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  • A review of The Power of Outrageous Expression


    My good friend John Power who write in the Moulsham Times a local Chelmsford Magazine, wrote a review of my book the Power of Outrageous Expression by Helene Musso “When Helene asked me to write a review of her book … Continue reading

  • 7 reasons to hire a coach for your organisation


    These days we can have a coach for everything, a dating to interview coach to health to happiness  coach and so on. And we are now bombarded with information about the benefit that such an individual can provide. However, there … Continue reading

  • Thank you for donating for my first triathlon


    Hello, lovely people I took part  in my first Triathlon this year at Epping, 300 metres  pool swim followed by 21km bike and 4 km run.  I surprised myself, very much enjoyed it and I am still in one piece … Continue reading

  • 5 tips on how to “read” your audience when speaking in public  


    On the 30th of January 2017, I was invited to deliver a Public Speaking workshop introducing my 5 keys to unlock your speaking at the University of Essex, inColchester. I was faced with a mixture of students from the University, … Continue reading

  • Changing perceptions, change time


    Changing perceptions, change time. Everyday millions of us get the kids to school and battle against time to get them ready, looking fresh with  packed lunch and PE bag and a big kiss on their cheeks. Everyday after that school … Continue reading

  • 3 reasons why collaboration is essential for your business and your work.


    New Year,  New resolution, New you, New Collaboration.  There is strength in collaboration and 2017 is going to be the year of Collaboration. Here are 3 reasons why collaboration is essential for your business/work. 1/ Nothing has ever been invented … Continue reading

  • Growing up and learning from the past


    In winter , it is a good time to reflect before fully engaging with the new year by letting go of the past.  I used to be the enemy of small talk as I felt that talking about small things … Continue reading

  • You do not have to be an extrovert to have a voice


    I am a bubbly, so called extroverted individual but I really like the introverts for their capacity to reflect and to be happy with their thoughts.  A voice, quiet or loud is valid and needs to be heard. I realised … Continue reading

  • Be yourself, be proud, value your name, value YOU


    I have touched over the past few year the topic of being yourself and published a blog called being yourself and what it means to you. How do you start with being yourself? we often make it too complicated. Start simply … Continue reading

  • New Year, New resolution, New you!


    The year is coming to an end and again we look at what we have not achieved and then sigh, what if, and if… .It is the right time to decide to change that and to conquer your fears, starting … Continue reading