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anxiety

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 →

Plan your way out of anxiety

Right here, Right now I hold my hand up; I’m one of those people who needs to do everything and needs to do everything right now. I’m also one of those people who sometimes ends up doing nothing and doing… Continue Reading →

Your Comfort Zone: the Worst Thing Possible

You hate your situation. Why are you still in it? I hate my job. I don’t love my boyfriend. I can’t stand this flat. These comments are trotted out by people all the time. And sometimes, the person really means it…. Continue Reading →

7 Coaching Myths

Coaching, Life Coaching, whatever you want to call it, is still shrouded in myths and confusion. There’s a whole diverse coaching industry out there, yet heaps of people don’t know what coaches do. And of those who do, there are… Continue Reading →

A change is as good as a rest

As the old saying goes, ‘a change is as good as a rest’. And it really is true. Well, it has been for me, at least. If you read my previous post, you’d have seen that I spent a fair… Continue Reading →

Confidence Week: 5 steps to a more confident you

I recently wrote about fear. The flip side of this is, of course, confidence. The greater your confidence, the more effective you’ll be in combating your fears. People who lack confidence often look over at their, seemingly, more confident peers… Continue Reading →

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