I’m thrilled to let you know that one of my clients is featured in the current (May) issue of the Woman & Home magazine. Ann’s story is really uplifting and shows just what can be achieved with a bit of... Read more »
Today’s post is a bit different – I’d like to share a short video with you. A 2-minute film of some fabulous kids taking over Nottingham’s Market Square on a fabulous ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ day recently.
Well, we... Read more »
Can you imagine – 1000 kids proudly presenting their work over the last 6 months in spreading happiness, positivity, and confidence across their schools and communities? What an occasion!
We had our finale of the ‘Brilliant Notts’ project yesterday when... 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 »
The bottom line for almost every client I’ve ever worked with is that they want to be happier. I guess that’s the bottom line for all of us.
Many of us believe that if we work harder, or get a... Read more »
No toothache! I feel a new woman! After days of debilitating face and head pain from a poorly tooth, only soothed by painkillers, antibiotics and dental treatment, I am now virtually pain-free again. And what a delight that is. I... Read more »
I’ve been struggling with toothache recently. An old, recurring abscess, which sends shooting aches and pains across the left side of my face and head. Thank goodness for antibiotics and dentists! I know it won’t last forever.
This reminded me... Read more »
The Brilliant Notts project has got off to a flying start. We’ve had 500 children all singing at the tops of their voices, stories about the Pig of Happiness and the Sausage Machine of Life, and tales of Tigger and... Read more »
January can be a month when we struggle to come to terms with the post-Christmas slump, getting over our excesses, dealing with cold weather and short days, and maybe even New Year resolutions not acted on.
I too can find... Read more »
Thomas Leonard is often seen to be the person who started the coaching movement and introduced people to the concept that through eliminating limiting beliefs and building on your strengths, you can live life to the full.
His book, The... Read more »