I can’t remember how I originally stumbled across Emilie Wapnick’s Puttylike website. I do remember that her description of what it meant to be a ‘multi-potentialite’ appealed to me straight away. It was the first time I had a fitting name to describe myself. Like…

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“No matter how far you travel, you can never get away from yourself. It’s like your shadow. It follows you everywhere.” Haruki Murakami When you’ve had a tough month (or a tough year) there’s nothing more inviting than dreaming up an escape plan. It’s tempting…

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There’s nothing quite as disheartening as dragging yourself out of bed on a Monday morning to head into a workplace that makes you miserable. One of the most difficult things is keeping yourself in the right frame of mind while you try to either turn…

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For most of us, change can be a little bit daunting. We usually prefer certainty, security and the places, people and habits we’re familiar with. Which is why we hang onto jobs that we no longer love, partners that treat us poorly and behaviours that…

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I used to think it was only my generation who had limited choices. When I finished school almost 30 years ago girls were encouraged to be nurses, teachers, hairdressers or secretaries. There’s a much broader choice available these days, but still, so many young people…

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 I’ve worked with clients from all walks of life. There are stay-at-home mums, CEOs, PAs, tradesmen, surgeons, lawyers, artists, entrepreneurs, actors, business owners, merchant bankers, massage therapists, IT managers, policemen, advertising execs, writers, students, songwriters, receptionists, retirees…and a whole host of other occupations in between. Every one of these…

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