Really enjoyed the workshop, Art in Action in Coaching, last night.
So much so, I tried it myself with my coach this morning. I know what it represents and it really unblocked some of my clutter.
Thanks to The London Coaching Group and Jenny Bird and Sarah Gornall, PCC.
I spent Saturday on a walk through London organised by the The Radical Tea Towel Company discovering the areas where the key suffragettes lived and worked.
This was followed by a demonstration of Suffrajitsu. I’m so glad the challenges are a little different 100 years later.
This RSA mindful movement session really brought alive 2 of the 3 A’s – Attention and Awareness. Maintaining balance with such simple, engaging moves.
I must start researching my 21 senses. With thanks to Dr Henry Ford.
Being in nature helps to declutter our minds. The path is then obvious.
Just listened to Harriet Harman on Reflections R4.
When asked why she didn’t go for the leader of the Labour Party, she replied “I, like many women, do not consider themselves leadership material. It was always mooted a young gun would get it. Nobody suggested I would “.
She now believes she would have got it. Let’s make all women believe they can take this step.
Delighted to be mentioned in Saturday’s Guardian.
Not for my coaching skills but for my resilience as a maths teacher.
He got there and all through his own resilience and determination.