This is a pretty personal post and one that I’m sure will resonate with a few of you. It’s not just a rant about the job market, I’ve also included some Coaching tips that might help you through if – like most of us – you need to work. It’s been on my blog list for a while but jumped straight to the top today after I received another rejection.
Everyone experiences anxiety at some point in their lives, some mild and some severe. For this post, I will discuss how using deflection can assist in managing mild anxiety in social situations regarding challenges with weight.
Travel can do wonders for everyone if done regularly and with awareness – obviously not in the clinical sense (before I get in trouble with various counsels) but from a therapeutic perspective. What I mean here is that you’re not just booking a holiday because you’re so overwhelmed/stressed out that you need to run away and escape to 30 degree heat and room service. I’m talking about planning your entire year around your time away rather than the usual way we do it, around work. Read More
One of the most common responses I get after meeting with or pitching Employee Engagement Coaching to a business owner or HR Manager is “we would love to do this but we don’t have the budget right now.” In actual fact, you never had the budget or ever will have the budget because it’s not something you have planned for. Coaching allows you to plan, map out how you can find the funding and at the same time, starts demonstrating the benefits of Coaching not just for you but also your workforce. Read More
Take the First Steps to Change
There are a mountain of quotes you can find online that talk about change, how good it is, how much better your life will be etc etc and I believe this is true however, it can also be extremely overwhelming as well and this should be understood.
“You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step”
Deadlines are a very common part of work life. We know we need them in order to achieve certain objectives but how we deliver these deadlines can be the difference in helping to reduce workplace stress, anxiety and depression.Read More
I talk about failing a lot. Whether in life or in business. Why? Because it’s inevitable to happen especially if you’re doing something completely new/following your dream/don’t have all the resources you need. I also talk about how this is a good thing. Great leaders will also echo this. Read More
Exercise trends come and go before we have time to master the new workout. Yet, the one trend that never dies is exercise for success. When we’re focused on our goals we can find it difficult to do…Read More
While I could easily outline hundreds of benefits that come along with having a virtual guide who’s there for you at your beck and call, there are really 23 core benefits that exist. We simply have to realise that we can’t do everything ourselves. Sometimes, we require the skills and expertise of someone who’s immersed in the field of success and self-improvement, able to guide and steer us in the right direction.Read More