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It’s a ‘mixed bag’ kind of week

‘How has your week been so far?’ I asked my client – let’s call him Matt – as we sat down for his session. ‘It’s been a bit of a mixed bag really: some good stuff, quite a bit of … Continue reading

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You’ll never get anything done if you don’t do this

Picture this. As I’m falling asleep one night, I think to myself ‘I must do the washing tomorrow’ and decide I’ll do it first thing before work. Next morning, I sort the washing into lights, darks, and delicates. I carry … Continue reading

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Looking for an epiphany?

When I sat down to write this post, I realised that it would be published on 6 January: Epiphany. Aside from its Christian connotation, epiphany is also defined thus: a sudden, intuitive perception of, or insight into, reality or the … Continue reading

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The value of not hiding our flaws

One of my clients – let’s call him Ben – is a great manager. His team love working for him, he builds great working relationships with other departments and he has the full support and respect of his manager. We … Continue reading

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Dealing with obstacles

Last week, I was on holiday in the historic village of Eyam in England’s beautiful Peak District. One evening, my husband and I decided that we would walk a couple of miles across the fields for dinner at a pub … Continue reading

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Distraction from distraction by distraction

Ever Googled ‘dealing with distraction’? I just did: there are about 1,210,000 results. Actually, first of all, I Googled ‘distraction’ – 58.8 million results, in case you’re interested … but, sorry, that’s just a distraction from my point. We can … Continue reading

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How coaching can help you handle stress

Here is a picture of one of our vegetable beds at the height of Summer: Even the most horticulturally-minded of you is probably thinking ‘I’ve never seen those vegetables before.’ Well spotted! There are indeed no vegetables in that vegetable … Continue reading

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