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February 2018

Is a lack of self-awareness holding you back?

So Why is Self-Awareness a Good Thing Anyway? According to Warwick University, ‘Self-awareness is important because when we have a better understanding of ourselves, we are able to experience ourselves as unique and separate individuals. We are then empowered to… Continue Reading →

Spring into Action

How are you doing? It’s been lovely in London recently. The sun’s been shining. The parks are exploding into a sea of colour. There’s nothing quite like spring to inject a bit of verve and excitement into the day. And… Continue Reading →

Procrastination and overcoming it

Rabbit holes I’ve written on procrastination before. I’ve gone through a period of it recently, so I thought I’d knock something together on the subject. I like to be organised. I love a good plan. Details, details, details. But sometimes,… Continue Reading →

Procrastination: Pull your finger out

This is a fairly long post, but don’t put it off! You don’t want to procrastinate when trying to read about procrastination! What is procrastination? We all suffer from procrastination at one time or another. It’s okay, there’s no need… Continue Reading →

Take control of Your Finances

You Are More Than Your Finances What did wealth mean to you 10 years ago? What does it mean to you now? Has it changed? Does it change depending on how healthy your finances are looking at the time? The… Continue Reading →

7 ways to ‘stop moaning and be grateful’

Following on from a previous article, ‘Stop moaning and be grateful‘, here’s a list of some nice, easy things you can try. Why not introduce one a day for the next week? Drop me an email or leave a comment… Continue Reading →

Don’t Look Back In Anger

It’s not that long ago that I was sat at a desk in a pretty ugly building in a non-glamorous area of London feeling utterly abysmal about myself, my career and my abilities. I’d allowed a Jekyll-and-Hyde-type senior manager to gradually… Continue Reading →

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