Tag Archives: personal development

How loving what you do can you give you an edge

Steve Jobs will be remembered for many things but it’s something he said that will always resonate for me – “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”.  As a coach I have the privilege … Continue reading

Great things never come from comfort zones….

Or do they?! Recently I have been pushing the boundaries of my own comfort zone and wanted to share what I have learnt. For those of you who have read my previous blogs, you will notice that this writing style … Continue reading

The power of feedback

At its best, feedback is an incredible tool creating inspiration for the future; even unwanted feedback can become a trigger for positive change. Unfortunately, as coaches, we also see examples of this power being misused; feedback at its worse is … Continue reading

Be true to yourself….

The textbooks would have us believe that all great leaders are true to themselves – in other words demonstrate great authenticity. And yet, when we work with leaders in transition – those recently appointed to more senior roles or changing … Continue reading

How to achieve those New Year goals

For many people the New Year provides an opportunity to sit back, to review the past year and to re-focus on personal/business goals. Whilst landmark events like New Year, fill us with the optimism and confidence to set longer term … Continue reading

Are you using your strengths to your advantage?

Are you able to list 5 adjectives that describe you at your best, in other words, your strengths? Many of us struggle to articulate our strengths and yet when asked to list 5 adjectives to describe where we could improve, … Continue reading

Our Inner Critics

How many times have you found yourself listening to a voice inside you telling you can’t do something?  We are often our worst critics, sending ourselves negative messages, which so easier put artificial barriers in the way of us achieving … Continue reading

The Power of Patience

Have you noticed how impatient we have all become? We are all too used to immediate results from emails zipping around the world in seconds to finding the latest information on virtually anything with a click of a mouse. As … Continue reading

Making new habits stick

It will come as no surprise that willpower is the key to making new habits stick.  It’s willpower that gives us the ability to resist short-term temptations and keep striving for the long-term goal; it’s willpower that gives us the … Continue reading

Why executive coaching?

If you have been following our blogs you will know that we try to offer “thoughts for the day” rather than use blogging as a way to promote what we do at Intuito Coaching, today is going to be unashamedly … Continue reading