Why Not Achieving Your Goals Doesn’t Make You A Failure

Why Not Achieving Your Goals Doesn’t Make You A Failure

Action lies at the heart of the coaching.

If you want something to change in your life, it’s not enough just to recognise and understand the problem. You have to do something differently if you want to see a different result.

And yet, so many of us are scared to commit to an action or a goal in case we fail.

Stress Can Be Good For Us

Stress Can Be Good For Us

Kelly McGonigal’s TED Talk has had more than 10 million views. I love her perspective on the benefits of stress and how we can make friends with stress — it certainly doesn’t seem to be going anywhere fast.

You can watch the full talk here but here are some of my takeaways, plus a couple of other ideas about the positive role stress can play in our lives. This type of stress is often referred to as eustress (as opposed to distress — the bad kind) — I say often, I only came across the word while researching this post.

From RAF Officer to Entrepreneur, Yogi and Life Coach

From RAF Officer to Entrepreneur, Yogi and Life Coach

Five years ago, I was approaching my thirtieth birthday. My career as an RAF officer was going well and life looked pretty good.

But something was starting to shift in me.

I started to hear that little voice telling me that there was something more out there. That is was time for a change. You know the voice I mean. The one we ignore until it’s shouting at us to DO SOMETHING!

One Thing Every Multi-Potentialite Needs to Know About a Portfolio Career

One Thing Every Multi-Potentialite Needs to Know About a Portfolio Career

One year ago, I left the safety of a full-time, permanent job. I embarked on a journey into the unpredictable world of a portfolio career. I am now a fully-fledged multi-potentialite.

And what a year it’s been! A year of highs and lows and everything between. A little bit like this…

What is Wellbeing, Anyway?

What is Wellbeing, Anyway?

Has anyone else noticed that ‘well-being’ seems to be everywhere these days? It’s not just me. Over recent years, psychological research has shifted from an emphasis on disorder and dysfunction to a focus on well-being and positive mental health¹. The well-being trend grew by 10.6 per cent between 2013 and 2015, according to the Global Wellness Institute, and is now worth $3.72 trillion globally. The Times even declared that 2018 is going to be the year of self-care.