Posts tagged self-coaching
Do You Ever Feel Unappreciated? Here’s a Simple Solution...

What do you do when you feel unappreciated or taken for granted or ignored by your boss, your colleague, your child, your partner? It’s easy to say, don’t be attached, walk away, but what does this really mean, and how can we re-capture the love and respect that feels long gone?

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The #1 Solution for an Easier Life… (yup, this will work for you too!)

My friend was excited to share with me the new app he’d found to make scheduling easier. “I hate it, it’s so hard!” he told me. But what if the app isn’t where the sense of ease is coming from? How can we make life easy without downloading one more single apps?

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We’re Never Done…. and Why That’s Great News!

It looks like much of development and innovation is to find a great solution and then scale it, roll it out to other areas, other countries, other contexts. But what if we’re missing something in this model? What if we’re missing the very thing that makes that first solution so brilliant?

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100 Years of Suffrage and Why Do We Still Imprison Ourselves?

Marking 100 years of the first UK votes for women, this piece explores freedom, the kind of freedom most of my clients are looking for, freedom to do the things they want and feel the way they want to feel. What’s stopping them? And what could be stopping you?

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Burnout: What's Really Going On and What to Do About It

Burnout is a common challenge, whether we call it that or not. And the solution looks like taking time off, rejuvenating and refreshing. Sometimes that helps, but if we don’t get down to a root solution, then we’ll experience the same burnout again and again. In this interview…

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Androids, Electric Sheep and Perpetual Motion: Life Lessons from Philip K Dick

This quote from Philip K Dick struck me as we prepared to see the movie Bladerunner… A quote about the nature of chaos and the human spirit of resilience and creativity that flows with it and makes something new from it.

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