Freedom (I won’t let you down)

So I have a confession-  no new ideas…nothing new… as I have been in a much more reflective space where I have been valuing other people’s voices rather than my own.  Shock! I hear you cry-  but I have been writing a research paper recently and suddenly a lot of things are making much moreContinue reading “Freedom (I won’t let you down)”

‘Walk on, Walk on’ (You’ll never walk alone)

The ‘Who am I?’ series is all about trust, because I believe it’s not one-sided and building a resilient team at work is as much about how we treat others as it is about how we behave ourselves: the old proverb, ‘treat others how you’d like to be treated’ springs to mind. This sounds commonContinue reading “‘Walk on, Walk on’ (You’ll never walk alone)”

People hold on (don’t do yourself wrong)

The current lockdown has taken me back to the 1990’s I can’t remember which year, (1997 maybe?). I’d be about 20, I was at university and I had discovered the clubbing scene.  It was a place that time had forgotten, until the birth of virtual parties online satisfying the extroversion I thrive on here inContinue reading “People hold on (don’t do yourself wrong)”

True Colours (are beautiful like a rainbow)

The ‘What am I?’ series is all about being the ‘authentic you’ because I don’t know about you but I LIKE ME and I don’t want to be anyone else. I admit I can be like marmite, however what I have found is that I am mainly marmite when I am trying to be somethingContinue reading “True Colours (are beautiful like a rainbow)”

You give ‘love’ a bad name

It has been a busy and soul searching few weeks. I came across an organisation recently who used the acronym ‘love’ to mean living our values everyday. I also this week, heard Bon jovi’s anthem (cited above) again; discovered clear is kind, unclear is unkind (thank you Brené Brown), read a bit of Minda Harts’Continue reading “You give ‘love’ a bad name”