Tag Archives: planning

Why should we sweat the small stuff?

As you may have noticed, I like a motivational quote: in fact, I collect them. One very popular saying is Don’t sweat the small stuff. There are even books about how we can use this saying to help us live … Continue reading

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Analysis paralysis – why choice isn’t always a good thing

When I was at university, I spent a few months in St Petersburg – in fact, it’s so long ago that it was still called Leningrad. Whilst there was a refectory in the halls of residence, we also had a … Continue reading

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Want to hit the ground running in the new year?

Pretty much everyone I speak to agrees that 2016 has been quite a year! As it draws to a close, most of us are looking back on twelve months of highs and lows on a personal, professional, national and international scale. I … Continue reading

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What’s next?

Being totally engaged with the present moment is important to me. Whether it’s practising some very simple mindfulness or being in flow, I am more fulfilled when I’m not rushing ahead, whether that’s physically or mentally, to the next thing. … Continue reading

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Want to shape your future? Then you need my free e-book

Writing blog posts each week gives me the chance to share with you some of the tips, techniques and lessons that I and my coaching clients learn through our work together. However, I feel like it’s time I offered you … Continue reading

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The year ahead

When I was at school, obtaining a new exercise book was quite a big deal. Once it was full, my current exercise book had to be taken to the stationery cupboard on the ground floor during mid-morning break. The prefect … Continue reading

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Want to be able to fly?

In 1901, Wilbur Wright said this to the Western Society of Engineers ‘Men already know how to construct wings or aeroplanes which when driven through the air at sufficient speed will not only sustain the weight of the wings themselves … Continue reading

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