Tag Archives: priorities

Want to free yourself from distraction?

After my last post on adapting your time management to work with the season you’re in, a former client emailed me a link to this video: (If the video doesn’t play automatically for you, you can click here: A handy … Continue reading

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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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Twenty minutes + nineteen answers = a successful 2019

Last January, I created a quick but meaningful exercise to help a client plan her year. I shared it here and it got a very positive response so I’m adapting it for 2019. You’ll spend just 20 minutes finding 19 … Continue reading

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It’s not just the Millennials who have an issue with technology

There’s a clip on YouTube of Simon Sinek talking to Tom Bilyeu about millennials in the workplace which has been viewed over 9 million times. If you haven’t seen it before, here it is – and it’s well worth watching: … Continue reading

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Do you need to say no?

Many of us struggle to say no. Without being specific about a particular question, I conducted a quick poll to see how people felt about the word ‘no’ – here are a few responses: ‘No is literally such a negative … Continue reading

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Are you consciously opting in?

Action for Happiness is an organisation committed to building a happier and more caring society. They want to see a fundamentally different way of life – where people care less about what they can get just for themselves and more … Continue reading

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If you want to be truly present, sometimes you need to choose to be absent

After my last post about how we need to pay attention to gaps, one of my subscribers emailed me to ask me about another kind of gap – a gap he observes in his own attention, whether that’s at work … Continue reading

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