I often feel as though many of us in the world of growth and personal development have a greater tendency to look at our childhood in a way that makes us focus on what was missing or what we lacked than what we gained. However, what if we were to give equal attention to each?Read More
I flew home to the UK from Canada this past week and decided to take a week long holiday as I settled back into the British lifestyle. The opportunity to take some time away from my business caused me to reflect upon a degree of progress that often gets overlooked.Read More
I used to think that the point of doing anything was to be good at it. To work on being the best or at least, the best you could be. However when I went running this weekend, something hit me (metaphorically of course)...Read More
This post has been difficult to post. As a coach, I often feel as though I’m not supposed to show my vulnerabilities but I also know that my vulnerabilities are what make me most relatable, human. And boy, am I that.Read More
I find that taking a leap of faith always seems leads to new learning and something to be proud of. Find out what a leap of faith resulted in for me this year and let me know what leaps of faith you took that you're proud of also.Read More
This week marked the completion of my 27th year around the sun. It also marked the completion of 6th months of having lived in Canada. So, my blog post today is a little different to the normal personal development work I'd write about. Here are 6 interesting things I've learned about Canada over the past 6 months.Read More
It's Christmas!! And 2017 is just around the corner. As with every year, we tend to set ourselves new goals and intentions. However, It can be terrifying to have a challenging goal in front of you. Fear of failure to achieve in the midst of it can halt or paralyse our endeavour. Re-defining your relationship to its uncertain achievement is paramount to your growth and what's possible.Read More
I’ve been doing a daily gratitude practice for just over a year now. I like to connect to the small nuances and beauty of life that remind me to experience it as the gift that it is. This contributes to my well-being, eudemonic happiness and helps one to look at life through the lens of abundance. As they say, tangible abundance was never created from a scarcity mind-set. What are you grateful for?Read More
I graduated from the University of Nottingham in 2011 with a BA Hons Human Geography. I was excited to get out into the world and start my career. So I did. I found myself a job in a law firm, spent some time travelling around Peru and even tried my hand at adult figure skating.
I wasn’t happy.
So I quit my job, embarked on a new path and discovered a lot about myself. If you’re at a crossroad with your career, you might be understandably nervous. Here are five things I wish someone had told me...Read More