How to be more confident – The foundations of confidence

Confidence to me isn’t always loud or extroverted, and it certainly isn’t arrogant. It is a quiet inner knowing. It is the ability to turn inwards, listen to

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The confidence gap – how work places can play their part

As a confidence coach, I believe confidence is getting quiet, tuning in to what you need and acting on it.  As you get quiet, it allows you to

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From anger to action – protecting women’s rights

Confidence for me is listening to your intuition, to what you need, and then acting on it.  There is a lot going on in the world right now

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Boundaries I need as a working Mum.

This article should really be titled “boundaries I need as a paid-working Mum” because God knows, it’s all work but not all of it is paid!  However, what

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My journey with journaling – 6 different ways to journal for beginners

Journaling is one of my favourite practices to offload and create space in the mind. I’ve had a diary since being 14 and I’m sure if you read

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Women in Leadership: part 2 – feminine vs masculine traits in leadership

This blog is follow up from a Women in Leadership conversation with Laura from the Vibrancy Hub. Laura is a well-being coach working with female leaders ‘who are

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The Power of Limiting Beliefs.

Don’t believe everything your brain tells you.  For the statements below, answer true or false… I am not good enough He/she will be able to do it better

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Imposter Syndrome: Feeling like a fraud in your own life

A few years ago, 20-something-year old me went to a tech meet-up where Katy Leeson, now Social Chain’s Managing Director, gave a talk on Imposter Syndrome.  Since her

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