I choose to run little experiments regularly. Why? Because I know if I don’t it’s only a matter of time until I’m stuck in my comfort zone and that usually means playing smaller and safer over and over again. I’m NOT anti-comfort! It took what felt like forever to choose our sofa because comfort wasContinue reading “7-day Experiments Challenge”
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What’s your timescale for success?
Recently I experienced two moments that made me stop and congratulate clients and my own growth in who I am now as a leader. One of my clients told me 20 minutes into our planned call of one hour that in that time they’d already uncovered the insights they really needed that day. We wrappedContinue reading “What’s your timescale for success?”
What you need if you step off the beaten track
Stepping off the beaten track of a known career path or changing to an entirely different career, takes courage, determination and the ability to get up when things don’t go the as planned. I’ve seen the same in the many successful career changers I’ve worked with. Courage here is not an absence of fear. ItsContinue reading “What you need if you step off the beaten track”
What I haven’t said before, what I’m saying now and what made that possible
Three years ago I left my last role in tax. In the time between then and this time last year, I worked really hard to develop my skills in coaching, facilitating and leading online career change programmes. In February 2020 COVID-19 landed in my home city of Brighton and Hove with a bang. I wasContinue reading “What I haven’t said before, what I’m saying now and what made that possible”