Author Archives: Glenda

Gotta lotta stuff

I’ve got a lot of stuff. Files and notes and files of notes and notes of conversations of my ex clients, and learnings from early on in the coaching game. The hoarder in me wants to keep ‘em all, ‘just … Continue reading

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Persistence without pushing

I’ve just had the great privilege of seeing the musical Matilda. What an impressive show. The costumes, the performances, the “tone” seemed pretty right to me, developing the 1988 Roald Dahl book and its illustrations by Quentin Blake. Even with … Continue reading

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Little Girl

  Say you’ve chosen to make a move to be more visible in your business or career. Does a feeling pop up to stall your confidence? Right when you’re preparing to speak, make a sales call to an ideal prospect, … Continue reading

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TOO MUCH adventure

  I love an adventure. I see myself as relatively adventurous. I’ve gone to the other side of my country to work, and live permanently. I’ve been to Africa, including Libya, and travelled solo. I’ve taken the leap of faith … Continue reading

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Why you get this

I’ve been down and dirty in a cold, quite fixated on the aches, the weakness, the horrid reality of how the sinus holes in my head all filled up with gunk over about five days. How the brain went fuzzy. … Continue reading

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Refreshing yourself

Last week I was able to spend a couple of precious hours with a best friend. She was zotting across our eastern sates for work and had a late dinner spot in Newcastle, several hours north of me, on the … Continue reading

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Hugging long enough

A hug of any length is better than no hug. In my opinion anyway, except for those you wish didn’t happen at all. A hug can be a warm connector, it can signal closeness, it can reassure, it can mean … Continue reading

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Am I not tidy enough?*

We’re in ‘retrograde’ with the stars and apparently this can be interpreted as a time to pull back and regroup. Whether or not, allowing yourself to take the foot off the accelerator for a time can be healthy rather than … Continue reading

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Your book, this year!

  Are you an author waiting to happen? Are you planning to get started when you “have more time”, and are you waiting until other ducks are in row before you get your book underway? Or is it sitting there … Continue reading

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Is oblivion dangerous?

The second night of our big storm last week was wild and woolly. Rain was pouring, winds were whipping, I stayed inside with our pets, watched TV, and went to bed quite happily. Mark ducked out to check the back … Continue reading

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