What does your soul say about Brexit? An Integral-Teal Perspective

I recently read Frederic Laloux’s brilliant book on “Reinventing Organisations.” It spoke to my longing for more soul, more purpose, more community, more trust and more compassion in our organisations, our society and our interactions. Buoyed up by the hope inspired by the book I’ve watched the events of the past week unfold and I’ve
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To blog, or not to blog….

I’ve taken a month’s sabbatical in May. I can highly recommend it. After the busiest start to the year ever, I was digging deep into the emergency reserves. Time to refill the tanks and focus on replenishing activities. Space to think, time to reflect on my practice and invest in my CPD. The equation is
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Out with New Year’s Resolutions – In with Being Kind to Yourself!

I don’t much like the idea of New Year’s Resolutions. There’s something implicit in all the ‘New Year, New You’ messaging that says, “You’re not good enough.” It appeals to our old friends The Self Limiting Beliefs – those external judgements and expectations that we’ve internalised until they are nagging inner voices, constantly telling us
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Inside Out – Disney’s Lessons For Grown-Ups

Last week I took my children to see Disney’s latest offering, “Inside Out”. I liked it so much I’ve invested in a full set of figures; not for my children, but for my coaching practice. I often work with clients helping them to bring their inner ‘Gremlins’ to life. Now they have Joy, Sadness, Anger,
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Why I Love Fresh Air Thinking (And Why You Should Try It Too!)

I coach in the outdoors. Clients love it. We walk and we talk. Somehow the movement, the changing scenery, the stimulation of all senses, just being in nature ignites thinking. Many clients comment that their creativity is enhanced and they have more insight when we’re outdoors. Being in nature – food for the soul. I
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Goodbye Dad, Hello Brightspace

My Dad died last May. My ingenious, crazy, impetuous, exasperating, wonderful Dad. Cancer is a cruel disease. But the time we had together from his diagnosis to his passing and the reflection it has prompted was a precious gift. It has given birth to this. At the memorial service I thanked him for 2 things; for the
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