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Life Tools Box

Sometimes all we need to help us get back on track is the right tool. In the tips and tools section I’ll share with you some of the best life tools that I use in the coaching room so that you can use them for yourself at home. Life Tools for you to use at…

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Question from the Chat Letter

Questions are the stock in trade of a life coach.  I include a question in each of my chat letter emails to give you inspiration.  For example: “Where do you get inspiration from?” We’re all inspired differently. By a person, a book, a film, you name it. It’s useful to know what works for you…

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100 Year Old Inspiration

100 Year Old Inspiration, Ivy  Ivy was my husbands nan and she lived to nearly 101.  Ever since I first met her Ivy impressed me, she was a mere youngster of 86 then.  She still did her own housework and shopping, regularly went on outings with her boyfriend and would be the first on the…

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Value for Money, Your 24/7 Life Coach

I’ve heard a couple of times now that my clients worry that others will think that they are going crazy.  Is that because they are reaching for dreams that others think are impossible?  Because they are making radical changes to their lives?  Well maybe it’s those as well but the one thing that makes me…

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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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Get Inspired – what can you do?

Get Inspired Is a tag line used by the BBC to encourage more people into sport and I think it originated from London 2012.  You can tell it’s working.  So many athletes were inspired by the 2012 Olympics and are going on to bigger and better things now as a result.  Just check out the…

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A Lesson from the World of Motorbikes – Upgrading Your Skills

Learning and developing our skills leads us to becoming better versions of ourselves.  I never thought that this message would be brought home to me through motorbikes though. I got the inspiration for this blog post sitting in the car at Kempston Park.  The last time I’d visited I’d been dressed in a tiger suit…

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Take a break – is it time for a holiday?

Are you ready for a break?  It looks as though Pickle is! I’ve never really understood the whole ‘rest is for the weak’ approach. I know some people thrive on very little sleep but for me it’s essential.  Some industries seem to value the hours of work put in rather than the quality of it. …

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Three tips to reduce overwhelm, now

It’s 3pm on Monday as I write this and overwhelm has already struck (and to think I normally love Monday).  Does that sound familiar?  Along with all the usual work and home stuff I’ve signed up for two online programs for work, I’ve got a growing list of books I want to read, I’m developing a…

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I’m Worth It

“I’m good enough, I’m worth it.”  Two small phrases that jumped out at me when Candice Brown won Bake Off. I rarely watch programs like this and it’s even rarer that I watch the final live (iPlayer is my best friend when it comes to television) but I’m so pleased I caught this one. There…

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