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Fear or Excitement? | Posted on Jun 2019

Welcome to the first blog in the series Six Tools to Build Self Confidence. Believe it or not, anxiety is a normal aspect of everyday life.  It is the mental state that gets you to an appointment on time and enables you to remember all the things you have to do.  It’s a state which […]

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Six Tools to Build Self-Confidence | Posted on Jun 2019

Personal obstacles can often impact on our ability to do a good job in the workplace, to be the parent we want to be, to be social with our friends and be confident in the world.  To bridge the gap between where you are and where you want to be can seem an impossible task. […]

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Fly High With Confidence | Posted on May 2019

I was speaking to another therapist/coach who had publicly shared her challenging life experience and she said that she thought to share her story enabled people to feel that they could tell her anything and she wouldn’t be embarrassed or judgemental. Knowing that someone has been through something similar to us can help us have […]

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Crabs In A Bucket | Posted on May 2019

A recent event resulted in a friend sharing a maxim with me ‘Crabs In a Bucket’ – it’s not one that I had ever heard before. Have you ever been undermined by another, someone who is maybe jealous of you or, to use another maxim, has an ‘axe to grind’? Has that person done something […]

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Why Confidence Matters | Posted on May 2019

Your level of performance is directly related to your level of confidence.  If you want to perform better you need to raise your level of confidence in your ability to attempt, if not fulfil, the task in hand.  Confidence matters because you are unlikely to attempt something if you don’t believe in your ability.  Self-belief […]

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“I should have come to see you years ago.” | Posted on Apr 2019

  “I should have come to see you years ago, I don’t know why I didn’t.” – this was something said to me this week whilst booking a Discovery Session for a potential new client.  There are many reasons why we wait to get support: “I am scared to open up to a stranger and […]

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Put your own oxygen mask on first | Posted on Apr 2019

This week has been a challenge.  I changed my name and diversified my business, launched a new website, posted on social media and networked like crazy and then … went to bed. Whilst I knew that losing my voice and having a heavy head cold was my body telling me that now I had reached […]

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Welcome to the first blog post!
| Posted on Mar 2019

First of all let’s explain the name change.  I have for many years worked under my previous married name of Elaine Copeland but got divorced sometime ago.  Because my qualifications were achieved under that name it seemed easier to carry on trading under that name.

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