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What can you give away extravagantly, and still keep lots of for yourself?! Attention. The beautiful, powerful gift of your attention. As we’ve discovered often over the year, giving our attention deliberately to nature, to music, to beauty of any...
  • 9 December 2021
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How are you getting on with the much-discussed ‘return to normal’? Does that mean continuing to work from home, or a return to an office; does it mean resuming commuting, above all do you have choice and autonomy in the new normal? I’ve...
  • 21 October 2021
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Have you read Gareth Southgate’s open letter to the public about how his young players carry great responsibilities beyond simply winning, and what that means? It’s astonishing and really inspiring to see this intelligent and modest man write so clearly...
  • 9 July 2021
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Reading this newsletter means you are interested in Nancy Kline’s Thinking Environment as a way of being. As a way of being with clients and colleagues and friends and also as a way of being with yourself.  Welcome 🙂 Over...
  • 23 April 2021
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Serendipity Now there’s a word. Last week I was serendipitously invited to speak to a small group of EMCC coaches, meeting online to think together on the theme of Appreciation. (Thank you Bev Holden!) Many of us, particularly in the coaching community,...
  • 17 February 2021
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Today I’d like to offer you a standout blog post from my recent holiday reading, this piece by Kristin Lisanti.  I find it inspiring because of the distinction she makes between goals (as in New Year resolutions) and intentions. To me,...
  • 13 January 2021
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How are you getting on, further weeks into lockdown? I do hope you are well. What have you noticed afresh since the end of March?  Do you sense changes in yourself and your capacities to adapt to an emerging and uncertain...
  • 15 April 2020
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  How are you in this astonishing and exhausting new time of Covid-19?  I think we are all still in shock, working at making ourselves do what humans so dislike to do – manage swift change and adaptation.  I wonder...
  • 15 March 2020
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