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So, you want to drive your career change?

So, as you sit at your desk today, how are you feeling? If you’re looking for a new job, to change career or you’re just not quite sure what lies ahead, there are some things you can do to take… Continue Reading →

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 →

You hate your job, now what?

Oh, come on, doesn’t everyone hate their job? There’s the work. The colleagues. The boss. The customers. Ugh. You hate your job. And then you have a cup of coffee, a moan, and just get on with things. Actually, it’s… Continue Reading →

What has a Career Coach ever done for us?

I love lists. I love coaching. So here’s a list about coaching. Or more precisely, some reasons you would want to a Career Coach in your life. Go on, you know you do! 22 Good Reasons to Hire a Career… Continue Reading →

10 signs you hate your job

I’ve mentioned previously that I used to do a job that I grew to hate. It’s very easy to get caught up in the day-to-day and ignore what’s going on. It took me quite some time to acknowledge to myself:… 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 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 →

7 Steps to Knowing your Key Motivators: You Did It

Well done, you did it! Congratulations! You’ve reached the end of all seven. If you’re genuinely interested in moving forward towards doing something you love, you should be in a really good place to start that journey. Obviously, it takes… Continue Reading →

7 Steps to Knowing your Key Motivators: Day 7

Day 7 – Effecting change If you’ve gone through the exercises of the past six steps, you’ve given good thought and attention to: your motivators what’s important to you your talents possibilities your hidden interests what inspires you what makes… Continue Reading →

7 Steps to Knowing your Key Motivators: Day 6

Day 6 – Examine your perceptions Why are you in the situation you’re in at the moment? You might have an amazing life. You might not. You might know that there’s something you want to do, be or have, but… Continue Reading →

7 Steps to Knowing your Key Motivators: Day 5

Day 5 – Looking back In coaching, we generally try to look to the future. Indeed, days 2 and 3 are focused on your future. It can, however, be incredibly useful to take a peek back into the past. You… Continue Reading →

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