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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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Would you rather be helped or heard?

When a version of this question popped up on one of my social media feeds this week it struck me as really highlighting the value of coaching - a process that’s primarily about listening. Of course there are times when advice from someone with expert knowledge is...

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Surged out

Well, 2021 seems pretty determined to gallop ahead whether I like it or not. I don’t know about you, but having survived the spiked neurotransmitter soup of emergency surge capacity for nearly 12 months I’m really feeling it now. I’m not sure that pushing to keep...

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Welcome

Last year I trained as a coach with Relational Dynamics 1st who focus on creative, cultural and non-profit settings. This training is something I’ve wanted to do for some time, and because it was delivered online in 2020, it slotted nicely into the reality of my...

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