PEOPLEBOOSTER BLOG

What matters to you?

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Recent writings about goal setting and goal achievement uncovered some interesting findings: Having a clear goal isn’t the secret to getting the life you want. Being clear about what you value is. Let’s explore what can happen if you set goals without considering what you value… Let’s say you want to earn enough not to […]

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Some days you’re the pigeon, some days you’re the statue. Some days you’re full of energy and others you’re not. Let’s start to understand why and take control of our energy levels! There are many situations that suck the energy right out of us, and ways you can find the ‘garlic’ you need to prevent […]

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Talking with a dear friend the other day I was reminded of a time when I was unhappy with work. The glamorous life of jetting off to a different country each week to deliver training in elegant hotels around the world lost it’s sparkle very quickly and I became homesick and rather fed up. Sometimes […]

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Just a quickie

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Just a quickie this month – in length and in the message… Why? Because changing habits to increase your well being has to be simple, easy and nice to do! How you start your day I could tell you all about the research that shows how you begin your day becomes the mood for the […]

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Imposter syndrome

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There is a ‘syndrome’ which is characterised by people (mostly women) feeling as if they have reached their particular level of professional success by some kind of fluke, scam or crazy luck. They then worry that some day someone will come along and find them out, reveal them for the fraud they are and send […]

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A good nights sleep

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Getting a Good Nights Sleep doesn’t always come naturally… Millions of people have trouble sleeping, you may be one of them or you might know someone who is, so let’s have a look at how to get better quality rest – check out the end of this post for your free relaxation audio. “Sleep is […]

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How blue is your winter?

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3 to 6 per cent  of people in the UK experience SAD, Seasonal Affective Disorder, as the hours of daylight get shorter so our mood can alter, we feel less optimistic and less social. Up to 13 per cent of people experience something less severe in what’s known as ‘the winter blues’. Truth be told, statistics […]

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The trouble with winning

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In which we explore why that winning feeling can cause you trouble… I’m dreaming of warmer days and remembering last years short summer. Did you watch the World Cup Rugby? I’m not a sports fan in general but I love watching a final, almost any final, because it means watching the most skilled people at […]

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Who is to blame?

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What’s the first thing you think when something goes wrong? Often our knee-jerk reaction to assign blame. That might be towards someone else or it might be towards yourself. Have a think, what’s your most common reaction when it comes to blame – outwards or inwards? The great crayon cartoon above made me laugh out […]

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