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Choices Lead to Neurosis…

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Being a modern woman today is fraught with anxiety and life envy – bold statement eh?  Let me explain…. As women living in the western world the lives we are living are nothing like the women that have gone before us – I defy anyone to find serious synergy between their life and their mothers […]

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The Surprised Barbie Look is Disempowering

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I was doing my usual flicking through the glossies this morning as I enjoyed my flat white and could not help but feel sad at the latest bunch of celeb women who have disfigured their pretty features with botox and fillers.  I assume the concept of these injections is to enhance your features and stop […]

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NAME IT WITH CARE…

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As a creative person people assume I can come up with company and brand names in my sleep!  I often do but I have been mulling for hours beforehand.  As this has been a topic of conversation recently I thought i would re-issue an article I wrote several months ago for 3rdi magazine, also I […]

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MY FINAL LESSONS FROM OLYMPIA

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Last night was yet another awesome, multi- faceted, perfectly choreographed and produced show – hey, we Brits, we know how to throw a party don’t we! Today I feel like I am coming down from a serious adrenaline high – I have cried, cheered, smiled until my face hurt and loved every minute of the […]

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LESSONS FROM OLYMPIA PART ONE!

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Well done to Rebecca Adlington yesterday for bagging a bronze medal in the 400m swimming final.  Her performance is a lesson to us all.  The margin between gold and bronze was less than 2 seconds and get this… in the Beijing Olympics 4 years ago, in the same event, Rebecca won gold and swam slower! […]

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Self Esteem – Is It Really Self Generated?

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After a busy week with several coaching sessions and mentoring meetings I am, once again,  questioning this thing called self esteem?  What is it?  What does it look like?  And, most importantly, how do we sustain it? It is clear is that everyone is searching for it, everyone wants it but very few people can […]

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Football – Our National Game or Shame?

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This week I went to see GB play USA in women’s basketball at the MEN Arena.  This was a warm up to the Olympics and I know nothing about the game but was very impressed by the ocassion.  The audience was mixed with lots of kids and families, the atmosphere was positive and fun, the […]

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