I recently read an article profiling a TV presenter who had written a book about what had helped her recover from cancer.
Don’t be deceived by appearances! By the wonders of graphic design*, I’ve had a book cover superimposed onto a very realistic looking set of paperbacks.
When I started working with George*, she wasn’t in a good place. A senior consultant, she’d had a tough year and was feeling stressed and low in confidence.
I’ve recently taken up mountain biking because of this man, Phil, and his coffee stand.
I’m a firm believer that we are all in choice. We have the power to think, feel or do what we want in any given moment.
A while back, I watched the film Walk with me about life at Plum Village, the monastery set up in France by the late Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hanh.
Will* came to our coaching session seeking tips for a forthcoming speaking gig. He hated public speaking and was dreading sitting on a panel at a big conference.
I’m currently competing in the tennis club tournament. I’m pleased to say that things are going quite well, but I came out of my last match disappointed in how I’d played, even though my partner and I won.
Emotions are contagious. A couple of months ago, I shared a blog about our emotional state and how, if we’re feeling stressed, the people around us will too.
What do you do first in the morning? Have some quiet time to reflect and plan your day? Or check your phone and end up being sucked into a vortex of emails?