Archive for: Stress

Career Clarity Coach UK over 40s

EXCERPT OF A CLIENT LETTER 9 April 2020 Dear Client We’re at the end of week 4 as I see it. Are you finding your new rhythm? A more sustainable balance of compassion for yourself, for others and keeping your …

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Here are the official links to access the financial support during the COVID-19 lockdown. DAILY PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEOS If you want one official daily update, these press conferences are broadcast live at 5pm and hosted here: youtube.com/user/Number10gov/videos   LATEST IMPACTS …

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MODIFIED CLIENT LETTER 18 March 2020 Dear Client You probably don’t want yet more information about Coronavirus as it’s relentless. And quite frankly, that’s the problem. There is ALREADY TOO MUCH! So why am I sending you more? I am …

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The impact of having had a bullying boss has been likened to that of having post traumatic stress disorder. It’s a massive deal, which costs us greatly. In time, energy and identity. In the case of having a bullying CEO …

What if your CEO is the bully? Read More »

Stressed man with a mini-man and megaphone

All of my clients have some degree of fear of change. They wouldn’t be human if they didn’t. Some fears speak to us quietly, some loudly, persistently or in waves. Fear is present because our brain wants us to be …

Fearful of a Career Change? Of course. Read More »

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It’s holiday season. You know how disappointing it is when you try to squeeze into summer clothes that seem to have “shrunk” by themselves over the last 12 months? And you know how, unless you do something about it leading …

Feel like a square peg in a round hole? You’re not the only one. Read More »

Stressed man with a mini-man and megaphone

Reclassifying something as NOT being a Problem but being a Circumstance calms our mind and our body. This calmness opens up our creative thinking which ironically means we handle the Circumstance in a better way than when we are anxious. Try it on the …

Is a problem still a problem if you don’t think it is? Read More »

Choosing not to respond to “injustice” does require effort for us humans. We could easily find many things to battle with every day but that wouldn’t feed our natural positive state. Using a valid example of the lack of interview …

Not heard back about your interview? Read More »

A stress-o-meter at maximum level

Nearly half of all “sick leave” in the UK is actually “stress leave”* Most of us have been stressed at one time or another for a variety of short-term or longer-term reasons. It’s not fun, to say the least. When …

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Six years ago this very day, I returned to the UK on a ferry with all my worldly goods after living and working in France for five years. My tail was between my legs. I felt small and utterly crushed. …

The humiliation of failing: returning to England Read More »