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Evolution, Growth, and Finding Your Golden Buddha…

Over the last couple of months, I’ve spent a lot of time pondering the question “What next?” I’ve noticed a shift in my work and interest, which reflects a shift in what becoming who I am means to me. It […]

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#76: Rediscovering Your Creativity with Margarita Tartakovsky

In this week’s podcast episode, I’m talking to Margarita Tartakovsky about how to rediscover your creativity and add more play to your life. Margarita is an associate editor at Psych Central and author of the upcoming book Make A Mess: Daily Prompts […]

Why Your Self-Doubt Doesn’t Mean What You Think It Means – with Tanya Geisler

Do you experience self-doubt? (er, are you human?) I don’t know about you, but I totally get the self-doubt  bug whenever I’m trying something new, doing something that requires a greater level of visibility, or growing in some way. In the past, I’ve taken […]

“You Don’t Need to Be an Expert to Teach What You Love” — Advice from Sarah K. Peck

One of the most common beliefs I hear from clients time and time again is some variation of “I would love to do X, but I really don’t feel like I’m an expert in that yet…” I was grateful to have the […]

#75: Is Self-Knowledge Relevant to Entrepreneurship?

This episode of the Becoming Who You Are podcast is slightly different to usual: this time it’s my turn to be in the interview chair! Jake from The Voluntary Life (aka Mr BWYA, my lovely husband) interviewed me about the intersection […]

How to Nourish Your Creativity: 16 Creatives Share Their Tips

Nourishing our creative energy is an important way to avoid feeling burned out and drained. I asked 16 of my favourite creatives to share some of the things that they do to keep their creativity alive and well-fed… Read, listen and […]

#74: The Gift of Writing with Claire J DeBoer

In this week’s podcast episode, I’m talking to Claire De Boer from The Gift of Writing about one of my favourite personal development topics: journaling. Topics we discuss include:…and much more! Share the Wisdom Journaling is about being willing to […]

How I Reframe Difficult Situations, Histories and Circumstances

Earlier this week, I had a conversation with a client, who was second-guessing some of her past decisions. Talking through it, she recognised that she made the best choices she could have at the time, and I posed the question: […]

#73: Emotional Intelligence with Jo Casey

In this week’s podcast episode, I’m talking to Jo Casey about emotional intelligence. Apologies for the clicking noises in this episode; headphones with built-in microphones + scarves = not a good combination!  Topics we discuss include:…and much more! Share the Wisdom […]

How to Get What You Want: Advice from Supercoach Michael Neill

How do you go about getting what you want? In his book Supercoach, Michael Neill summarises the three main approaches that most of us use to get what we want from life. He breaks our behaviour down into three approaches: acquisition-based […]