wholeheartedness

How authentic are you in the online world?

It has been with interest that I have examined the statistics from my latest blogs. All about mental health in the workplace, these blogs may have challenged the reader with regard to an authentic response. So I have checked out how many have commented or liked them against the number of people who have read them. The question is what does it tell us? As an executive coach I spend many hours with senior leaders, business owners, managers and entrepreneurs. They…

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Suicide. How can Corporates provide support?

I have often worked with suicide. Men and women who have found life intolerable. They have come from a wide demographic, triggered to contemplate ending their lives by varied sets of circumstances. Now my main focus is on coaching within organisations. Individuals who can afford to pay for coaching.. A percentage of my work is still pro bono supporting charitable organisations. Poverty (a main trigger) may not be something my current client’s experience. They do however experience fear of redundancy…

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Love Island- the latest craze

To be honest I had no idea what it was about as I had only caught snippets, I had heard people slate it and others admit that they were hooked. I had also been told that people go on the show with the expressed aim of becoming famous. So, it was with these thoughts in mind that checked it out. I have now watched the first episode and also today’s episode and was gratified to see some familiar faces from…

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Wholehearted living

As an avid reader I am often inspired by what I read. This book; The Gifts of imperfection by Brene Brown is no exception. I was challenged from the offset with her list for wholehearted living, having believed I lived that way already. What about you? Check out this list and see how it sits with you. People who live wholeheartedly have a list of do’s and a list of don’ts. Here are the do’s: Worthiness, play and rest, trust…

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About Susie Flashman Jarvis

One part of blogging is to write about myself. That in itself is a challenge, not because I don’t know myself but rather, I need to think about what I want you to know.

As a coach or a therapist the general rule of thumb is, don’t disclose things about yourself unless it is useful for the client. However, I believe in congruence and I believe that someone is more likely to be themselves if they experience authenticity in another.

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