Harriet’s Story

Harriet and I started working together through an unusual root. She had been offered coaching as part of a collaborative project she was working on. But as often happens when someone is offered coaching as part of work, and as she shares, she wasn’t quite sure what to make of it. Whether she needed it…

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How to change how you feel.

In the flurry of today’s world, how goes things in your life? Honestly. How are you doing? Have you ever noticed the platitudes used to answer this question. “Fine”, “OK”, “Not bad”? Not saying anything.   Or those who focus on what’s not right or what’s wrong. What they or others haven’t got. Where they…

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How to spot and deal with the imposter syndrome.

Do you secretly worry that others will find out that you’re not as bright and capable as they think you are? Do you sometimes shy away from challenges because of nagging self doubt? Or chalk up your accomplishments to being a ‘fluke’, “just Lucky’ and ‘no big deal’? If you have answered yes to any…

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7 Keys of Confidence ~ Do you trust yourself? (video)

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  This video is another short extract from my recent live training on the 7 Keys of Confidence. On Day 7, I asked a question, “Do you trust yourself?” Not that you will always get the right answer or be perfect but do you trust yourself to make a decision? So many times we make a…

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Interview: Confidence Crises & Knocks (video)

What’s the difference between a confidence crisis and a confidence knock? And how do you deal with each? In this fifth and final part of my interview with Tiffany, I discuss how to recover from a confidence crisis that leads to self doubt and questioning. I also share how reviewing our beliefs and choosing the…

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Just Be You

As the words came out of the speaker’s mouth the atmosphere in the room shifted. It was as if she had used the ‘F’ word or blasphemed from the pulpit. I heard audible gasps and groans. People were turning to each other and muttering. The speaker was obviously used to her words having this sort…

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Start with yourself – Hilary’s story

Have you ever noticed how much you put other people first? In fact, if you wrote a list of the ten most important people in your life, would you even be on there? When I have done this as an exercise in my workshops, you’d be surprised at how many people put the neighbour’s dog…

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