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Journal

Why Journal? Wise Words from Jim Rohn

I wouldn’t be without my journal – specifically my version of a Bullet Journal  (see my earlier blog post here – My Journey into the Bullet Journal.  So I was really pleased to come across this passage from the late, great Jim Rohn today which really spells out nicely the benefits of keeping a journal […]

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Goal Setting – A PROCESS

I work with individuals every day who want to…. Start something Stop something Want more of something Want less of something Want to develop new habits Want to give up old habits The possibilities and permutations are endless! What they all have in common is that they want to move from where they are now […]

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imagineering success

Imagineering success

If there was a  way that would help you to achieve your goals more quickly, more of the time, would you be prepared to give it a go? Have you ever thought that setting goals for yourself if is a dull, uninspiring process that does nothing to boost your motivation? If you have answered “yes” to […]

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Acknowledge what you are already doing

How often do you acknowledge what you are already doing? Last week I spent an enjoyable day training aspiring coaches in London.  In preparing for the day I reviewed a large number of coaching models.  I was struck by what seemed to be a pattern – most of them focus on 2 areas: What do you […]

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Interview Success – Practise Makes Perfect!

Sadly, it’s often not the best person for the job who gets it; it’s the person who performs best in the interview. So with competition for jobs increasing, how can you ensure that you are the one who performs best?  How can you plan for interview success? The first step is to PLAN.  There are […]

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Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action

Book Review: Start With Why

Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek My rating: 4 of 5 stars Like a lot of people, I first came across Simon Sinek by watching his TED Talk. Packed with examples and case studies it demonstrates the tendency many businesses and individuals have of concentrating on what […]

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Set Goals (Not Resolutions) This New Year

It’s the time of year that many of us look ahead and set New Year’s resolutions – but honestly, how often do we succeed in keeping to them? More importantly – why not? The answer may lie in the dictionary – according to the Oxford Dictionary a “resolution” is a firm decision to do or […]

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Book Review: Mind Games: Inspirational Lessons from the World’s Finest Sports Stars

Jeff Grout & Sarah Perrin (2004) This book explores many of the theories and strategies found in a lot of self-help and popular psychology books such as mental rehearsal, goal setting, resilience, positive mental attitude, beliefs, state management and anchoring. The difference here is that the authors have interviewed many sports stars such as Matthew […]

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Book Review: Start With Why

Simon Sinek (2011)  I first came across Simon Sinek when I watched his TED Talk (which I would highly recommend). In his talk and now in this book he sets out to explain why successful businesses and leaders are successful at what they do.  Using a variety of case studies and examples, ranging from Apple […]

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