Sharing what’s going on for me in my head and world! The world of career coaching, training and aptitude testing. Grab a coffee, or tea and have a read, I hope you’ll find what’s included useful, inspiring or, at very least, amusing! I would love to hear from you, so please feel free to share below or through any of the social media channels.

10 Powerful Coaching Questions

Published on 22nd May 2019 under Professionals/Career Movers, Students,

A good question is like a mirror, reflecting back the true meaning of a situation or an experience for the first time. A really good question can be life changing. Here are some questions to stimulate your mind, reveal your truth or show your path.

Fail Better: The power of mistakes

Published on 15th May 2019 under Uncategorised,

I think we all need to remind ourselves of the beautiful, heroic and instructive role of a mistake; failure is often our greatest teacher, mentor and guide. This is a far cry from the Facebook, Instagram or digitally enhanced version of instant success, but instead a version of reality that requires true grit, failing, falling and getting back up again.


Published on 10th May 2019 under Professionals/Career Movers, Training,

With the job market improving and Ireland heading towards full employment once again, it’s time to dust off your old CVs and brush up on your interview skills! Join me on the 30th May at Dungarvan Enterprise Centre.

An alternative New Year’s Resolution

Published on 16th January 2019 under Uncategorised,

Rather than comparing your life to someone else’s, whether that’s your neighbour, friend, Facebook post, Instagram story – find the beauty, value in your own life. We may be looking at the same view but we all have a different picture to draw. One that expresses who we are, what we hold dear and what our hopes and dreams are for ourselves and those we love.

The challenge of change

Published on 7th November 2018 under Uncategorised,

Every time you practice, you are strengthening the connections in your heart and mind and eventually, the conscious ‘work’ of a new task will become second nature.