Single isn’t a status, it’s a word to describe a person who is strong enough to live and enjoy life without being dependent on others.
The 40 candles that had adorned the cake to celebrate my milestone birthday were scarcely cool. The birthday gifts still lay scattered around the house.
I’m a tiny bit nervous but also very excited to be starting my own webinar series.
The past few months have been really hard for lots of people. For others, it has been quite a positive experience. And for others it has been a bit of both. In this blog, I’ll be sharing some really simple coping strategies to help you navigate the changing world.
When an email inviting me to deliver a session for the annual Student Leaders Conference at the University of Liverpool arrived in my inbox my automatic response was “yes”.
One of the most common issues brought to a coaching session is confidence. Clients are wanting to feel more confident in themselves and their abilities. So, here are some fabulous TED Talks with tips and tricks to boost your self-confidence.
Lots of words are great. Lots of words are less-great. Here are five words that you can stop using to start sounding more confident.
The only guarantee when we step up into a bigger role, grow a business or try something new is that not everything is going to go swimmingly. Failure is never comfortable but if we embrace it instead of pushing it away, it will have a much smaller hold on us and the lives we want to live.
Taking time out to travel, discover new places and experience new things can give an individual a completely different perspective on what is important to them in their life. It’s a time of self-discovery and reflection and can be hugely beneficial on lots of levels: personally, and professionally. In fact, those people who take a mid-career break often return to work feeling more inspired and not just refreshed but renewed.