Tag Archives: noticing

Does your time management need to change with the seasons?

I coached the wonderful Kudosity Katie and yesterday and, as all our sessions do, it left me with a lot to think about. We talked about how to best manage time and particularly how that works when you have six … Continue reading

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Embracing Imposter Syndrome

Picture the scene – you’re in your smartest clothes, a portfolio of your work and a copy of your presentation in your bag and you’re waiting in reception to be called to your interview. The door opens, you see the … Continue reading

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Want inner calm? Start with outer order

A client was telling me about her latest ‘guilty pleasure’ – watching Marie Kondo on Netflix. It just makes me feel calm, she said, seeing all those clothes rolled up and neatly stacked. ‘So is your home now a haven … Continue reading

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Take a look through someone else’s eyes: the power of perspective

Have you ever been in this situation? You look across the office to see a colleague looking angry or distressed. ‘What’s wrong?‘ you ask. ‘Look at this email I’ve had – unbelievable!‘ comes the reply. You go over to read … Continue reading

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Three words to build better relationships

In an average day, how many times do you say ‘hello‘ (or its equivalent)? How many times do you ask ‘how are you?‘? How many times do you answer ‘fine‘ without really thinking about it? How many times do you … Continue reading

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Want a different outcome? Choose how you respond

Last week, one of my clients – let’s call him Paul – was telling me about how frustrated he becomes when certain things happen. ‘What really irritates me is that the end result is always the same. I’m annoyed, stressed … Continue reading

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Dealing with demotivation (part 2)

Having talked about the demotivating impact of other people and of lack of autonomy on the blog last time, today’s dastardly duo of demotivators is inadequate goal-setting and lack of external stimulus. The demotivating impact of inadequate goal-setting ‘My appraisal … Continue reading

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