Monthly Archives: February 2016

Six catalysts for career change – and what to do next

We’ve all been there. Unhappy in your job, feeling stressed and undervalued, and in desperate need for a change. There are so many reasons for people to make a career change. Each one of them is valid and often personal. My clients usually come to career coaching with a open mind about where they want to go, but […]

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Beat procrastination with your 3 daily MITs

Procrastination. We all do it. Whether we fritter hours on Facebook, make endless cups of office coffee, fiddle with tiny tasks or do chores instead of working in our home office, it’s how we avoid tackling the bigger tasks or projects. We all have days we’ve lost our mojo for a project – often because there are […]

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Imposter syndrome sneaks in when success strikes

In the middle of a lively kick off session with a new business coaching client this week I heard a phrase that I hear all too often when listening to clients talk about growing their business or career: “But who am I, little old me, to be thinking this way. To think that I can take on this […]

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