Cogs and Wheels

I often over hear conversations in the office, at coaching forums, networking or even chatting with my friends and there is a common parlance that comes up on a regular basis. You hear someone describing themselves and it often starts with I AM, followed rapidly by JUST and then what they do(insert job title!). "Ohhhhh Im just an architect, Im just a developer,......... a builder, a doctor, a freelancer, a writer......" There are not only 3 issues with this which I will cover shortly, but it points to something that I have been thinking about now for a while. Im working for a large programme contracting at the moment and the team is made up of a number of highly skilled and incredibly 'can d

Raindrop and sunbeams

Sometimes life is blurry and the rain clouds our view as it rolls relentlessly down the pane. We all have days where we wake up and it's raining and as we pull back the curtains all we see first is the raindrops rolling down the window pane. The condensation has fogged on the inside and the rain outside is so heavy that nothing is that clear, in the foreground or the background. Life is like this too and metaphorically speaking we need these rain clouds to appreciate the sunbeams and good times. The sense that we are getting 'it all at once' or bucketed on, or an onslaught of bad stuff is our own personal low pressure passing through. And as the quote goes, 'every cloud has a silver lining'

Top tips to finding your balance

Everything in life is about balance! Growing up we learn about polarity, in Religious Education at school we are taught about heaven and hell, growing up from an early age we are taught about good and evil, positive and negative, kind and unkind, honest dishonest, black white, the list goes on and on and there are hundreds of opposites..... In essence this is all because when we look at the simple nature of things life is in balance best when it has both sides, you can't split a magnet in half can you, and when you consider that it has to have its positive and negative force its easy to see that everything in life has the same concept. The world is awash with positive thinkers, but they also

do stars collide?

Sometimes you meet someone, and it’s so clear that the two of you, on some level belong together. As lovers, or as friends, or as family, or as something entirely different. You just work, whether you understand one another or you’re in love or you’re partners in crime. You meet these people throughout your life, out of nowhere, under the strangest circumstances, and they help you feel alive. I don’t know if that makes me believe in coincidence, or fate, or sheer blind luck, but it definitely makes me believe in something. - unknown I was listening in to a bit of a debate about whether people can fall in love at first sight or not. Do we engineer it? Do we imagine it? do we really truly get

are you tying yourself in knots?

Wishing papers in a japanese garden© Radu Razvan Gheorghe Have you even had that feeling - the one where you feel like you are waiting for something or maybe someone to happen? Maybe you are even just wishing that it might just go away? That nagging and pervasively annoying feeling - perhaps its an idea thats just shaping itself and not quite there or a problem you’re trying to solve? Its a low lying, under the skin kind of feeling. Often it can have a couple of different effects on you; it can make you feel completely frozen by it - you can’t move, you can’t think straight, you don’t function properly, and weirdly you don’t even think you know what is that you want to happen. You can fe

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