The Paradox of Change

Posted on June 3rd, 2010 by - 0 comments

The Universe is Change; our life is what our thoughts make it. Marcus Aurelius Antonius Change is a paradox because actually nothing ever stays the same; all is change. Our bodies today are not the same bodies we had yesterday. There have been masses of tiny changes, small but incrementally they add up to something very significant. I do not look the same person from 10 years ago, but I don’t notice a significant change in my appearance today from

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Follow Your Dreams!

Posted on June 1st, 2010 by - 0 comments

In a recent article Jane Asher, actress and  successful businesswoman said, “If you have the choice, pursue what you enjoy”. Good advice, as long as you know what it is you enjoy! When coaching I am always encouraging women to follow their dreams, whatever they are. And it is the knowing what we want that can sometimes be difficult. So many of us know that what we have is not fulfilling us, but just don’t know what we want instead

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Change – How to Survive Tip 1

Posted on May 20th, 2010 by - 2 comments

Change is most definitely in the air at the moment. But actually there is rarely a time when change is not with us – thankfully, or we’d still be scratching our heads wondering if a wheel might be a good idea or not! I work in a lot of organisations who are undergoing change and the initial response is nearly always the same. Employees feel threatened and anxious, sickness levels go up, productivity suffers. And the toll on individuals can

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What’s Your Perfect Working Day?

Posted on May 17th, 2010 by - 4 comments

I wrote ‘When Work isn’t Working’ for all my coaching clients who came to me dissatisfied with their work. People were unhappy with the job they had, for all sorts of reasons, but just didn’t know what to do instead. They felt stuck. And so I wrote a creative visualisation especially for them, which is in the book, and is now available for you to listen to right now completely free! Free Download Reading a visualisation doesn’t work as well as

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Are You Working Too Much?

Posted on May 12th, 2010 by - 0 comments

A recent study, reported in the European Heart Journal (May 2010), has followed the health of more than 10,000 civil servants since 1985. And they conclude that working too much is bad for your heart (as well as a whole lot of other things I might add!) Their research shows a 60% increase in heart related illness such as non fatal heart attacks and angina in those who work three hours or more longer than a normal 7 hour day.

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What Price Your Value?

Posted on May 11th, 2010 by - 0 comments

Our values are of huge importance to us. If we able to live life in a way that respects our values we’re well on the way to finding the secret of happiness! Values are not our morals; they are not about being right or wrong (although living in an ethical way might be a value we hold). When we are honouring our values we feel ‘right’ inside. Similarly when we are ignoring, (or are not able to live by) our values

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