Archive for August 2015

6 STEPS TO CREATING A CLICK-WORTHY BLOG POST

Creating blog content doesn’t always come easy.   Have you ever poured all your energy into creating a blog post, only to see your traffic and engagement in the low end? It can be so frustrating! The good news is that you can become a blogging pro with a few sneaky tips and tactics. If…

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WHEN IS IT THE RIGHT TIME TO FOLLOW YOUR PURPOSE?

Understanding your purpose — your direction — for your life is an amazing thing.   The question that often comes next, however, is: “When do I make it happen?” We hear stories of grand adventures and throwing all caution to the wind in order to follow a purpose, but for most of us, the reality…

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THE MOMENT EVERYTHING CHANGED

The moment I decided to let go of my excuses, fear, comfort zone and ‘what ifs’, everything changed.   I have always liked to see myself as a go-getter, risk taker and someone who makes things happen. In a lot of ways, I always have been. But through my healing journey over the past few…

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SOULFUL SUNDAY – THE REAL YOU

You’ve most likely heard the saying, “Seek and thou shalt find”.   We do this with almost everything. When we want a job, we seek out Google. When we want food, we seek out our preferred grocer or supermarket. When we want to go on a holiday, we seek out friends — and Google again.…

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BUSINESS IDEA TESTING SERIES – PART 3

We’ve reached the final part of our three-day Business Idea Testing Series with Start-up Business Coach Katie Wyatt, of The Wellness Entrepreneur . Throughout the series, Katie will share some generous tips on how and why you should test your brilliant business idea and what you need to ask yourself before you start. If you…

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THE BIG CONVERSATION CHECKLIST

We pride ourselves in being good at relationships, generally.   After all, most of our days are spent in relationships with colleagues, collaborators, friends and family. We find our way through the ups and the downs, fluent in which ways to temper our language and tone for each audience. And yet, when it comes to…

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