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Tag: Decisions

What is your real hourly rate?

Do you know your real hourly rate? Many clients come to me because they are trapped in a career or job that they no longer want.  One of the most common reasons that they give for not leaving is that

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Choice is not always a good thing

Here`s the scenario.  You are on your way to a meeting.  Perhaps it is work related, or a club committee, or simply catching up with a friend.  You’re about to head into the cafe, or the office and you suddenly

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4 questions to make a big decision easier

I had an email the other day from a past client who I haven’t heard from for a while. It’s lovely to hear from people I have worked with, and especially nice when they occasionally just check in and tell

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So what WOULD Mary Berry do?

Most people have a hero. Someone whose work they admire. Someone who does something that stirs you up. When I ask my clients to tell me their heroes, they often feel that they need to come up with some big

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How to uncover more choices, when you are stuck

Many clients, when they first come to see me, feel they are stuck. There are so many different situations in which you can find yourself where there just doesn’t seem to be any choice. Here are just a few examples: being in

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How to decide what to vote in the EU referendum – an unbiased approach.

Okay, first things first. This article is not promoting one decision or the other.  Leave or remain, or even abstain. I am letting go of the outcome in favour of suggesting a way that anyone struggling to decide can arrive

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