The mind blowing importance of positive feedback in beating burnout

2020 has pretty much affected everyone. I'm certainly no different. Work is slow of course - lots of my clients had exams cancelled or otherwise just don't have headspace for coaching right now. I'm confident things will pick up. But to keep busy and productive and feel like I was contributing in some way to … Continue reading The mind blowing importance of positive feedback in beating burnout

Should I leave clinical medicine?

By the time people book in to see me they have often been puzzling and fretting over this question for months or even years. This question is a biggie. It is one of the commonest reasons people come to me for coaching and I'm grateful for those who choose to include me (as a coach) … Continue reading Should I leave clinical medicine?

In fear I trust

I work a lot with fear. Fear in my clients, usually expressed as imposter syndrome. And my own fear as I walk my own journey into the unknown. F-E-A-R I'm no stranger to fear. Fear often sits with me on a daily, and even hourly, basis. As I go about expanding my skills and experiences … Continue reading In fear I trust

What to expect in career coaching

Designing and/or changing careers is exciting but it's also challenging. There's no quick and easy way to decide what you want to do and plan and enact how you are going to get there. Here is a broad overview of what is involved in changing career pathways and how coaching helps you get there. Self-knowledge … Continue reading What to expect in career coaching

Here’s what a good coach will never tell you

The people who come to me for coaching all want answers of some kind or another. That's not too surprising really. After all, isn't that what coaches are supposed to do ... help people find solutions to the challenges they are facing?!?!. Whether it's finding a new career, building confidence or passing an exam, it's … Continue reading Here’s what a good coach will never tell you