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Blue Sky Update – June 2020

Posted by on Jul 15, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A monthly recap of my life as a career coach, writer, and human being Update – Friday 5th June 2020 I had an unexpected blast from my past this week. An old journal uncovered by our daughter as we were having a bit of a clear out. Buried and forgotten on a top-shelf I had kept this journal while travelling around Australia for three months in the early 90s. It feels like a lifetime ago now, and a bit strange to read about myself after such a long gap.  I have not gone through all my entries yet, but what I have read so far is already making me laugh and squirm in equal measure. And almost...

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Blue Sky Update – May 2020

Posted by on Jun 8, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A monthly recap of my life as a career coach, writer, and human being.

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Blue Sky Update – April 2020

Posted by on May 3, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A monthly recap of my life as a career coach, writer and human being. Often when I sit down to practise on my piano, I am reminded of a past coaching client. Describing an activity, she did that fully absorbed her, where she could focus on and get into her flow.

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Blue Sky Update – March 2020

Posted by on Apr 2, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

My monthly recap of my life as a career coach, writer and human being

Update – Friday 6th March 2020

I know what I’ll be busy with this weekend, delving into the world of Thomas Cromwell. I picked up my copy of Hilary Mantel’s, The Mirror and the Light on Thursday, from the lovely lady dressed as Anne of Cleves in Waterstones. Not quite the crowd that I was expecting, but that might have had more to do with the dreadful weather yesterday.

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Blue Sky Update – February 2020

Posted by on Mar 5, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

A monthly recap of my life as a career coach, writer and human being Update – Friday 7th February 2020 Over twenty years ago now, in my last employed role, my colleague and I for as long as we shared an office always greeted each other after the Christmas break with a ‘happy new year.’  It was how we acknowledged some of the work-based nonsense we’d had to put up with during the year. His decision to move on played a big part in my doing the same, not so long afterwards. So, as we move through 2020, what will it take to kickstart change in you? Update – Friday 14th February 2020 Why bother...

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