I used to be a professional stand-up comic, and I LOVED it! It gave me adulation, instant gratification, and for the few fleeting minutes I was on stage, love. However, since quitting the stage almost 4 years ago, I've only just come to realize why I started my comedy career in the first place. It's a stereotype that most comics off stage are boring, manic-depressive characters. A lot of them are well balanced happy individuals. Still, many are flawed. They lack social ski
We've all been to the seminar with a ton of PowerPoint slides. We've all read the article on 5 ways to solve something or other. We've all seen the offer for this and that. Let’s keep it simple. Let’s have a conversation about one word.
Here's how it works. Take a minute to close your eyes, be still and think about this; If you had infinite time, a completely safe space free of fear, and you felt at your most powerful and confident, what one single topic you'd like to talk
This is a question I am often asked. I think I'm asked it because I'm a man who believes in equality (yes, we do exist, but I don't see many of us shouting about it). So, why do I coach professional women? First, I don't only coach women. I've worked with a handful of male clients in the past, and will continue to do so in the future if it’s a good fit. Second, I don't refer to my clients as my 'target niche' or 'specialty'. I think these terms sound too clichéd and busine
Hello. One of the most common problems my clients encounter is the feeling of being 'stuck'. This feeling can knock your confidence, damage your self-esteem and keep you in an unhealthy cycle of stagnation. In short, its not good! So, what can you do in this situation? Here are 5 tips that will help you become more aware of your struggle and give you some ammunition to counter it. 1. First off, try to get to grips with what you are stuck with. Often we think it's one thing
Hello, Do you feel stuck in your career? Often when you feel stuck it's like going around in circles. This is because we often ask ourselves negative statements rather than powerful questions. For example; I don't know what to do. I'm not sure what my options are. I don't feel I can make a change. I'm not sure there's anything out there in my field. This kind of thinking reinforces your feeling of being stuck and increases your chances of staying stuck. Working as a caree