Archive for the ‘Values’ Category

Stop BSing Yourself – Make Time!

March 31, 2019  |   Values   |     |   0 Comment

  One of the most common explanations I hear from friends, family and those I work with is that they are not accomplishing what they say they want to accomplish because there simply isn’t enough time to do it. At the risk of annoying you, I say nonsense!! This is the lie we tell ourselves to justify why we are not doing what we say we really want ...

Ownership Equals Success

March 01, 2015  |   Leadership,Values   |     |   0 Comment

The past few weeks I have been reflecting on the work of Steve Chandler and David Schwartz. Both write about the power of taking full ownership of your life and the positive impact this can have in creating the successes you want. Now this is not new thinking, but it has really resonated with me personally. Lately I have been surrounded with a great deal of energy that sings more of ‘we can’t’ ...

What’s Your Career Fit for 2015?

January 25, 2015  |   Leadership,Values   |     |   0 Comment

What do you have in store for your career in 2015?  Anything new on your horizon or is it simply the status quo?  If you are planning to seek new opportunities do you have a plan in place to help you find the change you want? Are you clear on what it is you want?  I find many seeking career change lack clarity when it comes to making career decisions.  Many of us struggle with believing ...

Living In Line With Purpose

June 15, 2014  |   Values   |     |   0 Comment

One of the greatest and most rewarding pieces of work I do with the professional women I work with focusses on supporting them to get clear on what it is they truly value. This work enables us to create a picture of where they are living in balance with what they truly value, and where they are living at odds with their values. When we are experiencing friction all around us we can be sure we ...

Work-Life Imbalance means….?

May 17, 2014  |   Inner Critic,Leadership,Values   |     |   0 Comment

If you have worked in an organization, then you have heard about, read about and talked about work-life balance and what that means.  I have heard, read and been involved in many passionate debates on this topic and one thing I have noticed is that people can be very positional on this matter.