Many people wait for opportunities, such as the right job, or business lead, to come to them, trusting that they will spot it, floating past in the raging torrent of information that rushes past us on a daily basis. The river of opportunities is bursting with rumours, stories, newspaper articles, social media feeds, contacts and … Continue reading Fishing for opportunities in career and business
The egg and the ego
When we’re being tempted by shiny chocolate eggs, it’s easy to forget the traditional symbolism of the egg – which represents springtime, new beginnings and in some cultures, immortality and rebirth. The ovoid shape is one of the strongest engineering structures when under compression, as used in archways, and will withstand a significant amount of … Continue reading The egg and the ego
Time to clear out?
If you feel like you are weighed down with problems… maybe it’s time to have a clear out? In the physical sense – over the recent bank holiday weekend, several people I know were doing a spot of spring cleaning, and shedding stuff they no longer wanted. In the personal sense too, in your mind … Continue reading Time to clear out?
How cleaning products and economics can help your job hunt
I don’t necessarily mean you to find a job as a cleaner, but if that’s what you want, then go for it! I do unfortunately know more about cleaning than I do about economics – about the only thing I vaguely understood and retained was the law of supply and demand. So let’s look at … Continue reading How cleaning products and economics can help your job hunt
Memories of Patricks Day in Wexford
Crepe paper hats in green, white & gold; could only be made in Ireland. The tricolour flags and green satin badges with gold plastic harps stuck on… made in China; these were the posh ones. Or you might have ones you made in school out of a cereal packet, some ribbon and kitchen foil… Rooting … Continue reading Memories of Patricks Day in Wexford
FREE Introductory Workshop March 28 for our next “Reach your Personal Best” course
Following great feedback so far from the participants on this year's first "Reach your Personal Best" course, we are pleased to be running a second course this year. Our next course starts on April 18th, but we will be again hosting a free Introductory Workshop to anyone who wants a taster of what the six … Continue reading FREE Introductory Workshop March 28 for our next “Reach your Personal Best” course
Are you in a “bad relationship” with your employer?
Maybe it’s not you, maybe it’s them. Recently I’ve worked with several clients who are finding it difficult to work with their boss; either a specific individual, or the organisation that employs them. Obviously this is a symptom of the pressure and times we live in, but still doesn’t mean that you just have to … Continue reading Are you in a “bad relationship” with your employer?
Time to let go…
Well, it’s finally happened. After fourteen years of our relationship, we’ve been through good times and bad, through two house moves and two children growing up, countless baby bottles and cups of tea. We have lots of history, but it’s time to let go. Things ran smoothly in the early days, but lately we’ve had … Continue reading Time to let go…
How to give up “giving up”!
If you’re a plant, you need water, food, the right kind of soil as well as sunlight and a certain amount of warmth to grow. You need to develop a sturdy root system to support your growth in the longer term. The seasoned gardeners among us will agree that they certainly aren't thinking about what … Continue reading How to give up “giving up”!
Learn how to Reach your Personal Best in 2012
Join our six week evening programme which starts February 1 in Dublin, Ireland. Just to remind you that if you'd like to reach your Personal Best in 2012, but haven't booked yet... places are filling up fast...Our FREE introductory workshop is on January 18, and follows with a six week evening programme starting on February … Continue reading Learn how to Reach your Personal Best in 2012
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