Kick out your limiting beliefs!

Laura running Race for Life

Limiting beliefs Every single one of us has a limiting belief lurking around. “You’ll never be good at sports”. “You’re rubbish at running”. “You are SO unfit”. These were mine. Like most beliefs they were shaped by others. Sometimes explicitly but mostly implicitly. Like when I was begrudgingly picked last for the hockey, netball and athletics…

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Is hygge getting on your wick?

Hygge collage

The clocks have changed. Cue another glut of articles online about ‘hygge’. The unpronounceable Danish byword for cracking out the candles, cushions and cake. For getting your rest and relaxation on without feeling guilty about that mountain of hand-washing in the laundry basket. But is cosy hygge a concept that could translate to wet British terraced…

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Why I’m reading the weekend obituaries

J K Rowling quote

Last week I started my coaching journey on the other side of the table. As a coachee. Step 0 in the process of building the coach-coachee relationship involves me indulging in a little self-reflection. Where have I been? What do I value? Where do I want to improve? After a week, two spaces remain stubbornly blank…

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