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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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What do you do when you need to let go?

Having worked through my 20:18 exercise, one of my newsletter subscribers emailed me: ‘… I’ve found it really useful to look back on last year and draft a plan for this year. The issue is that I keep finding myself … Continue reading

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Twenty minutes to help you craft a successful 2018

Yesterday, a client – let’s call her Fiona – contacted me to set up her next session. I asked her if she’d had a good Christmas and how she’d spent New Year’s Eve. ‘Lovely Christmas, thanks. As for New Year, … 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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How to make 2015 your best year yet

It’s that time of year again – lots of blogs/articles/news features all about resolutions and fresh starts urging us to opt for ‘New Year, New You!’ personal re-inventions. My last post wished that 2015 may be your best year yet … Continue reading

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Old nonsense

It’s that time of the year again. Many of us have spent time reflecting on 2012 – its highs and lows, our progress and achievements. Some of us may have been thinking about what didn’t work out the way we’d … Continue reading

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Seven thoughts in seven days

Perhaps the start of a new year has given you pause and cause for thought: it seems to have that effect on most of us. This time last year, I wrote about ‘3 little words’: today I’m upping the ante … Continue reading

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