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There is a horse for everyone.

Yesterday at the stables it occurred to me how special the connection between a horse and its human partner is. There truly is a horse for everyone. One of our group was competing in the national horse jumping championships, riding her talented bay pony over jumps up...

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Why I broke my own rule and created a gift voucher

I have always felt that coaching is a very personal decision, and people come to coaching when they are ready. I have a general rule to discourage well-meaning people who contact me on behalf of their husband, son or friend who they feel would benefit from coaching...

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5 ways to recover the costs of career coaching

A career coach can be a great help to someone at a crossroads in their career or someone facing new career challenges. Taking the step to invest in yourself by choosing career coaching can be the best investment you can make. However, there is no denying that career...

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Strengthening the partnership between Coach and Horse

When I use my horse in an equine assisted coaching session (EAC) I need to be mindful of the partnership; the relationship between my client, myself, and my horse. My horse, Ulo, is by nature sensitive to emotions released in the session, after all that is the point...

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On being perfectly imperfect

We perfectionists are our own worst enemy; we want to do #TBJP (the best job possible) every time. We think it’s almost possible to be perfect all the time and fall into one of two traps: ALMOST possible means that we may do TBJP most of the time, but we cannot bear...

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3 top tips for a great LinkedIn Pulse article

If you have a LinkedIn profile, you can now write an article and have it published on LinkedIn Pulse. Which means there are over 350million potential authors all straining at the bit to get published. But why? Why write a long form post in LI pulse? As a writer just...

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How Keywords can help your job search

One of my clients came to me desperate to know why he was not getting interviews. His job search was stalling and he did not know why. He was highly qualified and he had bags of relevant experience in his field, so why were recruiters passing him over? A quick look at...

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How to come out top in LinkedIn search results

Imagine that your prospective employer is searching through LinkedIn profiles for just the person to complete a new dream team. Imagine that when they type their keywords into the search bar the person who comes top in the search results was you. How cool would that...

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How does LinkedIn decide Jobs you may be interested in?

I get asked this question all the time. Of course you can create your own job search criteria, but if you have not put anything into the system, how do those jobs pop up? I think you can see that LinkedIn doesn’t really use a job matching algorithm. Instead, they use...

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Are you paid what you are worth?

Sometimes it’s hard to know what you should be paid, especially when you are literally in a foreign marketplace. I often work with people looking for career advancement, a new job opportunity, or, hardest of all, a way back into the workplace. My clients are mature,...

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