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Association of Professional Coaches, Trainers & Consultants Achievement Awards

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

I’m thrilled to have been shortlisted for the Life Coach of the Year Award at the 3rd AnnualAssociation of Professional Coaches, Trainers and Consultants Achievements Awards and I’d really appreciate your vote!

The APCTC Awards Ceremony is now in it’s third year and they’re being held at the Novotel Hotel in Birmingham on March 1st.

 I’m honoured to have been acknowledged and nominated by the APCTC for my work as a Life Coach & Trainer and I’d like to thank everyone for their support and good wishes.
Details about the awards, my profile and how to vote can be found here.

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A Tree As Lovely As A Poem

Monday, February 3rd, 2014















Do you have a memory of a favourite tree? Most people do. Trees are a great source of material for your writing life.

The Cherokees called trees the standing people, telling us that trees embody the energy of our ancestors. Taking this cue from the ancients:

  • Write a list of personal strengths that have gotten you this far in your life?

‘There’s something incredibly honest about trees in winter: they’re experts in letting go,’ writes Jeffrey Mcdaniel.

  • As fast as you can write a memory about letting go?
  • If you were a tree what kind of tree would you be?
  • Imagine becoming still like a tree
  • Write about what you would see and observe in the stillness about your life right now
  • Write about what you may have missed or overlooked?


All images copyright of Sarah Woolfenden. To visit  Sarah’s website click here

Used with permission.

A Tree As Lovely As A Poem Journaling Tip 237 click here 

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Books On Top

Saturday, February 1st, 2014

I was at a leaving do last night at the Park theatre in Finsbury Park in North London when I glanced up at the ceiling of the upper floor bar and was greeted with a ceiling full of hanging books.

It’s a novel (sorry couldn’t resist that one) idea.

Would be lovely if it was easy to pull a book down, read it and then pop it back up again.

What other examples do you have of unusual book displays?

If you email me over a photo I will post them on the


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