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5 Steps to Banishing Your Own Fake News

At some time or other in your life, you will find yourself questioning your own abilities and feeling like a total fraud. You will feel like a giant phony and be fearful that any second now, someone is going to catch you out and expose you for the fraud that you are....

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The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck

The first book I read this year was Mark Manson’s The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck. I got it for Christmas from my husband after the slight hiccup of his company’s firewall quarantining my emailed list of gifts. Learning and personal growth are very high on my list...

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Why Imposter Syndrome Can Be A Good Thing

What is imposter syndrome? Have you ever felt like your friends and co-workers were going to discover that you’re a fraud and that you really don’t deserve your job?  If you have, you’re not alone. First identified in 1978, imposter syndrome is the feeling that you’ve...

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Communicating With Your Partner

The beginning of relationships are beautiful. We are all victim to the upward spiral and euphoric feelings we sense when we are courting someone or someone is courting us. The focus, attention to detail, exploration and general desire to understand each other can...

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Communicating to Customers Authentically

Communicating with our customers is vital in order to help them understand what we can do for them, how our products and services can improve their lives and why they should buy from us. When we communicate, the two most important factors are the recipient and the...

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Storytelling through Data in the Digital Age

Data is important.Data is key to analysing, creating and implementing.But, throwing data at someone can bring on a vomit effect.So, how can you get your message across using data and ensure the reader doesn’t fall asleep? Storytelling through Data In this digital age,...

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Communicating like a Girl Boss

One of the most crucial skills any leader needs to develop, is their communication skills and their ability to motivate and inspire people through difficult times or to have really tough conversations without ruining the relationship in the long term. For as long as I...

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ONE LIKE, TWO LIKES, THREE LIKES…FOR?

Once upon a time, those four words were the beginning of a story. You knew if you were reading something that began with those words, then you were about to go on an adventure. It was cut and dry. Simple. “Once upon a time” then “The End.” Done. Next story. Then the...

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Conversational Competence

In this fast-paced and ever-changing world we’re living in, one simple opinion or word can cause an immediate argument. I have been thinking about the reasons for this and I have realised that the simple fact is that we’re not listening to each other. A conversation...

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Is Modern Marketing Spinning Us a Yarn?

Humans are hard-wired for storytelling, it’s in our genes. We have been communicating through stories for upwards of 20,000 years, when we first shared tales around the fire and our ancestors were painting on cave walls. Despite the ever-evolving methods and means of...

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