Why is it important to take breaks

Why is it important to take breaks

So you know the phrase work hard, play hard? Hi Well, if that means anything to you and it certainly does to me then you might want to know what the scientists have discovered and have to say about that. Studies have shown that when you are constantly working, when you constantly have your head down on the task or…

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How to manage emotions at work

How to manage emotions at work

How to manage emotions at work This subject just keeps coming up with my clients! Whether it’s in the guise of how to manage anger at work (a big one for female leaders)… how to manage anxiety at work (and all of the ways it leaks out of us if we don’t), or managing conflict at work (or rather not,…

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What’s really important to you?

What’s really important to you?

Discover your values Hi What’s really important to you? Seriously, just stop and think for a moment because most of the time we’re just so busy getting through our day. We’re all so busy rushing through all of the things that need to be solved….. All of our problems. The problems of our teams. Other people’s problems!… We’re so busy…

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Talk Radio Clip Penny Smith

Talk Radio Clip Penny Smith

Penny: Well, it is almost September, lots of schools going back on Tuesday. Parliament’s back on Tuesday. Why do we still get that back to school feeling as adults? That is a question that we’re going to address now,and we’re going to address it with Sue Belton, whose a leadership and life coach and author of Change Your Life in…

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Do you have back-to-school Syndrome?

Do you have back-to-school Syndrome?

Back to school syndrome You’re feeling a nervous, jittery anticipation of something – you just don’t know what…you have an urge to change something, your appearance, your job – just something. But hold fire – if you’re not careful you could be unwittingly about to make a very big, very expensive, mistake. I’ve seen it – people completely switching careers,…

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BBC Radio Guernsey Clip

BBC Radio Guernsey Clip

Dave: Talking about this back to school syndrome. I don’t know about you. I’m just feeling a bit. I just felt it the last week, like this nervous anticipation of something, and I’m looking in the diary and there’s nothing. I mean, it’s just, you know what I mean? But after years spent in the school system, we’re mentally programmed…

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Life After Lockdown

Life After Lockdown

  If lockdown has made you question a lot of things in your life, then I can help you clarify exactly what you do want and don’t want in your life and career post lockdown and how to make it all happen now covid has forced many of us to look at our lives and question a lot of things…

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Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome?

Do you suffer from Imposter Syndrome?

Imposter syndrome and how to overcome it You’re a fake, you’re a fraud and you’re about to get found out. Is this something you tell yourself on a regular basis despite all of the evidence and all of your achievements otherwise? If so, then you might be one of the millions of unfortunate people who suffer from impostor syndrome. Now,…

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Just Say No

Just Say No

How to say no professionally Just say no. Easier said than done, I know and especially now. It’s really, it’s harder than ever to create your own healthy boundaries around your time and energy and this is because all of our natural physical boundaries have all been taken away. So the time when you were travelling, you were unavailable. The…

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