You are the Guru

Have you ever looked to an expert to tell you what to do? A leader, teacher or guru? I hold my hand up with you. Human beings have sought the advice and counsel of sages and teachers for thousands of years. Back in the day the high priestess at the temple of Delphi...

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Goals or No Goals?

Is making goals a good idea? Is it how human beings achieve and succeed? Last week I mulled this over with a client. The gist of our conversation went like this… Client: Fiona, I'm ill in bed for the second time in 3 weeks feeling out of sorts and not quite ready for...

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Happy New Year! Endings and Beginnings

It’s been quite a year. Heartache. Joy. Extra-ordinary breakthroughs. Broken dreams. Loss and healing… These themes rang through the conversations I’ve shared during the year. What about you? More than a roller coaster, though. I ended this year even more in awe at...

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Your Wonderful Life

Have you seen the movie; It’s A Wonderful Life? If you have you’ll know that it tells the story of George Bailey who spent his life doing good deeds which made a huge difference in his community. But he fell upon hard times. Slumped into despair and was about to kill...

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3 Ways To Right An Upset

Last week I was moved by a startlingly honest and inspiring conversation with Heart Notes readers in my Find Certainty in Uncertainty webinar. During the call we explored how to make a stand for what matters to us without rejecting people who have a different view....

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Silence the Noise

Lately, I’ve heard the same sentiment echo between clients and friends. They are tired of the drama playing out on the world stage. The volley of opinions fired by sparring leaders, and the clamor of the I’m right and you’re wrong debate. Surrounded by noise it’s...

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How to turn failures into winning moments

Do you ever wonder if you could have done better? Maybe you said an unkind word to your mother. Ignored a colleague who was grieving. Or dropped out of learning a musical instrument. There are many ways to fail. Probably as many as the number of grains of sand on a...

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The end of post-it notes

August was unusual. For the first time four in years I didn’t travel overseas. Instead I indulged in some of my favorite summer past times - gentle hikes and long meandering bike rides. The thing I like the most about moving along on two legs or wheels is that after...

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