Yes, it’s a genuine question. I’d love to know! What bugs you?
You see, coaching is all about helping you overcome the things that bug you, and instead achieve what you want to in life. If you can tell me... Read more »
Wouldn’t it be great if we could control what happened (or didn’t happen) to us? We’d all live happy, healthy lives, surrounded by calm and people who love us. Yes? Maybe.
Life isn’t like that, as you and I know. ... Read more »
A few years ago I wrote an article about the Golden Buddha. It has been one of my most popular posts.
Today I want to give you an update on the story. You see, I thought the story was just... Read more »
Gifts sometimes come in strange packages.
He could have arrived to pomp, surrounded by opulence and servants. But he arrived in a stable, surrounded by animals.
I had clinical depression many years ago. Tough for me. Possibly even tougher for... Read more »
It’s a funny thing, saying ‘no’. Most of us need to do it from time to time and yet most of us shy away.
Trouble is, when we avoid saying ‘no’, whilst we may be temporarily keeping others... Read more »
I was chatting recently about the possibility of coaching someone’s husband. She mentioned his reluctance, his ‘pride’ and that he may not want to be labelled as ‘needing help’. Interesting. Because that’s not how coaching is. It’s simply about bringing... Read more »
Imagine the scene. A blustery seaside town on the Isle of Man. A concert hall full of singers of all types and their supporters. Excitement and trepidation rising at the final of the Festival of Choirs competition. Then hush. The... Read more »
It’s Autumn. The leaves are turning brilliant colours of scarlet, amber, copper and gold. A time of letting go.
I wonder what Autumn means to us, and the things we may need to let go of? It might be as... Read more »
Have you ever thought of coaching? Today’s post is to help you decide if coaching is right for you.
Coaching helps you make the changes you need to make so you lead a fulfilling personal and professional life that allows... Read more »
What do you think it takes to stay happy and healthy?
Riches? Glamour? Career success?
Robert Waldinger, the director of the longest-ever study on happiness, has the answer. The Harvard Study of Adult Development has been following 700 people from... Read more »