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Are you a good leader to yourself? Answer these 5 Questions to Find Out!

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We hear so many opinions on what makes a good leader and how to run a successful team, but do we really apply these principles to ourselves? Are you an encouraging and compassionate leader to yourself every day? Are you treating your own mind and body the way you would expect to run a high performing team? Let’s take a short quiz and find out.

Let’s take a short quiz and find out.

The below five points are some of the behaviors good leaders show their teams.

Answer YES or NO to whether you pr…

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Are you a King or a Prince at Work?

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How big is your ego?

Let me get one thing clear before we expand this question. I think the ego is a beautiful thing if it stays healthy. I am not a fan of bagging the ego as it holds so many obvious gifts:  language, logic, decision making and more.

Here’s my formula for a healthy ego:

Healthy EGO = KING                                             Unhealthy EGO = PRINCE

We all know the difference between a KING and a PRINCE right?

The king is powerful and courageous yet fully accountable…

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5 Things You Should Know Before Starting Your Own Business

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Looking to leave your big corporate job and starting your own business? Many senior executives daydream about the freedom of what life could be not working for the man. Starting your own business feels like the way out of modern day slavery. Of course, there are practical reasons to consider, however, I would like to explore the psychological and energetic thinking you should employ before you make that big leap of starting your own business.

Top five things you need to know before you make tha…

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Point Zero

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What does it mean to be at ‘point zero’? Why do we want to go there and how can we get there?

Point Zero is a place whereby your mindset and thoughts are operating like the inner observer or the inner witness. It means that you rely on having peaceful and free thoughts and perceptions of the world, rather than relying on external or physical experiences to drive your happiness or mood. Let me repeat that.

YOU CANNOT RELY ON EXTERNAL CIRCUMSTANCES OR OUTCOMES
TO DRIVE YOUR MOOD OR STATE OF PEACE…

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What Makes A Great Coach?: The Coaching Challenge

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What is the greatest fear that most counsellors and coaches present with?

Most of my clients tell me their great fear is not knowing an answer to a question when in a client session and then feeling embarrassed or put on the spot. They start to doubt their ability to handle situations and fear they are inadequate to take on clients. A surprising number of counsellors and coaches I see tell me this keeps them awake at night and impacts their self confidence at work. It affects their focus and mo…

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5 Ways to Beat the Imposter Syndrome

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Do you ever feel like an imposter in the room?

Maybe you're a coach or therapist working with a client, or a business leader or manager speaking to your team. Or, maybe you find yourself talking with your patients, co-workers or peers and a moment of doubt shows up. You start to wonder if you're actually capable or qualified or educated enough to be advising, coaching or leading. But the truth is, you definitely are.

This is the Imposter Syndrome, and the good news is that it can be beat.

It …

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5 Ways to Boost Confidence with Clients or at Work

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Have you ever been working with a client, giving a presentation or leading a team and thought, even for just a moment, “I can’t do this,” or “I’m not qualified for this,” or “Why should they listen to me?”

Have you ever been working one-on-one with someone or speaking to a group, and right in the middle of you sentence a voice in the back of your head chimed in with, “You aren’t good enough to do this”?

This is the Imposter Syndrome and, if we aren’t careful, it can be debilitating. But the go…

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Mind Fit

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I am an expert of the MIND. Wow, that felt weird when I first said it, but yes- the MIND.

I have real-life experience having conducted over 10,000 sessions coaching people with mindset issues. Addictions. Relationship conflicts. Self-confidence issues. Poor habits. Shadows. Career crisis. You name it, I have heard it. I also understand the pressures and stress of the business world. Again, a ‘mind’ challenge. So, after my own corporate meltdown (having come through the ranks too quickly), I stu…

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Not Knowing Passage

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We have all felt the distress of not knowing how to make changes in our lives. For example, we may know we’re in the wrong job but not know what the right job may be. We may want to be more loving but not know how to unlock our heart. We may want a new relationship but not know how to meet someone new. It’s a difficult time when our reality doesn’t match our desires. We feel the tension inside, what are we going to do about it???

It may help to understand that our soul doesn’t feel this tension…

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The Seven Inspiring Things To Do During Lockdown

7 Inspiring Things To Do During Lockdown

 We are in an extremely inwardly reflecting point in time. A global change that is asking us to search deep. In terms of your inner and outer health, what are some inspired things to catch up on? I have made a short list. Enjoy!

#1 – Intellectual Property (IP)

Whether we’re working for someone else or ourselves, ALL of us have access to a lot of stored information and intelligence built up over the life of your career. And some of us are really good at translating that into powerful products, …

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