A Touch Of Inspiration

What Women Want At Work

What Women Want At Work

What’s the number one trait women wish they have more of at work? Resilience? Focus? Powers of persuasion? Well, it's actually none of those, I've been a transformational coach running countless workshops with professional women for more than a decade, and the trait...

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Claiming Confidence, Courage and Clarity Webinar

Claiming Confidence, Courage and Clarity Webinar

When we stay too long in our comfort zone we can start to feel frustrated and disillusioned. We have a natural fear of the unknown and change brings the unknown. This is when our inner critic pipes up to keep us safe:- "You can't do that, what if you fail? What will...

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Liberate Yourself Through Clarity, Confidence And Courage.

Liberate Yourself Through Clarity, Confidence And Courage.

Where Are You Headed ?  It is difficult to follow a path when you are uncertain. It’s also difficult to follow someone who has no direction. When you are unsure of how you feel, what you want or what you actually believe then your focus, energy and life becomes...

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Do you have the right tools for the journey ahead?

Do you have the right tools for the journey ahead?

As you journey through life you pick up tools, techniques,behaviours, mindsets and beliefs to help you navigate life’s challenges. You learn to modify your voice , demeanour, actions to manipulate those around you to get what you want. You learn to modify what you...

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Detox Health And Beauty

Detox Health And Beauty

I'm delighted to be doing a session at : Detox Health Beauty Festival at Archerfield Walled Garden 2019 When: Saturday 11th May, 2019 from 10am - 5.30pm Tickets: Early Bird: £30 / from 1st April: £35 I will be talking about one element of Your Bold Next Step which is ...

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Forgive and Forego

Forgive and Forego

“Holding a grudge is like drinking poison and waiting for the other person to die…” We all have grudges. We have all been hurt; whether it was unpleasant teasing back in the school yard, colleagues saying unkind things behind our backs, or our in-laws making comments...

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Laser Focus?

Laser Focus?

Laser focus: that ability to hone in on one thing so intently it is to the exclusion of everything else. It conjures up ideas of a mental super power – cutting through problems with precision and ease. ….or maybe it’s just boring a hole in your thinking? I’d like you...

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The Mind-Body-Spirit Connection

The Mind-Body-Spirit Connection

Thirteen years ago, when I was given a cancer diagnosis, after the initial shock, disbelief and grief, I made a choice; I would navigate through the experience in the best way I could, obviously with the desire to survive, but also with a desire to emerge on the other...

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Selfie-Love?

Selfie-Love?

According to Greek mythology, Narcissus, the son of a god and a nymph, was a man of such beauty that he fell in love with his reflection in a pool of water. Unable to move on, or to obtain what he saw, he wasted away and died there, longing to possess his own image....

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All Problems Great And Small

All Problems Great And Small

You’re having one of those mornings. The children are taking eons to complete the simplest of tasks, your email is pinging with news of crisis upon crisis developing at work, and your first meeting of the day has been moved forward half an hour so you’re already late....

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The Suffering Gap

The Suffering Gap

“Poor Laura Linda Tucker! Almost nothing was the way she wanted it to be.” So goes the opening lines of Next Door to Laura Linda – a 1960s children’s book about a girl who is dissatisfied with her life, from the colour of her house, to the sex of her sibling.  ...

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Why You Should Be A Chameleon, But Not A Shapeshifter

Why You Should Be A Chameleon, But Not A Shapeshifter

Human beings are natural chameleons, from dressing for the occasion, to adopting business-like or social manners, we adapt our behaviours to suit our environments in a million little ways each day, mostly on an unconscious level. There’s nothing wrong with making the...

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Why you should book a date with death

Why you should book a date with death

“I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.” This, according to Australian palliative care nurse Bronnie Ware, is the most common regret of the dying. Bronnie, who worked for many years caring for people in the last...

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Please Like Me

Please Like Me

The perils of people pleasing – and how you can learn to suit yourself   You’ve selected a new dress, carefully coordinated the shoes and accessories, and taken time to apply your make up just so.   It’s the ‘taa-daa’ moment, but as you descend the stairs...

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Shine Sister Shine

Shine Sister Shine

Why do we find it so darn hard sometimes to get out there and let our light shine? We know at some level that we are magnificent creatures, destined for great things. We’ve had glimpses of it and a part  of us really want’s to step out and shine in our own beautiful...

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