Category: Personal Development

Nik Green’s Story

We’d like to share the journey of another one of our long standing clients with you – Nik Green. We first started working with Nik over ten years ago, and this working relationship evolved and developed into a friendship. Nik spoke about his experience of using NLP in an Outdoor Education setting at our NLP … Continue reading Nik Green’s Story

Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

Looking for the silver lining I’ve been thinking about some of these old sayings recently and how they apply in business, and in life generally. You know the sort of things – ‘A stitch in time saves nine’ ‘too many cooks spoil the broth’ and ‘every cloud has a silver lining’. I particularly like the … Continue reading Every Cloud has a Silver Lining

Rachel Picken’s Journey with Evolution

As the second in our series of stories from our clients, celebrating our twenty years in business, we’d like to share Rachel Picken’s journey with you. If you feel inspired by what you read, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to learn how we can help you on your journey. I first … Continue reading Rachel Picken’s Journey with Evolution

Alison Rumney’s Story

As part of turning the grand old age of 20 we have been looking back on our journey as a company and as individuals, and thought it would be interesting to hear from some of the people we have worked with on their journeys over this time. Although some of our courses may just be … Continue reading Alison Rumney’s Story

A Procurement Professional’s Guide To Buying Christmas Presents

It’s that time of year again, your family require Christmas presents to keep the relationship going, you have a limited budget and you are running out of time. Do you start with a plan? Do you wander round town looking in the shops, choosing stuff at random and then try to fit the present to … Continue reading A Procurement Professional’s Guide To Buying Christmas Presents

Do You Make Lists?

Do you have too many tasks to keep them all in your head? Do you make lists? For lots of people, the problem with lists is that is difficult to prioritise them. We tend to start at the top and work our way down, and any new tasks either get added to the bottom or … Continue reading Do You Make Lists?

A wearable coach

I bought a Garmin Vivoactive watch recently and it has changed my life. I always thought I was pretty active: I played hockey, enjoyed walking, surfed, kayaked and did occasional endurance events like the 3 peaks challenge. Recording my daily steps was an eye opener. Yes, I completed lots of steps when I played hockey … Continue reading A wearable coach

What Is The Ultimate Question

Yes it is, it’s not who? or where? or how? or when? or why? What? is the ultimate question. The question that will give you the answer you need; to change, develop, grow or do whatever it is that you want to do. Of course, the important bit is what comes after the what? What? … Continue reading What Is The Ultimate Question

A Procurement story: from confrontation to co-operation.

Procurement has become an increasingly important function in a wide range of industries and business sectors. It is seen as a strategic function, a function that touches and influences all aspects of a business’s operation. Procurement should facilitate, enable and empower but procurement is also often misunderstood and can lead to confrontation. The language of … Continue reading A Procurement story: from confrontation to co-operation.

The big ‘Oh’. How to manage your mid-life opportunity.

30. 40. 50 or even 60. Birthdays with a zero in them seem to mark a watershed in our lives. A day can pass in the blink of an eye, the years fly by, but the anniversary of another decade of life often makes us sit back and take stock of what we have done … Continue reading The big ‘Oh’. How to manage your mid-life opportunity.

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