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Women’s Wellbeing with Essential Oils

Could your wellbeing use some nurturing? Are you interested in learning new ways to support yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally? Would you like to spend a lovely and intimate evening with me and a small group of like minded women and walk away with some real tools, practices and resources to take your health and happiness to a new level? Welcome to my new event: Women's Wellbeing with Essential Oils. In this beautiful two hour evening workshop, we will go deep into my teachings ...

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Women’s Wellbeing with Essential Oils

Could your wellbeing use some nurturing? Are you interested in learning new ways to support yourself, physically, mentally and emotionally? Would you like to spend a lovely and intimate evening with me and a small group of like minded women and walk away with some real tools, practices and resources to take your health and happiness to a new level? Welcome to my new event: Women's Wellbeing with Essential Oils. In this beautiful two hour evening workshop, we will go deep into my teachings ...

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Creating space when there isn’t any

I talk and write a lot about creating space for the things that matter. But what do you do when there is just too much going on and it’s really hard to get the space that you need? This is where I’m at right now. Between all the good stuff of businesses, gigs, clients, upcoming launches, overseas client travel, new creative projects and the hum of the day to day, creating the massive chunk of space that I need to finish (cough, write) this third book is pretty much impossible. It ...

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Are you stuck in ‘the permission gap?’

I’ve always wanted to…..? I’ve stopped myself because…..? What I needed was……? We all have things that we want to do, dream of doing, or secretly long for. But a lot of those things, big or small, never see the light of day. Take a moment and think about your answer to these questions. Just one minute. Go on, I’ll wait. I’ve always wanted to…..? I’ve stopped myself because…..? What I needed was……? This right here is ...

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She was blocking her own possibilities…..are you?

Picture this: A woman sits in front of me. She is amazing, but doesn’t fully realise it. We start talking. She has come to see me because she wants more for her career than what she is experiencing. Secretly, she actually wants more for her life. She feels stuck. Stifled. And more than a bit over it. We unpack what’s going on currently. Work. Home. Wellbeing. Life. And then, as the time passes, we go deeper. “If there were no limitations regarding time, money, commitments or ...

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Books! What I read and loved this year (and what’s next on my list)

This could well be one of my favourite posts of the year because it’s on one of my all time favourite topics – books. As we round out the working year, I thought I’d share what’s been on my bedside table, in my bag, on my iPad and floating around my mind this year. Hoping you might find something in here that might spark some inspiration or provide some joy over the holiday period (even if you’re still working, and especially if you are one of the many people who ...

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Feeling a little frazzled? This may help.

There’s been some pretty crazy energy floating around in recent weeks. Of course, there was the US election which sent many of us into emotional meltdown. It’s still a sensitive topic and will be for a long time to come. I tried to make sense of it in this piece on Women’s Agenda, which might help if you are still reeling. Then there was the full moon last week, with the moon being closest to earth since about 1948. As the ocean can shift our energy as easily as it shifts the ...

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Quick & easy wins for your personal brand

Last week we looked at the path to building your personal brand. Hopefully you have thought about what you want to be known for, and are starting to work through what that might look like for you. There are two more important building blocks to the personal brand journey that will help you significantly as you piece this critical part of your career together.  The first is to get a really clear picture on your current personal brand. The best way to find out what people think is to ask. ...

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Stop becoming. Start being.

I have this piece of art on my desk. Actually it’s a print out of a PDF of a piece of art that I completely fell in love with but couldn’t purchase (Artist Alberto Sanchez: deep bow, thank you). The artwork is called Rapture. Rapture noun – a feeling of intense pleasure or joy. What I see when I look at this woman is freedom, rebelliousness, wonder, a woman completely in the moment like nothing else matters. She is a wild woman, a wise woman, a woman unto herself, untamed and ...

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What do you want to be known for?

Ask yourself this question: Is your personal brand taking you to the places you want to go in your career? How do people see you at work? Perhaps you have a reputation as the problem solver, the organizer or the deal maker – but is it serving you well? One of the most important questions you can ask when building your personal brand and looking at what’s next for your career, is what do you want to be known for? Personal branding expert, William Arruda explains that your personal ...

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What’s your gender mindset?

This week I want to pose a new concept called Gender Mindsets. When I was writing this chapter in my new book, and was thinking about all of the research and potential challenges that come with being a working woman, it occurred to me that along with other types of mindsets I talk a lot about in my work (fixed and growth mindsets for example, from Carol Dweck’s research), there are also gender mindsets that impact how we think about being a professional woman, and how those thoughts ...

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Why the world needs new leaders

There is a mountain of research revealing unequivocally that what people want from their leaders today is changing, and changing dramatically. And the good news is, women have never been better placed to lead, as we transition from an old style of leadership based on command and control, short term thinking and aggression, to one that is more in tune with feminine sensibilities of relating and empowering, sustainable thinking, and collaboration. In fact, we are wonderfully wired to do so. But ...

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