Finding Plenty

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All my own work? Not likely – it’s time to say thanks

Since I started on my long, drawn-out mission to go it alone,I’ve been trying to do exactly that: do everything alone. Admittedly, spending money hasn’t been an option for most of this time, but I had this weird idea in my head that I was somehow cheating if I asked for help. Which I did anyway – of course. I...

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From whinging to winning: beating the path to powerful change.

Ok, I admit it, I get angry about stuff. I hate (HATE!) the way the economy drives our every decision, how living creatures are treated as commodities, how big businesses run roughshod over everyone and everything in the name of growing their profits. I SEETHE and FUME at smug, self-satisfied politicians who are more interested in their own pocket books...

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Squeezed: what happens when the money worries win

We’re driving across country to visit my Father, with the car lurching and creaking and making a disconcerting ‘clunk’ whenever we switch down a gear. My Fella is has a huge black cloud hanging over his head because the petrol station was 1p more expensive per litre, but we had to use it because the car was basically running on...

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Five fake reasons for not living life your way (and one real one)

Confession time. I got an email from LinkedIn this week – apparently I have a work anniversary which marks 4 years (Four! Years!!!) since I first launched a website, fired up by the excitement of becoming a 6-figure-earning coach by the end of the summer. Nice thought. The reality? Well… Let’s not go there. It’s depressing.   But I’ve thought long...

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The Art of Letting Go, and Why It’s Important

Ever made a really crappy decision that still impacts on your life? I’ll bet plenty of you have, and some (I know I can think of a few) are in danger of letting it stomp on their happiness for some time to come. This theme is pretty prominent in my mind right now as we’re waiting for someone to buy...