When did we stop being curious? As children, we were filled with creativity and imagination. We explored the world around us; we learned to climb trees, ride a bicycle, dig in the soil, and discover things. As we grew, we moved into a system of education, followed by, for many people, a working environment. Is this the point where we were stripped of being curious? What if we gave ourselves permission, once again, to embrace a more curious approach?
What a time for introspection, wouldn’t you agree? Right now, for many of us, we live our days in a state of forced isolation. The impact, even though it is immense on our mental, emotional, and physical state, provides us with a unique opportunity to step inside ourselves. Unforced, liberating, and available – the act of going inside for calm when all around us is chaos.
Let's face, you, me, we all procrastinate. When faced with a task, we often question, think and decide whether to do something or not. In business, procrastination is a hot topic. In some instances procrastination causes stagnation as a business owner fails to move in any direction. This can be
Last night I delivered my 'Mirror, Mirror on the Wall' Confidence presentation to the wonderful Folly Dollies WI group in Faringdon. A vibrant group of women, from young Mums to professional women in business, my talk focused on ways to become more confident. It was a pleasure to present to
Once upon a time there was a well travelled suitcase. As you can imagine, this suitcase had witnessed much during its many trips through life. On each trip another life experience was added, whether a positive or a negative one. As the years passed, the suitcase started to get quite