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Leading with kindness

Leading with kindness

I never understood the adjective ‘random’ when it comes to acts of kindness- I buy more into the say by the Dalai Lama : 'Be kind whenever it’s possible. It’s always possible’. One of the things my husband and I try to constantly teach our 2 year-old son is to be...

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You are not supposed to look like anyone else …

You are not supposed to look like anyone else …

#mentalhealthawarenessweek2019 This year the topic is body image. The girl in the picture above is me at 15. I had just won my first TaeKwonDo Italian Championship, and without being fully aware of it, I had just started a long journey as an international competitive...

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How’s your Wabi-Sabi?

How’s your Wabi-Sabi?

As some of us rush into the Easter holiday weekend, I found myself walking along the river in Kyoto, appreciating a moment of wabi-sabi … Fallen leaves on the floor, pink cherry petals floating on the air, overcast sky, grey concrete buildings on the background,...

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Mindfulness and modern leadership

Mindfulness and modern leadership

This morning I read an interesting article on how Harvard University is implementing mindfulness as oppose to a more standard stress management course to tackle well-being issues. You can read it here. I often encounter scepticism among leaders when I mention...

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Workshop: Build resilience, nurturing your Kokoro

Workshop: Build resilience, nurturing your Kokoro

So excited to be delivering a series of workshops on resilience from the 15th of May 2019, at the Voewood, a boutique shop in the heart of Blackheath, London SE. Inspired by Japanese culture, I have designed 6 workshops focused on exploring our Kokoro, a Japanese word...

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Mindfulness is my antidote to multitasking

Mindfulness is my antidote to multitasking

Let’s admit it: multitasking is dead! I used to boost about my ability to multitask- I mean, really MULTItask- I now condemn it. (Well, maybe that is a too strong word.) But read on, please: I woke up early today (5.30am) thanks to my son, who then actually went...

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Your niche will find you

Your niche will find you

‘You have too many ideas- you need to narrow them down’ ‘As a coach, you need to find your niche’ ‘You do too many things. You will end up doing nothing well!’ These are some of the things friends and colleagues have been telling me for ever. Now, I have in part...

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Inspiring a Culture of Development

Inspiring a Culture of Development

It's the end of the week, and I'm getting ready to jump on a boat to go on holiday in France (we don't do planes when we can do boats, it's way more exciting!). I'm excited by the prospect of having a break from my laptop and seeing an old friend. But the idea of...

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Lessons from winners

Lessons from winners

The other day, one of my clients admitted that one of the reasons she decided to work with me was the fact that I used to be a competitive athlete. "Surely, you will be able to help me with all the pressure I'm carrying at the moment...perhaps kick me on the behind if...

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Do men and women lead differently?

Do men and women lead differently?

‘Look mummy, it’s a wife!’ – screamed my son cheerfully, whilst pointing to an image of a woman driving a tanker. ‘Ehm, she’s a woman, not necessarily a wife, darling. What makes you think she’s also a wife?’ My son is only 2 and half, so I didn’t quite get an answer...

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