An important part of a healthy work life balance is dedicating some of your time to doing something you love. This is commonly labelled as your passion. Do you notice everyone around you having a thing – like a sport they are really committed to, an environmental concern they research all the time, or an intimidating interestContinue reading “Am I the only one without a passion?”
I’m questioning how I spend my time. I constantly search for new projects or hobbies to take on. I have a loud inner critic that knocks at my door about every day. It is as if I’m walking in someone else’s shoes that are giving me blisters because they are so tight.
This article is about authenticity and how to restore it if you lost touch with it.
I experienced fear of failure during my years of education. Exams during school and university caused a degree of anxiety for me, and so I didn’t tell anyone about them beforehand.
Most of us experience fear of failure in some context. We tell ourselves the most plausible stories why we cannot achieve a certain thing and often even proof ourselves right, by not aiming higher in the first place.
What’s needed to overcome this? Find out in this article.
“I just want to be acknowledged for the work I have done” – oh the amount of times I’ve heard this sentence from my clients and caught myself thinking it in previous jobs! Isn’t it fascinating that so many of us seek acknowledgement from other people, rather than being satisfied with our own judgement?
In this article, I share some techniques on how to become your own ambassador.
People experience a huge amount of expectation and pressure to perform with certainty, determination and confidence at work. As a woman working in a male dominated environment, this pressure can be huge! But what if, deep down, we don’t feel capable of what is expected from us? What if we don’t believe in ourselves? What if we keep criticising our own performance?
This article offers baby steps to grow your confidence.