CHARISMA on the curriculum?

Throughout my learning and working experience as an actress, I can remember more than once uttering the words ‘basically, you can either act, or you can’t’.  What I meant was that although there are some fundamental skills that need to be in place, the ability to convince an audience that you are a character other…

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What do you feel now?

Today I would like you to think about what you have completed so far with SCOPE. Yes, you have only had the opportunity to look at Module 1 but even with that there is a wealth of discovery possible… Which exercise gave you the most insight? Have you thought about your feelings yet? Your reactions…

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Do you SCOPE?

How are you feeling? When you downloaded the first module of the SCOPE process for career fulfilment, what did you expect? What did you hope for? What made you decide to do it? Whether you have completed module one yet or not, this is an important question as it shows that you have questions, you…

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Fulfilment and Flourishing – How Inspiration and Enlightenment bring Success

Join us on WomenUP Radio with our guest Alice Beveridge, psychologist, former primary teacher and Director of the cutting edge motivation and personal development organisation Tree Of Knowledge. . We will be discussing : – Applied positive psychology and finding satisfaction and meaning in life. The 5 key strands that lead to flourishing, how to use them…

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HerStory – JoAnn Hamilton: A Multi-Potentialite Work in Progress

I am a continual work in progress. My journey began almost 38.5 years ago and it keeps going. To begin with, I was never that person who always knew what they wanted to do. As a child I had many interests. I was a trained dancer and performed professionally and continued to do so up…

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The Business of YOU

The term ‘self empowerment’ may or may not be gramatically correct. It may sound like one of those ‘airy fairy’, new age faddy (is that a word?) expressions, that don’t seem to have a place in the mind or indeed the vocabulary of a self made business woman or one working in a competitive industry.…

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How can you discover who you really are?

By self-analysis (which sounds very boring but isn’t, actually, once you start), self-awareness and listening to your feelings and hearing your reactions. This probably sounds very new-agey type psycho-babble but it isn’t. We are so surrounded by pressure, technology, ‘noise’ meaning interference from others and people’s (normally) negative views and criticism that we forget that…

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Corporate + Social Responsibility, Ambitious Women + Leadership

Join us today on WomenUP Radio with our guest Shola Mos-Shogbamimu, a dual qualified lawyer specialising in corporate investment banking and asset management and editor of Women in Leadership Publication . We will be discussing: – Corporate and Social Responsibility for Transitioning Women into Leadership.  What is the current situation? How does this impact us practically?  –…

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HerStory – Jules Bannister: From Journalism to Recording Co, TV, Radio, Theatre, Performing and back to Journalism!

Having always been a rebel in one way or another, I must start by saying that I have never felt the need to make excuses or apologise for having a career history that moves along multiple paths.  As we know, life often heads us off at the pass, but I regard all my experiences as…

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Women Deserve It!

As women, I think we all deserve to feel like Unstoppable Goddesses. Some people hear that and freak out, thinking it is melodramatic new-age hype. How negative and wrong they are! Why shouldn’t we enjoy our ‘self’? What is wrong with wanting to feel free, to direct our own path, enjoy our own independence, to…

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