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How we spend our days is, of course, how we spend our lives.

ANNIE DILLARD

what is coaching?

Coaching is a dynamic process through which I support and challenge my clients, enabling them to identify and clarify goals and develop their own plans to achieve them.  →

 

what happens?

Practically, coaching takes the form of a structured conversation (coaching session) in which the coach uses attentive listening, skilled questioning and sometimes specific exercises to encourage the client to develop their thinking. →

 

about me

I love helping people connect with the sweet spot at the centre of why they do what they do – because then, the work of getting it done  (and sharing it) is so much easier. →

about you

Coaching is ideal for personal and professional development, project accountability, overcoming blocks, dealing with issues and challenges, increasing confidence, changing and/or developing direction.

One Piece at a Time

Johnny Cash would have been 89 this week and Letters of Note marked the date by sharing this delightful list in the master’s hand. Personally, I’m probably a bigger fan of list-writing than Mr Cash seems to be here. I love getting stuff out of my head and onto the...

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One-a-day

Somewhere in the middle of last year I realised it had been a long time since I’d enjoyed anything very much. Every day had a to do list as long as my arm and every day it got rolled over and over and never got cleared. I knew I really needed a day off, to get up to a...

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Easy like Sunday morning

With lockdown days and weeks becoming a blur, the benefits of stopping to rest are more important than ever. Whatever your spiritual framework, setting aside a day that’s different to the other six offers an essential space to re-frame the seemingly endless swirl, and...

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What clients say…

“It was nice to be really allowed space to think aloud and talk about me”

“a positive, affirming experience which gave me a new perspective;

that I’m not as ‘lost’ as I thought and that I am already on the path.

Even on the phone you managed to create a climate of acceptance”

“you gave me space to think, and slowed my pace of thinking down as usually my brain can run away with me

Great things are done by a series of small things brought together

VINCENT VAN GOGH