Tag: Positive Psychology

What does ordinary courage look like

What does ordinary courage look like?

In the Gifts of Imperfection, Brene Brown says: “Ordinary courage is about putting our vulnerability on the line. In today’s world, that’s pretty extraordinary.”…

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Three Positive Psychology frameworks to grow your business

In 1998, Martin Seligman was appointed as the president of the American Psychological Association and is widely recognised as responsible for bringing attention and…

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The foundation of self-confidence

You’ve probably heard of many “self” words. Self-love, self-care, self-esteem, self-compassion, self-acceptance, self-respect, and of course, self-confidence, just to name some of the more…

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Making conscious choices for growth in the midst of change

Discombobulation. If there was ever a time for that word, it’s now. Never in our living memories has the rug been ripped so fast…

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Have you lost your anchor?

We all have them. Days when we feel adrift. Floating, or even flailing. When self-doubt trumps vision and possibilities. When you feel small and…

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Is your “not good enough” belief hurting you?

I had an enlightening session with my Mindset Coach this morning. I was bemoaning the fact that there seem to be so many layers…

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Choosing your mindset – is it possible?

The further in I travel in my business and life, the more I realise the value of being able to master your mindset. What…

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Self compassion versus the inner critic

An evening with Kristin Neff – the self-compassion expert If you’ve been following me for a while, you’re probably aware that I am a…

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Our deepest fears….

I’ve just come off a call with my coach in San Francisco. Andrea is amazing – she’s a Life Empowerment Coach and has been…

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