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Surviving or thriving?

Whilst discussing the definition of success with a client recently, she said to me ‘I’m surviving but I’m not really thriving.’ As part of Claire’s session, we did some research into ‘thriving’. In her book, Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining … Continue reading

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The clocks go forward but I’m looking back

When I was a child, I found the concept of Daylight Saving Time to be rather baffling. I understood that I lost an hour in March and that I gained one in October: that bit was fine. What confused me … Continue reading

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Why pruning is an essential element of personal growth

We have a relatively large back garden and over the last few years, we’ve added many trees and shrubs which have now become well-established. Some of them have actually become too big for the space in which they are planted … Continue reading

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Chrysalis

We’ve probably all had times in our professional and our personal lives when we’ve felt a bit stuck, like we’re walking through treacle. We’re frustrated because we’re not making progress. It could be that this is just a pause, like … Continue reading

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