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Commitment

Do you REALLY want it?

Well done, that presentation went really well. You got that promotion. You made your first million. All things to be proud of, I’m sure. Now think about the process you went through to reach your goal. Did it just happen?… 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 →

How to enjoy the job you’re in

Many people hate their job. Or at least they think they do. I discussed what to do if you hate your job in a recent post. I got some feedback from people questioning why a coach might suggest that the… 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 →

Sort out your commitment

Stick with the status quo? I’ve always been a bit, well, rigid. But where it came to making progress in my personal life, and my professional life to some degree, I could be very flexible. Flexible about gymming. Flexible about… Continue Reading →

A beginner’s guide to SMART goal-setting

…and why SMART is not enough So what is SMART? In the words of Mary Poppins while she was doing that summer job as a coach… Let’s start at the very beginning A very good place to start When you… Continue Reading →

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