Welcome to the first in a long running series entitled ‘What I Wish I’d Known’ capturing some of the precious… Read more
I thought I’d spend a bit of time jotting down the blogs I have found most useful during my time as a Productivity Coach and why, so here goes…
In my next couple of blog posts I’ll be giving you some examples of awesome apps which my clients and I use to save us time.
This is a call for anyone who has ever looked at their diary, crammed with meetings and wondered when they’ll actually get to start their to do list… for anyone who has not even got around to writing a to-do list for 2 months…
Spare a thought for those receiving your message when you type out those 4 letters: They mean nothing
What better day to kick off my new theme in Stress Management than on the busiest shopping day of the year.
To look at, Jonny Harris and Winston Churchill don’t have a lot in common, but they do share this one belief; difficulties lead to opportunities
Optimism is an overused and broad topic in coaching. The term “Positive thinking” is becoming so commonplace it doesn’t really mean anything anymore. It evokes images of cross-legged legging-clad women looking serene or men on mountains looking like gold medallists.
Flow. A popular word used in this topic. Coined most prevalently by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi (Happy Birthday by-the-way Mr. Csikszentmihalyi). It’s a word used to describe a heightened mental state that we achieve when creativity is going really well, we forget ourselves, we have clear goals, we do not self-doubt and importantly we get things done.
I was sincerely impressed. Within 30 minutes of the beginning of session 1, Penny had accurately summarised my personality, the issues that I was having with time management and was able to succinctly guide me…