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Time to Talk Day

By Clare Wildman / 1st February 2018 / Comments Off on Time to Talk Day

Time to Talk When you hear the word HEALTH what comes to mind?  For many it is diet, for others it is all about activity but until recently the mind/soul/spirit side of things has been largely neglected.  The tide is turning though.  With stress, anxiety and depression now affecting so many people this is an…

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Love Yourself – The Greatest Love of all

By Clare Wildman / 30th January 2018 / Comments Off on Love Yourself – The Greatest Love of all

This was originally written for my local magazine Bletchley Buzz.  It’s a topic that comes up regularly with many finding it harder to love themselves than to love and care for others.  So with thanks to Bletchley Buzz I’m replicating it here, with a few tweaks, for those who aren’t lucky enough to get a…

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100 Year Old Inspiration

By Clare Wildman / 28th March 2017 / Comments Off on 100 Year Old Inspiration

100 Year Old Inspiration, Ivy      This week has been an important one for my husband’s family as his Nan, Ivy, celebrated her 100th birthday.  WOW!  Ever since I first met her Ivy has impressed me.  She was a mere youngster of 86 then.  She still did her own housework and shopping, regularly went…

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Choice Overwhelm

By Clare Wildman / 5th January 2017 / Comments Off on Choice Overwhelm

When it comes to deciding what you are going to work towards in the future it can be more tricky than it might originally seem.  At first it seems simple, you just decide what you want and then go about making it happen.  If you are anything like me though when you start looking at what…

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New Year Resolutions, New Options

By Clare Wildman / 3rd January 2017 / Comments Off on New Year Resolutions, New Options

New Year, New Options New options is the way I prefer to see the whole business of New Year resolutions. After all the idea is about creating something different for the year ahead. There is something inspiring about that first blank page of the calendar.  A fresh start, a new beginning.  Of course we can…

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What is Success, for you?

By Clare Wildman / 12th December 2016 / Comments Off on What is Success, for you?

Success “1.  The accomplishment of an aim or purpose 1.1  The attainment of fame, wealth, or social status 1.2   A person or thing that achieves desired aims or attains fame, wealth, etc. 2   The good or bad outcome of an undertaking” So says the Oxford Dictionary’s website. I believe that success is a very personal thing and…

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Your Environment Matters

By Clare Wildman / 7th December 2015 / Comments Off on Your Environment Matters

My Success Environment Whatever you are trying to achieve you need to create the right atmosphere for success.  What is that?  Well it’s going to be different for everyone and it may well vary over time. I got to thinking about that this morning.  I’d had a week off and knew that I needed to…

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What is the purpose of education?

By Clare Wildman / 3rd October 2015 / Comments Off on What is the purpose of education?

I’ll warn you now I don’t have the answers but this question was prompted by reading, on facebook, that there is going to be a Virgin Disruptors debate on education.  Having read the article I decided to share it and add my own comments.  When I started I didn’t realise quite how much I had…

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Glass half full or half empty

By Clare Wildman / 30th September 2015 / Comments Off on Glass half full or half empty

  You often hear people talking about the differentiation between how they see the proverbial glass; half full or half empty. It’s used as a pointer about how positively they see life.  I’ve noticed though that there’s another distinction that is worth looking out for when it comes to how you view your achievements or…

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Should – who says?

By Clare Wildman / 25th August 2015 / Comments Off on Should – who says?

Since I started my life coaching training I’ve become very sensitive to the word ‘should’ and love to replace it with ‘could’. Recently I’ve noticed that every time someone in the coaching room says ‘should’ my first question is “who says?”  It’s far better than asking someone to do the ‘should/could swap’ as it really…

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