A Word of the Year is quite simply a focus point for you, for your coming year. It is there to support you, or challenge you, in the months ahead. You might also think of it as an Energy of the Year.
There’s no denying that vision boards are popular right now, especially as we start a new year and we’re all thinking about goals and plans and The Year Ahead… As someone who’s a believer, I talk about them a lot and I’m finding people typically land in one of two camps… (well, actually three). VisionContinue reading “Why vision boards don’t work (and how to make one that does)”
Self-belief is easily dented if you let it be; here’s my invitation… if you find yourself feeling less-than because you’re not sure what people are talking about, or you’re in one of those conversations where you feel it’s about to go wrong, call a time-out and check in with word-meanings
This morning I was reflecting simply on my journey during lockdown, at the start of which I was unclear on my direction and trembled in front of a room of people. Suddenly I see that it is possible to take more small steps forward.
If you’ve known me more than five minutes, you’ll know I’m a huge fan of decluttering, of everything having a rightful place and of letting go of anything that does not serve you. I believe in physical (and mental) spaces that nurture, not drain.
We’re taught not to brag. But is it bragging if you’ve done it? And how does this link to self-belief?
I first came across ‘roles & goals’ whilst reading Stephen R. Covey’s 7 Habits book many years ago; applying it at the time to the very discrete areas of ‘work’ and ‘home’ – it’s been a lightbulb moment to realise how much this simple technique can support me now that work and home are inextricably linked…
Hey you :), I hope you’re seeing some lovely signs of spring where you are? We’re high up in the hills so the hedgerows are just greening up now; this season brings so many quick changes to watch for and I find it a true joy to look each day for new growth. Closer toContinue reading “Change is the only constant…”
Hello you, Humans are wonderful storytellers. We’re hardwired to shape experiences into stories, to help us remember events, to entertain and to fill gaps in our knowledge. And on that whole, that works really well. However, have you ever told yourself this story? Once upon a time, my friend didn’t reply to my text andContinue reading “Why you should be careful about the stories you choose to tell yourself”