Not long after Leah lost her wonderful Dad, I moved to Spain- despite being friends for many years we saw each other infrequently but have an enduring friendship that doesn't need constant contact. Leah was one of the first people to visit me in Spain and we spent the time catching up and having fun.… Continue reading Overcoming Grief And Loss- ‘A constant knife through the heart’ – Leah’s Story
Embrace Self-doubt – a strange one to start hey? Self-doubt can be a really helpful early warning sign if handled correct and swiftly. Something doesn’t feel right? Firstly look for fact based evidence to substantiate this one way or the other and then do 1 of two things: If you can substantiate it take action… Continue reading Give Your Confidence A Massive Boost! 10 Top Tips
One of the biggest barriers a lot of my clients have is fear- fear comes in many forms but is essentially something we've created within ourselves. Ok, so there is genuine fear which is a human survival instinct but most of the day to day stuff is 'self made fear', a strange little gift to… Continue reading Fear- a strange little gift to ourselves!
The internet is full of quotes, motivational and thought provoking, but more recently I’ve started to notice a contradiction in their messages. This is one of my favourites. It’s hard to know sometimes when you should ‘carry on’ or ‘move on’. There's an element of fear in both these messages. If I give up, I'm… Continue reading ‘Carry On!’ OR ‘Move On!’???
I came to Jill for support when going for promotion in the Public Service, I had a structured interview from a panel of three senior staff.......I was completely overwhelmed by all the information and evidence I had gathered and surrounded by piles of paperwork that I would never remember. I had some telephone consultations with… Continue reading Feeling Overwhelmed Before An Interview