Getting Focused & more importantly staying focused to achieve anything you want to!

September saw us get back in gear after those lazy summer days and embark on our ‘Re-focus Campaign’ for Winter 2012. Now that we’re in FULL swing we thought it would be great to share the steps we and our clients are taking to achieve our 2012 goals, so that you can do it too! Getting focused is one thing, staying focused is usually the real challenge. […]

By | October 2nd, 2012|Blog|Comments Off on Getting Focused & more importantly staying focused to achieve anything you want to!

7 Career Advice Tips if you’re considering a change.

1. Action cures Fear Firstly Do something! Don’t say – I can’t, however fearful you might be. Ask for help, people will help if they see you are making a genuine effort to take action. Action empowers you, the first step will be the hardest and gradually you will start to take bigger and bigger steps. Keep taking action every day. […]

By | June 14th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off on 7 Career Advice Tips if you’re considering a change.

Just like your bank account, did you know you have an Energy Account?

I have been using the analogy of the energy bank account for many years now with clients and it is definitely one of the most effective tools in helping people become aware of the importance of balance, time out and investment back into themselves. The basic rules are these:¬†Essentially it’s a numbers game. You only ever have 100% energy. Just as there are only ever 24 hours in each day and usually 16 waking hours in a day. Every human’s level of energy works the same, we have circadian cycles, where we are more productive and alert at certain times of the day. […]

By | May 27th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off on Just like your bank account, did you know you have an Energy Account?

7 steps to enjoying the job you have now

It’s never the most popular of concepts, when I first float this with a new client who is desperate to move onwards, upwards or sometimes, anywhere away from where they currently are. But, it’s effectiveness always silences even the most initially resistant, because, finding a new job, new career, moving forward in any way takes energy, positivity and focus. Something my clients will have heard repeatedly, is ‘that the quality of our new beginning is determined by the quality of the ending preceding’. […]

By | May 27th, 2012|Blog|Comments Off on 7 steps to enjoying the job you have now