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How Beltane can save you from Lockdown Meltdown

Today is Beltane, the ancient Celtic May Day festival that marks the height of Spring - a time of maximum fertility and a potent moment to put forth dreams for the…
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What To Do With the Time That Is Given Us

“All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us.” Gandalf, Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkein Will we take the time – amidst…
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Dread, Fascination and the Lure of Slow

Reflections on the Coronavirus “All of humanity’s problems stem from man’s inability to sit quietly in a room all alone.’ Blaise Pascal from Pensées 139 9 MARCH THE FASCINATION OF…
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Pause to reflect and celebrate – the power of the autumn equinox

Yesterday was the Autumn Equinox, the day when the light and dark are of exactly equal length, poised for a moment in perfect balance before the nights lengthen and we…
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Respons-ability in a post-Weinstein world

This year, our reaction to the Harvey Weinstein scandal offered the clearest indication yet that the ‘Strong Man’ model of leadership is no longer viable. Tolerance of abuse have plummeted…
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The Need for New Generation Coaching and Leadership

The multi-generational workplace New generations of workers are influencing our workplace and in turn approaches to coaching and leadership. One is Generation Y and the other is the ‘Third Actors’,…
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Climate Change & Consciousness

Who do we want to be? How do we want to live? I was active in the field of environmental awareness for about 10 years from 2003 as a founder…
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Escape the Wasteland – how to energise your career by taking successful risks

It was a hot August bank holiday Monday in London in 1996 and I was stuck in the office of my City law firm. The air conditioning was blasting out chilly…
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