Self-care = A great choice at this time of Year

Hands up if the year’s end is feeling festive yet? Perhaps the reality feels more like fatigue? When fatigued we can start to ‘go through the motions’, aiming to get our work and life tasks done and “off the list”.  But when we let Joy slip out of the equation our tasks can feel evenContinue reading “Self-care = A great choice at this time of Year”

Poised to Present

In a recent article in Rise Magazine I was asked, ‘When faced with the prospect of presenting to a group of people, what are one or two things we can do to alleviate that fear?” In my experience nerves or fear come from a lack of preparation (fear of forgetting what you are going toContinue reading “Poised to Present”

Balancing repetition and variety for Well-being

We seem to intrinsically know that a balance between repetition and variety in our life is good for us. There are individual differences in how much repetition and routine is tolerable and for how long, but generally speaking we don’t enjoy the feeling of becoming “stuck in a rut”. And there is a good biologicalContinue reading “Balancing repetition and variety for Well-being”

Competition vs Collaboration

Is competition really good for business or is it simply a ‘traditional’ way of operating that requires some much needed attention and re-direction? According to Wikipedia, “Competition occurs naturally between living organisms which co- exist in the same environment. Competition, in biology, ecology, and sociology is a contest between organisms, animals, individuals and groups forContinue reading “Competition vs Collaboration”