Time, Rocks, Sand and Water – Making the most of what we have

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Over the past week, I have been busy with clients and projects.  It’s been a while since I was this busy, and I was reflecting on the way that I

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Project Me – Set, Explore and Get what you can’t Forget.

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It’s human nature always to have ín mind something unsatisfying or an opportunity in terms of improving our lot or others in life; we can’t let go of these things. 

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The point of power between our situation and the outcomes we want (habit change)

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One of the key concepts from my life coaching course last year was that “75% of success is who you are being’’. I could relate to the concept.  I realised

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Networking – What’s the one element to bring along with you? (curiosity!)

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I attended a networking event this week run by the ANZ Bank, and it highlighted the importance of staying curious. When we meet new people, especially in business but also

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Two opposing focus points when things are challenging (Cause and Effect)

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We can hold two opposing views in our focus on any situation –  Cause and Effect.  We can feel we take responsibility (Cause) or we can decide that it is

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Two elements to making a dream real (Tactician or Strategist? – both!)

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Each of us has a preference in the way we think or take in information or approach a task. Either we like to deduce information from the global or big

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Four ways of getting from Good to Great? (Work more hours to get there? No!)

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  “Good is the enemy of great…..Greatness is not a function of circumstance. Greatness, it turns out, is largely a matter of conscious choice, and discipline.”  ― Jim Collins Mindfulness and

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Visualising Progress and Success (Personal and Professional)

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Something that has always fascinated me is visualisation of progress or success.  Visualisation originated in the sporting world.  It is a regular practice for professional athletes to visualise their progress

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Maximising Working Relationships (Stakeholder Analysis)

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I have spent my working life working in large organisations and interacting with hundreds of people.  I have worked with amazing, clever and lovely people and learnt loads.  My group

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Wellbeing for Leaders (Pressure V Intuition)

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The pressure is increasing for leaders in the workplace.  These are the reasons, according to the Institute for Leadership Coaching. Lean flat structures – today’s flat structures create pressure on

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