This year’s Mental Health Awareness week is focused on stress. Research has shown that two thirds of us experience a mental health problem in our lifetimes, and stress is a key factor in this.
When did we start feeling so guilty for taking a break? Why do we think rest is a sign of weakness, of not wanting it enough, of not being good enough?
Goals are one of the most important pillars of a productive and purposeful life. Yet, setting goals is something that most of us are pretty rubbish at. I set myself quite a few goals and challenges in 2018 - running was by far the most successful. And that got me thinking. What was it about this goal that made it so successful? What can I learn from running 1000 miles that I can take into other areas of my life? How can I use my learning to help you?
Embrace the power of ‘how’ to transform your life right now.
In the quiet spaces in between, we come face to face with our true selves in all their messy, dark, chaotic, wonderful beauty. We see our light and our shadow.
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.