lack of autonomy. … Continue reading

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Dealing with demotivation (part 3)

Over the last couple of posts, we’ve dealt with the demotivators of inadequate goal-setting and external stimulus and the impact of other people and of lack of autonomy. Today’s despicable duo is not knowing and fear. The demotivating effect of … Continue reading

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Feeling like a fraud? Dealing with imposter syndrome

Jon* and I were sitting in silence as I waited for him to respond to my question about how he was feeling since he’d started his dream job. After a while, he looked up and said, ‘It’s great, I guess, but there’s … Continue reading

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What are you avoiding?

Do you ever feel like there’s some little niggle in the back of your mind that you can’t pinpoint? You know that there’s something out of kilter but you just can’t think what it is – or maybe you do … Continue reading

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