During an interview today with a local radio station I was asked a few questions on the topic of how to overcome shyness and anxiety when first meeting people in a public setting. Truthfully, the answers came very quickly to me and one I was so excited to share as the techniques I have…More
One of my greatest passions is to help transform peoples lives, not only professionally, but also personally.
I do this via various avenues: consulting; speaking; writing and simply by being an example.
Resilience is my specialty area, which means that persistence, consistency and accountability is a big part of the equation to ensure my clients gain momentum, achieve their goals and have a strong level of fulfilment in the process.
Hence this complementary resources area for not only my clients, but for you..
If you look to the right there are various categories of posts, ranging from executive consulting, coaching and mentoring, life transitions, goal setting, blogs, wellness videos, and more to ensure there is a little of everything available to you.
Balance in every area of your life is the ultimate goal and I am here to assist you in this process.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions.
Have an outstanding day.
My obsession with books began in my mid teens. Now my library is full of books. They are mainly autobiographies, personal development, health and wellness and a few other non-fiction types. Would you believe that some I am yet to read, and some I have read (or listened to by audiobook), time again. There used…More
Past experience has always shown me that once I have total certainty about what I truly want to achieve or experience, then everything begins to fall in to alignment for it to happen. It is when I dilly-dally around, being unsure of things, even using that sort of language, “gosh I don’t know what I…More
Now is the time of year when we frequently hear, “Do you realize there are only so many days left until Christmas?” It is often closely followed by, “and I have so much to do before then!” No matter how organized or resilient we are, hearing this can easily ignite some anxiety as we…More
It was a few days after our cat Fergus passed away. We were lying in bed, weeping I asked Grant, “why do you think everything that has happened to us over the past six months has happened?” “Good question”, was my husbands response, “we will just have to wait and see”. In that moment he…More
I wont deny that the past two weeks have been challenging to say the least. Yet, you know what? I made it! In spite of feeling momentarily powerless, in despair, and in some moments feeling a little on the edge….I am here to share and prove to you, and to myself, that everything passes. It…More
So it has been quite an interesting 18 months. I was going to use the word challenging but then I erased it, as I like to keep a check on the language I use. Why be dramatic when I don’t need to be right? Anyway, it was all just life; life dishing up stuff, as…More
This week has been one of my most harrowing in years, to say the least. An unexpected and ‘never would have thought this would happen’ event took place and shocked us deeply. It was therefore one of those times where I had to reach deep in to my own toolbox of life skills and use…More
At 16 years of age before commencing university I entered the workforce getting a great job as a sales rep. When my boss informed me I needed my driver’s license I confidently said, “Consider it done”. Ten weeks later, one Saturday morning I successfully earned it and the same afternoon picked up the car I would be using.More