Language doesn't describe your reality it creates you reality.

How many people really consider, really consider, what they are saying to themselves, to others.  

We flippantly say words, without realising the effect they are having on ourselves. I'm too old, too young, too ..... We state these as God given facts, when really they are only are judgements of the situation.  One person at 70 believes they are too old to go to university, another person is receiving a degree at 85.  Who is correct?  One thing I can certainly predict is what words each person said to themselves and others and thus got their respective reality.

We take on the language what surrounds us.  We live in a network of "truths" and never question them. The truths could be from our culture, our family, the media.  Do we realise what this is doing to us?  What mood it puts us in?  What the end result will be? The impact of our language is enormous.  It can have a huge detriment to our health and thus the quality of our lives.

What can we do?  The first step is to observe our automatic responses.  What we automatically think, say. Then step by step change the language that isn't serving you.  What can you say and think that will make you feel better, feel that you can achieve.  Step by step this can change, and so can your life.

Read the attached article if you want to learn more.




"Leave you moods at the door".  

That is what we used to hear and say about moods in the workplace.  However, what this was actually was referring to, was not to bring a negative mood to work.  

We are always in a mood.  To be human is to be in a mood.  However, the skill is to recognise the mood that we are in and how that influences everything we do, from thinking, to speaking and to how we show up in a conversation.

Being aware is the first step and then consciously shifting that mood to one that will serve you, whatever you are doing.  

Awareness and the management of moods is one of the keys to high performance.  

"Your moods and emotions are the disposition for action, your action, creates your reality." Alan Sieler

I would love to share more insights about moods and how to shift them and thus improve your, your teams and your business performance.


Coaching anchors people to their internal strengths.  It is a positive, productive partnership in which the coach helps the client to transform their life or business through: 

  • Identifying their values, desires, dreams and goal
  • Setting forth a plan of action to move toward obtaining goals
  • Identifying obstacles to success and support in developing strategies to ensure success

Who needs a coach?

Individuals hire coaches to inspire and guide them through all types of life transition.  Clients of coaches report clarity of purpose, greater focus, more self esteem, increased personal power, more life balance and shifts in their lives that lead to happier, healthier, and more productive living.

Business leaders have coachers to gain:

  • Improvement in their communication to maximise potential, theirs and their staff
  • Clearer, focussed, results driven decisions for themselves and their business

What does a coach do?

A coach doesn’t tell you what to do.  It is a collaborative process where a coach will ask you decisive questions to unpack your wisdom within.  A coach will be:

  • an honest and supportive listener
  • your partner in identifying goals, barriers and pathways to success
  • holding your focus on your desired outcome
  • use questions to enable you to gain new perspective and explore viable solutions
  • holding your accountable for completing the steps towards your goal
  • encouraging you and celebrating your successes.