The thrill of discovering an unexpected new friendship with yourself is incredible: a bit like breaking through into a sunlit valley you never before knew was there.
Discover how Self-Worth rises in different areas of life.
“To love yourself is the beginning of a lifelong romance”
– Oscar Wilde
Many professionals are driven by values of service. They do their utmost to satisfy clients, often being available at short notice and going beyond...
Over the past few decades, much has been written about using this little word “No”. Yet the difficulty of uttering it seems largely undiminished. If...
As business recovers from the pandemic and adapts to a changed world, there aretangible reasons to support your people to develop their self-worth....
Self-worth brings changes in behaviour: different from the behaviours driven by self-esteem. Here’s just a short selection: what would you add?
As we approach the beginning of a New Year, I love the sense of determination in Brendan Kennelly’s poem “Begin”. I see it as self-worth expressed in a morning walk by the canal:
Are you an expert? Do you define your career (even your self-esteem) in terms of experience, know-how or skill? If so, there are growing reasons to...
I’ve always been a driven career woman, but it hasn’t always been easy. Over the years, I have thrown myself into my career, met wonderful colleagues and clients, and enjoyed working on brilliant industry-first projects.
In 2019, Laura Vesajoki went through a serious health scare and medical treatments that profoundly changed her life and awakened in her new insights and meaning towards life.
Amy Moser is a coach based in Ealing, London. She has been a coach for ten years, after working in employee communication for 20 years. Amy is an associate with HelpingKids Ltd. and she has been working for four years at private schools in the West London area.