Category Archives: Resilience

How to develop the ‘bounce back’ factor, and maximise your fulfilment.

Exceptional Leaders… make you think?

October is Black History Month and despite being incredible busy I found time to ponder a bit on the story of migration that makes up “ME”, Kiki Maurey. An English Mother with origins going back to William the Conqueror’s invasion … Continue reading

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Two-faced? It might actually work for you!

As I’ve journeyed through a fascinating life, I’ve often wondered how I found the inner resources to keep going. In the ’50s and ‘60s I was coping with life in care, albeit in the children’s homes of the Church of … Continue reading

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Getting connected to a bigger purpose – do you feel plugged in?

Health Warning: this article might make you think differently and perhaps feel some unusual reactions. Go with it and reflect on what it might mean for you, your leadership style, and how the message might impact on you having an … Continue reading

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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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