I suspect that each of us can fondly remember our best coaches and mentors. Why? Because they have shaped our lives and influenced the development of our personalities. We may not have recognised that at the time, but it is easy to look back and recollect them in hindsight. But are coaches and mentors the … Continue reading A coach or a mentor?
Being True to Yourself Series – Part 3. Right – wrong: is it a matter of perspective?
A/N - I' m delighted to have Bob McInnis as my very first guest blogger. Right – wrong: is it a matter of perspective? While I believe there are some absolutes, I am less certain about a lot of things. I read voraciously, listen attentively, think deeply, reflect and synthesize. The condensed product bears a … Continue reading Being True to Yourself Series – Part 3. Right – wrong: is it a matter of perspective?
Back at my own desk – finally!
What a whirlwind it’s been the last six weeks. Whizzing back and forth across time zones between Australia and Europe meant no time to get really settled in properly at home. It’s great to finally be back home this last week with my feet back under my own desk. All my own bits and pieces … Continue reading Back at my own desk – finally!
Being True to Yourself – Part 2 – Responsibility
Responsibility. The word is loaded with connotations. There are so many ways that we can view them, and there are so many different types of responsibility. Sometimes people look at responsibilities as a burden. I choose to take a different perspective. I look at responsibility as a gift. You might well be saying to yourself, … Continue reading Being True to Yourself – Part 2 – Responsibility
My next steps
In Australia, July 1st marks the start of a new financial year. For most businesses, regardless of size, the precursor to this is a period of frenzied activity. Wrapping up the old financial year and preparing for the new: creating new strategies, setting and taking new directions, evaluating the past year’s performance success factors and … Continue reading My next steps
We make decisions every day of our life from the moment we wake up each morning. Some are small ones; I’ll just lay here for another 5 minutes, one cup of coffee or two, a piece of toast or cereal? Simple, easy decisions we make without much thought at all. We make all these decisions … Continue reading DECISION MAKING
My European interlude is coming to a close
Whilst I have enjoyed every moment of being in Europe and have loved teaching, mentoring and coaching, it is time to return to Australia – at least for a while. I have cherished being in my little apartment and not having to worry about anything except myself and meeting a few deadlines. Well, OK, more … Continue reading My European interlude is coming to a close