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Food for thought
July 6, 2018

The ‘messy middle’ of career transition is tough

Even though I know about, and coach others on, transitioning from where you are to where you want to be, it can be a tough…
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Food for thought
April 4, 2018

Resilience is learnable

In coaching and leadership development, there is a lot of conversation about resilience. Resilience is an ability to cope with unexpected changes and challenges in your…
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Food for thought
January 21, 2018

Unwanted weight loss, and the solution 

About 6 years ago, I was constantly under pressure because I couldn’t get everything done on time. I was creating, and rolling out nationally, several…
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Food for thought
December 14, 2017

There is a reason we have two ears and one mouth

As someone who quite likes to talk, I remind myself that we were given two ears and one mouth for a reason. Listening fully, and…
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Food for thought
November 10, 2017

When we’re threatened, it’s fight or flight!

Yesterday, I gave a presentation at the 2017 Mindful Leadership Forum in Sydney on how to ‘grow’ mindful leadership in organisations. One of the tools…
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Food for thought
October 19, 2017

Giving people the eye…….

I’ve been experimenting recently with looking people in the eye and making an effort to really connect with them – particularly those I have had…
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Food for thought
September 5, 2017

Comparison is the Death of Joy (Mark Twain)

Comparison doesn’t serve us well, and it usually doesn’t bring joy to our lives. When we compare, we’re either putting others down, and telling ourselves…
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Food for thought
July 14, 2017

Who was telling stories? Me, actually…

Storytelling is incredibly powerful – just be sure it’s used in the right way Storytelling is important.  Inspiring stories motivate and move us – they…
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Food for thought
April 21, 2017

Valuing honesty makes difficult conversations less difficult

Jessie was new to my team, and had a lot going for her – great work ethic, project management skills and focus. However, after a…
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