Procrastination

Procrastination can be paralysing, it can stop you achieving your true potential. Procrastination is a symptom of an underlying problem such as perfectionism, fear of failure or even fear of success. It is normal for people to put things off from time to time however when this behaviour affects all areas of your life or…

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Self sabotage

You may not realise that some of your behaviours are self-sabotaging. It can be subtle however in its extreme form self-sabotage can lead to behaviours such as substance abuse or self-harm. Self-sabotage occurs when there is conflict between your conscious desires and your sub conscious beliefs. The root cause of the self-sabotage will be an…

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What is coaching?

Put simply it is a process whereby the coach encourages their client to identify and achieve what is important to them. The coach provides a supportive environment which enables their client to explore their values and beliefs. You are encouraged to identify your vision and goals. It is an opportunity to explore the changes you…

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Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome is a collection of thoughts, beliefs and feelings of inadequacy that persists despite evidence of success. According to a 2018 study by Access Commercial Finance 66% of women suffer from Imposter Syndrome, where self-doubt overrides any sense of achievement. It can also cause you to feel as though you are always waiting to…

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Coping with redundancy

Facing redundancy can create feelings of fear and uncertainty, leading to emotional strain. The sudden feeling of the rug being pulled out from underneath you with regards to income and stability can lead to a range of negative emotions. The global lockdown has unfortunately led to many people facing unexpected redundancies, adding to the already…

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