To know yourself you need to know not only how you work, but how your brain works and how you fit into your world. We explore why in this series of posts. … More Self awareness continued – Your Brain & Your World
“95% of us think we’re self-aware but in reality research shows it’s more like 10-15% of us who actually are” Dr. Tasha Eurich. Are you self-aware? You may think you are but are you really? … More Self-Awareness (I) – What is it and why does it matter?
The importance of sleep has been getting increasing coverage. But how many of us still prioritise our social and career activities – over sleep? … More I can’t get no sleep…
Nothing will work unless you do…and yet we’re still not teaching kids how they work. … More Nothing will work unless you do…
I was recently asked to write for ‘The Sisters’ magazine by the wonderful and truly amazing around the world rower Roz Savage. Here’s what I said….. Over the course of my career I’ve worked as a psychologist with leaders from all walks of life. I love my work, and I’ve always had a deep-seated desire … More The Sisters
There are moments where I wonder if it’s too late – this voyage into authorship. Then I remind myself that it really isn’t ever too late for any of us. … More It’s never too late to be who you might have been – George Eliot
This week I had the privilege of working with the EY Foundation and a group of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. When I found out that the group consisted of 60 students – well saying I panicked would be an understatement – I struggle to look after my own kids let alone that many teenagers! … More Untapped Potential
Sanity is a myth, none of us are sane, yet insanity feels scary, foreign and a million miles from the life that most of us lead. Insanity conjures up images of mental asylums, white coats, sedated patients, a ‘one flew over the cuckoo’s nest’ hive of panic-stricken individuals. Our 19th and 20th century foray into … More The Myth of Sanity