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Do you trust yourself to decide?

Sunday 17th August, 2014

If you’re struggling to make a decision right now and can’t pick from the options that are in front of you, then don’t force yourself to choose.

Whether it is personal or professional, take some time out to stop and breathe and ‘come back to yourself.’

It may be that you keep walking to the tipping point and then away from it, wanting to be sure of ‘something’ that you can’t quite put your finger on. more »

Are you stuck on how to let go?

Sunday 10th August, 2014

Sometimes before you can move forward in the right direction, there is a process of letting go that needs to take place.

When you have put time, energy and love into your cause, business, project, people or relationships, then it can feel really painful to walk away from that type of ‘investment’ more than a financial one. more »

Nurture & Reconnect Mini-Retreats in Verbier in August

Monday 21st July, 2014

Sign up for retreat sessions in August:

- Saturday 9th August 13.30 – 16.30hrs
- Saturday 16th August 13.30 – 16.30hrs

In the midst of your busy life, have you ever wanted to just press the Pause button?

This 3-hour retreat session is just the oasis you need to nurture your well-being! more »

Notice the day that you’re in

Sunday 20th July, 2014

Did you get up this morning with a huge list of jobs to do?

I’m sure that you did and as you started the first one, you were already thinking about the fourth, fifth, sixth one.

Do you remember much about that first job? How many times have you left the house, got half way down the road and had to turn back because you can’t remember if you locked the front door because you were already thinking about a dozen different things.

Slow things down more »

Good Stuff

The Guardian: Round Table 7 April 2010

 I sat as a panel member at a round table event hosted by The Guardian in April 2010. Its focus  was on the need for UK charities to develop their commercial skills so that they operated more effectively as social businesses. As a consequence they would create a better social return on investment. Click here to read more.

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