The Hungry Gap

As we were picking our first-of-the-season broad beans and sugar snap peas from the vegetable plot at the weekend, I began to reflect on what gardeners in the UK call the hungry gap. ...the time between the last winter produce coming to an end and when the first crops of the new season can be... Continue Reading →

Taking My Own Advice

It's easy to get lost in your own little world.  Wrapped up in what matters to you.  Deadlines to meet; places to be; people to see.  Nothing surprising or unusual about that, I know. What I've realised about myself is that if I go too far into this space I begin to lose perspective; getting... Continue Reading →

Portable Inspiration

While on my recent perspective balancing exercise I was reflecting on how easy it can be to lose sight of what we're trying to achieve and our motivations to succeed. In my e-guide The A to Z of Re-energising Your Career I mention vision exercises, personal commitment pledges and motivation manifestos.  All different means of... Continue Reading →

Taking Time To Reflect

I’m working on an exciting project which has challenged me on many levels.  I love it yet at the same time it frustrates the hell out of me. When I’m learning and applying new skills I sometimes forget to reflect on the progress I’ve made; focusing instead on my frustration at not being faster, smarter... Continue Reading →

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