The Wheel Of Life is a much-loved coaching tool. I use it often to check for gaps and overload in key areas in my life. My career and entrepreneur coaching clients also find it really useful for recalibrating their personal and professional balance.
I’m keen to share what I’ve learnt about what’s involved in getting a business up and running, and transitioning from office life to solo business adventure.
I’m intrigued by personality profiling tools designed to help unravel and map the mystery of who I am. Among the many useful tools I use with my career coaching clients, I’ve found the Myers Briggs Type indicator both insightful and practical.
5 exploratory moves designed to reduce your stress and increase your creativity as you embark on your career change journey.
Comparisons can be brilliant motivators, highlighting or reflecting your strengths and aspirations. However, if comparisons usually leave you feeling ’worse off, worse at and worse than’ pretty much everyone, perhaps its time to change the way you make them.
The Values in Action (VIA) Survey of Character Strengthsis a simple, practical self-assessment that identifies and ranks your core characteristics and strengths. It is one of my favourite tools and I’ve seen many clients use it to create positive changes in their own and others lives.
‘Fall down 7 times stand up 8’ - this pithy Japanese proverb ‘Nana korobi ya oki’ invites us to practice resilience and self-belief. It advocates responding courageously to failure but it falls short of forecasting the outcome.