Tag Archives: Personal Development

Take 2: Directing Your Best Life #EventReview #PersonalDevelopment

Take 2: Directing Your Best Life.

I recently attended a two-day workshop run by author and coach, Christine Frey and business and personal development coach, Anne Wilkinson called Take 2: Directing Your Best Life.

The two-day programme is based on Christine’s book of the same name and involves an in-depth look at changing the hidden script of your life. Read more

The Power of Positive Thought #positivity #personaldevelopment

The Power of Positive Thought

I’ve written about positivity many times before, and I continue to believe wholeheartedly in the benefits of positive thought. We’ve all experienced those days when we’ve slept through the alarm, laddered our tights, and hit every red light on the way to work. It’s as though that single panicked moment in time when we realise it’s 7.23am and we need to leave the house at 7.30am was the catalyst to a bad day. However, if we stopped to take a breath and accept that we’re running late, it can dramatically influence what could be a downward spiral. Read more

Business and Personal Development Coaching #Review #PersonalDevelopment #SelfHelp with @annewilkinson

Coaching with Business and Personal Coach Anne Wilkinson

Always open to trying something new, I was intrigued when I first met business and personal development coach, Anne Wilkinson and she told me about PSYCH-K®. I knew about coaching but had never heard of PSYCH-K®

AnneAnne, a well-respected and experienced business coach for 18 years, is an Advanced Facilitator of PSYCH-K and certified NLP practitioner. We first met to discuss how I could support her social media and blogging activities and as we discussed her services and approach there was something in the way that she explained PSYCH-K® which resonated with me. It expands your ‘field of potential’ which is something I strive for in every aspect of my life. Read more

Finding Inspiration to Write Non-Fiction #AmWriting #NonFiction #PersonalDevelopment

Where Can You Find Inspiration to Write Self-Help Non-Fiction?

I attend a few author events throughout the year and one of the questions I love to ask my fellow scribes is ‘what inspired you to write your book.’ I love the variety of answers I receive as they are as wide-ranging as the genres we write for.

Fiction authors find inspiration in everything around them. I know that my young adult trilogy (The Guardian Series) evolved after I spotted a photograph in a magazine of a gravestone with three hooded figures. With non-fiction, that spark of inspiration may be slightly different. Read more

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