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4 warning signs that you’re too busy

I’m too busy at the moment… there I said it; guilty as charged. I’ve not posted on my blog for almost THREE months! So what’s going on with me when I neglect to do the things that are supposedly my

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I’ve crossed to the other side, why don’t you join me?

As I grow more grey hairs and look back on my own personal and professional journey more and more I see a divide. This divide is like a wide rushing river. I’m on one bank looking across the river. From

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Why I accepted a $137,218 pay cut last year

Having just completed my tax return for the last 12 months I can share with you that I took a little bit of a pay cut last year to explore my passion for coaching. It felt like the right thing

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Posted in Career, Find meaning, Manage emotion

3 questions you probably never ask yourself (but should)

1.    How valid are my life assumptions? If I do “A” then “B” will happen. This is the model we use to set up our life activities. An example would be… … if I work for three years in this

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4 reasons to stay in a “boring” job

The myth of professional nirvana There is a myth circulating in self-development articles and propagated by motivational speakers that if you follow your passions then work and non-work time will no longer be distinguishable and that you will reach professional

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Warning signs: something is just not right!

In this post I’m going to tell you a story about Ralph (pictured left). Ralph is a character I made up using a number of current coaching clients and their challenges and situations. Ralph’s story is interesting as I believe

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Are you authentic at work (or faking it)

I define authenticity as living in alignment to your values. What you value seems to dictate want you want out of your work (and life). I talk to a lot of professionals and a common theme is them wanting work

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