Tag Archives: productivity

Work/life balance? It doesn’t work like that

Have you ever noticed that every now and then it feels like a particular concept is trying to get your attention? Making the most of our time is a conversation which often comes up, not just with my coaching clients, … Continue reading

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One hundred days

‘When you interview for a new job, they often ask you what you’d do in the first hundred days,’ said my client – let’s call him Phil. ‘Now I’m about to resign and I’m on three months’ notice, I’d like … Continue reading

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One thing leads to another: how to build success

I love a list. Lists keep me on track, they stop me forgetting important stuff, they help me notice the progress I’m making. Every now and then though, a list can be just a little daunting. Check this one out: … Continue reading

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Don’t watch the clock: do what it does

‘I thought that clock-watchers were those people who don’t have enough to do and were just longing for the day to end so they could go home,’ declared Julie as she was settling in to a recent coaching session, ‘but … Continue reading

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What would you do with an extra day?

It cannot have escaped your notice that 2016 is a leap year. Rather than the calendar flipping from 28 February to 1 March, on Monday our calendars will be dated 29 February. Two of my friends will actually be able … 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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Do you believe in your work?

Recently, I was working with a client, Phil, who felt that he was stuck in his work. He was frustrated, tired, feeling bogged down by some new processes which had been introduced and experiencing the inevitable teething troubles any new … Continue reading

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