Making a coffee, looking for something to eat when I’m not hungry, answering emails, putting the washing on, feeling irritable, dithering, being compelled to collect my lenses from the opticians down the road – what do all these things have in common? Continue reading →
When I first heard the term soul in conjunction with the word business, my heart leapt. I recognised that this was the connection of the two passions in my life, my personal spiritual beliefs and my interest in business. But it wasn’t always like this. Continue reading →
My new client was pouring her heart out to me. Her eyes were shining as she described how she had achieved the goal she had set herself. “I wanted ten more client hours in my week, consistently filled, and look, here’s my appointment book!” She showed me a week in her diary, with all her appointments slots filled.
But then she slumped back in her chair. Her energy suddenly changed, and there was a silence. I waited. “The only problem is I feel a bit down about it, and I can’t understand it. I’ve got what I said I wanted, the money is flowing in, my time is booked up for the next month or so, so why do I feel a bit deflated?” Continue reading →
Recently I was interviewed by Paul Harvey of www.market-that.com on the subject of How to Manage in Troubled Times. I spent an enjoyable hour basically sharing with people how I manage my own worries and concerns, what I’ve learnt to do that works, and what doesn’t work, and inviting people to try some of the tools out for themselves.