Tag Archives: resilience

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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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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Managing stress: could the answer be deep inside you?

Earlier this year I enjoyed delivering a masterclass on resilience and leadership and in this article I’ve decided to try and answer some of the questions put to me that day. But first for those of you for whom the … Continue reading

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Tough times: is your pressure cooker about to pop!

I know that feeling well, like being adrift in a stormy sea, and naturally wanting to rush for safer waters – a respite from the pressure. But hang on, if you value what you do and your role – be … Continue reading

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