Category Archives: Article of the Month

Groundhog Day: how you can make it work for you!

Remember the 1993 film Groundhog Day? It starred Bill Murray as Phil Connors, the annoyingly cynical and rather arrogant meteorologist. It was supposed to be a comedy but there was a really creepy element running through it, the idea that … Continue reading

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A few last thoughts from 2013: buckle up for the year ahead!

I’m not particularly into cars but some of my old friends will remember me on my beloved Honda 550cc motorbike back in the ‘80s. I loved the speed, freedom and economy of riding one of the early superbikes. So it … Continue reading

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Survivors Guide to stress management: C’mon, give it a go!

Here are some short and what you might call hopelessly simple strategies for when you ‘are in the grip’ of negativity and lacking in confidence. We all go there, me included. But now I’m much more self-aware of that slippery … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr: courageous leadership in the teeth of hate

I was deeply moved when in early August someone sent me these words: “What I appreciate about you is how you discern and bring out the very best of people, you look at them and see their uniqueness, their positive … Continue reading

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Motivation: your not so silent partner?

I have been pondering on a rare but interesting phenomenon, that of the naturally talented or skilled individual for whom their gift of being ‘good at what they do’ is a bit of burden. Weird right? But it does happen … Continue reading

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