She can help you with your New Year resolutions ! And more than you might expect! The end of the year is the traditional time to review the previous 12 months and, if you’re a stateswoman, to give a public message going forward to the new year. I rarely miss the Queen’s Christmas broadcast, even … Continue reading HM The Queen is really a coach!
Not all may be as it seems... Facebook reminded me of a memory from October 2017. My son’s first month at nursery school. Translation of the memory: “So the first 6 weeks of my son in the village nursery school. first 2 days: shortened, adaption days (only up until lunch) The next 3 days in … Continue reading Beware of your brain!
as the great bard wrote in Hamlet. Today we are more likely to say "Clothes make the man". Something that George Michael doesn't always agree with. Just a tired idiom? Or is there some truth in it? Coming from England I have my own opinion of Czech fashion sense which I don't need to elaborate … Continue reading “The apparel doth oft proclaim the man”
a.k.a how to access your subconscious Toilets can be a never-ending source of inspiration! (Here's another one I came across) It might seem strange, but that's what happens when you keep your eyes and mind open. Have you ever experienced entering a room and a fragrance (or even an odour) has suddenly sent you … Continue reading The Scent of Grannie’s Kitchen
a.k.a Inspiration is all around, you just have to look If one is able to maintain a growth mindset then one can find inspiration anywhere. And I keep finding it in public toilets! This time in Kavárna, co hledá jméno. “Your real work is not what gives you your food - it’s what gives you … Continue reading WC Inspiration
Competition vs. Cooperation. Allying competition as cooperation. Creating a winner's mindset. Self 1 and self 2 aligned.
When does a coach become a coach? And why does our brain categorise the world around us?
"If you want to change your life, it needs a re-edit."
A central principle of coaching, summed up beautifully in a poem!
It’s strange that there should be so much “mindfulness” in a children’s film, but sometimes one finds meaning in the strangest places.