Tag Archives: time management

When you’ve made the big changes, what’s next?

During the course of a coaching programme, many of my clients will make some pretty big changes to their work or to their lives. These big changes have dramatic results. What happens after that? Is that it – job done? … Continue reading

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The clocks go forward but I’m looking back

When I was a child, I found the concept of Daylight Saving Time to be rather baffling. I understood that I lost an hour in March and that I gained one in October: that bit was fine. What confused me … Continue reading

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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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Is it time for Happy Hour?

Earlier this week, I was talking with a great friend about time and how we spend it. We noted how often it seems that we have to move pre-planned activities around. When we went a little deeper, we discovered that … 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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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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