Today I am reflecting on South Africa's magnificent victory at the Rugby World Cup and the impact that this team has had on all South Africans. Yesterday, we all agreed that they are heroes. But this was not always so. And the team felt the pressure of criticism from the public and the weight of… Continue reading Word of the Week: Privileged
I had a good week at the office this past week. People are beginning to realize how much they have learnt from me and their work is beginning to show it. I had a few days where I was so much in demand that I felt mentally exhausted by lunchtime. I feel that my word… Continue reading Word of the Week: Sparkle
The answer is - not great! We walked once. And although we both set out our running gear on Friday night to run the World Heart Day fun run, my daughter woke up from a nightmare at 4h30 on Saturday and I just knew that neither of us would get out of bed come 6am.… Continue reading Goals for the Week: How did we do?
This week I've introduced a new way to set and focus on goals, for both my daughter and me. I'm not sure why it has taken me so long to think of implementing this approach into my personal life, as it is one of the techniques I include in my coaching for teams who are… Continue reading Goal for the Week: Run 3X
I moved through this past week very tiredly and not as focused as I usually am. I spent my time at home keeping a concerned eye on my daughter and my time at the office working hard at practicing mindfulness to ensure that I didn't ruminate about what had happened and to stop myself from… Continue reading Word of the Week: Reset