Tag Archives: Cherry Potts

Do it NOW

Nearly the end of the year, less than two hours to go.  Have you made a list of resolutions?  I started my list, and I thought, why wait til the 1st? I started yesterday. So I’m off to bed, as … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a Professional Certified Coach?

When I got to my emails this afternoon, there was a solstice present which had been sitting there from the night before (apparently the solstice was a day late this year… should we worry?): The ICF have awarded me my … Continue reading

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Leadership Styles

What kind of leader do I want to be? Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power. Abraham Lincoln Introduction Cleverer people than me have spent their entire working lives … Continue reading

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Lost: one voice

… last heard failing to communicate effectively with a client on the phone Wednesday evening. Actually I think this is down to going out to protest in song against local cuts to services: Library and traditional folk-y protest songs on … Continue reading

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Serendipity

Its a cold, dreary Monday and I don’t feel like doing much, but I’ve promised A that we’ll go to the Evolving English exhibition at the British Library. There are several ways we can get there, and it turns out … Continue reading

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Resolution … Evolution

It’s that time of year. I get bloody minded about new year resolutions: you won’t catch me in the gym in January, it’s too full of people regretting that final slice of Christmas cake. And really, it makes better sense … Continue reading

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Compromise

What do we mean when we talk about compromise?  I get the feeling it can be rather a negative idea. The OED definition is: To settle a dispute by mutual concession; or to bring under suspicion or into danger by … Continue reading

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