There are times in our lives that lend themselves really well to making a change.
Last Thursday (October 10th) was World Mental Health day so it was particularly timely that I got to spend the day at the Royal College of Physicians in Liverpool.
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.
One of the first things a coaching client will tell me is that they need help taking action.
Often, that is actually the last thing they need. They are already knee-deep in action.
The bigger the role, the greater the action – and it’s coming out of their ears!
Drama causes unnecessary conflict in our lives. Stopping and taking a step back can help to change the way you think about and react to drama situations you find yourself in – leading to a calmer, more stress-free life.
When I first started my own coaching business, I struggled with knowing how much to charge for my services. The most important thing for me was (and still is) helping my clients to fulfil their potential and live life to the full because my work is my passion. Coaching is who I am – not just what I ‘do’ –…
One of the things that often comes up for a client in a coaching session is some outdated limited belief that they have been carrying around with them since their school days. One of my own was “I can’t draw”. I was never actually told that by the art teacher but coming last in an art exam caused enough shame…
When it comes to winning the lottery, I am absolutely 100% certain that I will never win. How can I be so sure? Well, I never buy a ticket. No effort, no reward! When I was nominated last year for a Northern Power Women Award in the Mentor of the Year category, I was pretty sure when the email came…