Episode 40: The Doubters Memorable Moments of 2020

I would like to take this opportunity to send you my very best wishes for this festive season with this pre-recorded episode reflecting upon THE DOUBTERS MEMORABLE MOMENTS OF 2020 We kicked off on 5th March and by the following week, it felt like a very different world with the impact of COVID-19. Throughout this time, I…

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Episode 39: The Doubters with Katherine Sykes

For my final live session of 2020, I handed the reins to Katherine Sykes who reminded us HOW TO HAVE FUN!Katherine told us about how having fun has become such an integral part of her recovery from depression. And she is now making this her powerful purpose to bring to the world with her new consultancy.We spoke about…

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Episode 36: The Doubters with Marc Iturriaga

My conversation this week with Marc Iturriaga is on the topic of NOT BELONGING IS THE NEW BELONGING!Marc calls himself a Belonging Crusader and, in this episode, he tells the story of his lived experience growing up surrounded by such a diverse group where he never felt like he belonged but also never felt like he had to…

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Episode 35: The Doubters with Scott Poynton

My conversation this week with Scott Poynton is on the topic of FINDING CALM IN CHAOS Scott tells how he discovered his innate ability to bring a sense of calm to highly conflicted relationships during his time working as CEO for The Forest Trust.  He realised there was something about the way he was showing up that enabled calm…

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Episode 34: The Doubters with Sarah Santacroce

This week, it was my great pleasure to invite Sarah Santacroce to discuss her initiative THE GENTLE BUSINESS REVOLUTION   Sarah introduces herself as a 'hippie turned business coach'. The values of empathy, fairness, sharing, and equality were ingrained in her from a young age through her experience of growing up in a commune. The Gentle Business Revolution is…

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Episode 33: The Doubters with Joya Georgewill

This week, in recognition of Black History Month, I invited my old friend Joya Georgewill to explore the topic of OWNING OUR BLACK HISTORY Joya revealed how she has never before spoken up about her 'lost identity' and so I felt extremely privileged that she was willing to be so open in this conversation with me. …

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Episode 32: The Doubters with Andrew Gibbons

This week, it was my great pleasure to invite Organisational Consultant Andrew Gibbons to discuss the topic LEARNING TO LEARNI really appreciate Andrew's passion and dedication for learning and I know he absolutely lives by his word. He talks about learning as the 'meta-skill', when we can get better at learning, we can learn just about anything more…

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Episode 31: The Doubters with Carole Douillot

This week, I had a lively and thought-provoking conversation with my fellow Animas coach Carole Douillot on the topic of BEING A MULTIPOTENTIALITE  Are you someone who is driven by a love for learning and interest in new creative pursuits? And does this cause you to doubt yourself, or ask yourself what is wrong with you, because you…

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Episode 30: The Doubters with Tom Waterhouse

This week, I invited Diversity and Equity Consultant Tom Waterhouse along for a conversation about his project IF I HAD BEEN BORN A GIRL  It was wonderful to have this conversation with Tom on this day, which was the launch of his brand-new podcast of the same name.  This work is encouraging men to explore the impact on their own lives…

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Job Hunting in a Recession? This Could Be the Most Valuable Time of Your Life

The time in my life when I had my worst experience with self-doubt was while job hunting in a highly competitive post-recession job market. It was October 2010 and I had returned to England after living in France for three years. My husband and I had been living an idyllic lifestyle renovating a 200-year-old stone…

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