Self-Sabotage vs Procrastination Following on from the last article on procrastination. A question came up on the distinction between procrastination and self-sabotage. Take a look below as to how self-sabotage […]Continue reading
Traffic Lights & Successful Thinking Do you find yourself saying yes to something you wish you hadn’t? Doing something that wasn’t helpful? Or perhaps find yourself in the company of […]Continue reading
Goals that keep getting stuck & how to complete them
Are your goals/tasks stuck, stopped, or on repeat with stopping and starting? Do you have a goal you aren’t getting very far with? When coaching (clients, or self-coaching) to reach […]Continue reading
11 Tips for The Everyday Art Of Successful Negotiation
Negotiation Skills – 11 Top Tips and Takeaways At a recent talk, Derek Arden, negotiation specialist and author, shared his top tips for successful negotiations, in all areas of our […]Continue reading
Is a work-life balance, inspiring you, or causing stress?
Ditching the work-life balance Is a focus on creating a work-life balance, inspiring you, or causing you to feel stressed? If thinking about work-life balance is causing you stress, then […]Continue reading
Top takeaways from a recent talk on Perfectionism Having witnessed perfectionism in others, explored where it might impact me, and coached individuals dealing with the real challenges of Perfectionism. This […]Continue reading
What is meant by ‘well, it did me no harm’. Often, in the media or in the workplace, certain behaviours or experiences are shared. The more generic ones include bullying, harassment, or […]Continue reading
Eight Signs Of Perfectionism – Five Ways To Make A Change
Perfectionism and Tasks – Are you a perfectionist? What is perfectionism? Are you constantly tweaking, is it never quite good enough, never quite finished? Perhaps you often find yourself angry […]Continue reading
Listening and understanding: How to make a change. There are many detailed articles on how to listen, and communicate, more effectively. Here, I simply want to draw your attention to one […]Continue reading
Have you ever discounted being a perfectionist? Aside from working with perfectionists, I have often read articles on perfectionism, and felt it didn’t apply to me. The articles (or individuals), discuss […]Continue reading
Why Self-Awareness Can Suck This might sound strange coming from someone who is an advocate of self-awareness. However, sharing what I struggled with at times, has proved useful for clients to […]Continue reading
Reading Online Articles – Do You Remember You Are Human?
Do you love reading personal development articles such as these. (10 Unmistakable Habits of Utterly Authentic People). For some, these concepts might be shiny and new. For others, a reminder. […]Continue reading
Having recently came across a short post on LinkedIn, whilst it had a different focus/topic, one word stood out. Response-able. What a great word! I interpreted it as our ability to be […]Continue reading
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