Career Coaching: Microdosing

Microdosing

Career Coaching: Microdosing. Ok, so the bad news is that there is no perfect job that will be full of joy all the day long. The good news is that you are totally capable of tipping the balance from a role that is mostly dark into one that has mostly light. These are the roles […]

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Leadership Coach: Mistakes

The Value of Your Mistakes

Leadership Coaching: Mistakes: Never underestimate the benefit of previous mistakes. These mistakes, held kindly, are our professional gold-dust. We live in a society they deems mistakes a bad thing. I do understand if mistakes are life-threatening then indeed they are bad things. The reality is however that in our modern day world, most of our […]

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Career Coach: joy

Career coach: Joy

Career coach: Joy. Is it possible to find work that gives you joy as well as an income? Absolutely! Did anyone tell you at school that this was possible? Or were you expected to fulfill someone else’s pre-defined category?With most people, I meet the answer is often sadly, ‘Absolutely’ all over again… “The place God calls […]

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Leadership Coaching: Unrealised Talent

Leadership: Unrealised Talent

Leadership Coaching: Unrealised Talent. You might be a leader and not even know it… Leaders come on all shapes and forms. Last month I had an experience where I was cornered into recognising my own leadership ability I set out on a mission online. I extended the invitation for others to join. Suddenly I was leading […]

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Career Coaching: Agility

Embrace Change: I Dare You!

Career Coaching: Agility: I was thinking about relationships and why it is some survive and some do not. I believe it’s connected to the level of agility within each partner. We all change as the years go by. It’s about co-existence in a relationship where both parties are going to shift their perspectives ever so […]

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Career Coaching: Retirement

Retiring…..? Now What????

Career coaching: Retirement: Those of you who are more sensible than me (and make the appropriate provision) might well have the opportunity to take retirement much earlier than the mandatory 60-odd years. I’m sure that will be a relief on some levels, gaining you both financial and time freedoms you’ve never had before. I guess it […]

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