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How curious are you?

People often assume that others have interests and passion about something... The football fanatics and sporting people who follow every game/race with unabridged enthusiasm and unwavering optimism. The die hard political commentators we meet at parties who have a full on opinion and tell you at every chance meeting. One of my clients said she had zero spark and that there was nothing at all that made her sit up and think or that she could be passionate about. She wasn't sad about this as it was something that had never been in her life or thinking. During our sessions we uncovered her perfectionist 'closed' nature and she began to open up to possibilities that surround her in everyday life.

Being 50 - a time for re-invention?

I don't know about you but I have realised that I know my potential! Now to me that's a powerful statement. I know what I can do, what I can contribute and what I need to do to get there. This has all come about over the past couple of years. Turning 50 has been proven as a time of personal adjustment (read Daniel Pink’s latest work , 'When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing' - Interesting reading for everything we do not just mid-life) and I'm a firm believer that it is a time when we re-think our goals, wants, desires and focus. This period is different for everyone - both in its intensity and in its importance. For one person it may be the realisation that they are 50 and haven't r

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