I stumbled across this short story again recently. It’s a fabulous one, about geese, and has lots to teach us about teamwork.
So whether you head up a team, work in a team, or are part of a family unit,... Read more »
Perhaps like you, I’ve cried with sadness and with joy at the death of Stephen Sutton, the teenager who used his final months to fund-raise for other young cancer sufferers. Sadness because his incredible life was cut short at the... Read more »
This is the last of my series on Getting Unstuck – helping you to move forward positively when that feels difficult. Today I want to introduce you to a simple 5-step process that challenges the assumptions (often unconscious ones) we... Read more »
Our plunger is on the blink. Not surprising really, given we’ve had it more than twenty years. But when we came to unblock our sink recently it was virtually useless.
Today I’d like to introduce you to an approach that... Read more »
It can sometimes be hard reaching a decision or taking action, even when it’s something you want to do or things feel really bad and you want to change. I was reminded of this recently, with a client who really... Read more »
Did you know the most successful people in the world have identified their own professional and personal goals? And that they write these down and review them regularly?
It’s interesting how we tend to have goals (or targets) at work,... Read more »
It’s interesting how we start our lives as a child just living and being. As educational milestones and working life looms, we tend to focus on results and jobs. Then, as we hit our 30s and 40s, we start to... Read more »
Today’s post is a bit longer than usual – about a 4 minute read – but I hope you’ll find this story I came across recently worth it. And if you do, please forward it on to others…
Achieving great... Read more »
I heard a lovely story from a client yesterday. She’d been to visit a friend who’s fostering a 3 year old boy. The child has had a difficult past and life isn’t always easy. My client had taken her harp... Read more »
I’ve been working with a guy who set his goals very high for himself. It was hard achieving those goals, and each time he did, he’d simply raise his expectations so he had to achieve even more. It was as... Read more »