Five key reasons you must learn to trust yourself

Five key reasons you must learn to trust yourself

I’ve noticed a crisis recently, a crisis of trust. I’ve noticed how seldom and little many of us trust ourselves. I’ve noticed it with many of my clients. They have an inkling, a sense of a choice that is best for them or their team, but instead of...
Just don’t do it!

Just don’t do it!

A few weeks ago we were asked to comment on an article for C-suite leadership – on the best ways to work on vacation without too much disruption. I understand the desire for this guidance. Many of us feel like we can’t fully unplug and yet we don’t want our need to...
Follow your bliss

Follow your bliss

“If you follow your bliss, doors will open for you that wouldn’t have opened for anyone else.” ~Joseph Campbell Recently a client was discussing her upcoming choice between two new jobs. The discussion seemed like a cost-benefit analysis – all head and very...
Are you a workaholic?

Are you a workaholic?

Workaholic is a term that gets thrown about easily. No one seems to take it seriously. We are a society of working harder, doing more, and pushing forward no matter what. What’s wrong with that?, we may all question. And, at the same time, many of us also question...
Are you addicted to adrenaline?

Are you addicted to adrenaline?

A few weeks ago, on a day jam-packed with emails and to-dos and a full day of facilitation for a client, I received a desperate email from a dear friend and colleague in London. She was scheduled to work with a client in three-days time, and was denied a visa to...