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5 Hot Tips for Overcoming Obstacles & your Inner Critic 0

Posted on 5, February 2018

in Category Decisions, Mindset, Motivation

Inner critic

It’s all about mindset What you say when you talk to yourself [Shad Helmsetter’s best-selling book] Why you give the imposter syndrome permission control your life Whether you are prepared to act ‘as it’ – even ‘fake it till you make it’ How much you indulge your gremlins, those inner critics.   Susan Jeffers wrote a whole book on ‘Feel the fear and do it anyway’. FEAR = False Evidence Appearing Real. It is essentially about the choices we make. What if you choose to replace fear with another, stronger emotional driver; that of core confidence? Choosing to be controlled [&hellip

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Women at the Top 0

Posted on 28, April 2017

in Category Career Development, leadership, Motivation

Wow!  So much in the media about women’s place at work! Greg Hurst in the Times pointed out that female leaders are better than their male counterparts. ……The Wall Street Journal last year reported on how men won more promotions and women felt that gender issues contributed to them not getting promotions.   ……Last year the Fawcett Society called for more action to tackle the gender pay gap.   ……The Guardian reported that despite the increase in the number of women in UK boardrooms, they still tend to hold non-executive and non-CEO or Chair positions. ……According to a report from Coutts [&hellip

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Focus and Planning the Olympic Way 0

Posted on 1, September 2016

in Category Mindset, Motivation, Personal Development

In an interview with Matt Whitlock on the BBC following the Olympic Games in Rio, Sarah Montague congratulated him on winning two individual gold medals and a bronze medal for the team, and that his first gold medal was the first ever Team GB gold medal for gymnastics.

She asked him some interesting questions: ‘Did you ever dare to dream before Rio ….. ? After winning the first how did you handle yourself? What did you tell yourself?”

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Posted on 1, February 2016

in Category coaching, Decisions, leadership, Mindset, Motivation, New year's resolutions, Training

The Rolls-Royce Women Network, which was re-launched September 2015, organise the Insight Hours.   The Insight Hours happen quarterly with the aim of providing employees with the opportunity to meet members of the leadership team. The objective of these sessions is to go beyond the general assumptions of senior management roles stepping into the personal and professional moments they bring.   “Instead of a monologue by the guest speaker, the small size of the group provides a space where ideas and experiences can be shared, providing a great opportunity to really get to know the person“, explained Patricia Patilla Sanchez, [&hellip

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From Kenya – lessons in motivation 0

Posted on 4, November 2015

in Category Motivation

We are delighted to be able to share this article from David Brown of Peponi School in Kenya. “We make journeys in life for different reasons. Most are quite straightforward— we visit relatives, friends or simply go away on a relaxing break. We also learn that life is a journey. We will have ups and downs. We will understand ourselves better if we travel, the more experiences we have the wiser we will become. We will broaden our horizons, become more interesting people. Then there are the epic journeys of the Ancient and Modern Heroic Ages: The Odyssey, The Lord [&hellip

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