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Category Archives: Self-Esteem & Self-Respect
For Women Everywhere – and Those Who Love Them! In the Northern hemisphere it’s now officially summer. And everywhere I look I see ads for “the perfect swimsuit”, suncreams and self-tanners. In women’s magazines and online I see the question, … Continue reading
I have taken a stand on sexism as long as I can remember. When I was 7 years old, I challenged a classmate to say that girls were better than boys (he had been saying boys were better than girls … Continue reading
When your life gets stressful, when you feel overwhelmed, what do YOU do? Well, when I first moved to Canada from England almost 10 years ago and left behind my friends and much of my family, I had quit the … Continue reading
A few years ago I had a client with a loving husband, kids, a home she really liked and a job that while it had its challenges, the pay and hours really suited her. But she felt stuck, frustrated and … Continue reading
Looking at our ‘labels’ is a great way to begin exploring our limiting beliefs. And in this ‘lose your limiting beliefs exercise’ below you’ll get to see firsthand how your labels may be holding you back. What do I mean … Continue reading
A big part of a coach’s work is to help a client uncover their limiting beliefs – things that hold us back and get in the way of progress and change. One thing I have noticed is how our labels … Continue reading
We all have them – gremlins, an inner critic, a ‘heavy’ whose purpose is to keeps us from making mistakes and helps us please – and avoid – upsetting others. The problem is that because these gremlins have been with … Continue reading
I like to think of myself as a good communicator – but recently I’ve made a few ‘schoolboy’ errors and felt a little foolish. I was really surprised and decided it was time to sharpen up. That’s because our communication … Continue reading