Procrastination is a process of delaying and avoiding the completion of tasks in favour of more pleasurable pursuits. The result is that less urgent tasks are prioritised and more urgent tasks are left unattended. Here is a recent article on procrastination research: https://theconversation.com/the-psychological-origins-of-procrastination-and-how-we-can-stop-putting-things-off-47905 The short of it is that we procrastinate what we don't value … Continue reading Procrastination – A quick look at the Whys and What-to-dos
One of the recent conversations about success I have had is that people are addicted to success. I thought to write about this, as it touches upon two of my interests: 1. Success and how that matters and happens, and 2. Addiction (as a life choice). I investigated this idea that success could be addictive … Continue reading Can people be addicted to success?
Here are a few of my clients giving their testimonials. "2016 has been a particularly challenging year for me personally and professionally, particularly as I have struggled to find new professional work after taking a redundancy and have been coping with family health issues in Australia. […] The sessions have been particularly good in allowing … Continue reading Testimonials
As part of my continuing professional development and professional refelctive stance I often think about what it means to be a coach and so am going to share this with you too. Being a coach for me is not only a career and a job in which one works to earn a living. It is … Continue reading On being a coach