The Longest Way Round is the Shortest Way Home

The wisdom he had taken from the book gave Tom the courage to move away from the straight and narrow path of auditions to explore new pathways in pursuit of his artistic goals. It gave him an inner strength to believe in himself and served as a reminder not to compromise but to stay truthful to what he wanted to explore. 

6 Heartfelt Stories of Acts of Kindness That Led to a Community of Caring and Connectivity

There is a need to ask different questions to get to new places. Questions to help people see themselves in a new light, to tell their story, to help them pivot.

Two Profound Questions to Help You Create Your Meaningful WorkLife Story

When I begin working with a client who’s considering a WorkLife change, quite often it’s because of a particular turning point in their life and they’ve come to realise that life is too short for them not to be living it fully.

4 Powerful Steps to Help You Communicate Your Big Picture and Grassroots Story

Become a collector of stories. Other people’s and your own. This will help you find, develop and tell the right story at the right time in all WorkLife situations.

2 Stories of Bodyism Objectifying People Because of Their Appearance 

My approach worked in bringing the conversation away from objectifying the men by the clothes they were wearing, to the techniques they were demonstrating, and considering how beneficial the platform they’re creating could be to people — would people use it? would people find it helpful? and is it something people would pay for?

4 Effective Questions to Help You Learn From Ineffective Feedback 

I believe so much in the power of effective feedback. I also believe there’s an effective and ineffective way of giving and receiving feedback. I’ve never liked the feedback ‘sandwich’, because the crux of what needs to be said and heard can be lost within what is said around it, the dressing that surrounds it. I believe feedback should be given context.

3 Simple Signs That Got Me Back on the Path of Health and Happiness 

Oftentimes the most simple of things are also the most beautiful of things, and it’s this combination that has the power to bring and maintain health and happiness to our everyday WorkLife.