What a Ride!

  One of the things that you don’t expect when you give up the day job is the massive internal, personal changes that start to happen as you start out on your journey working full time in your own business. First there is the good stuff – the massive increase in passion and purpose. It’sContinue reading “What a Ride!”

Top 3 Emotions of my First Week in Business

 Last week I finished up in my day job. After commencing coaching and NLP studies last year and working part time on my coaching, training and comedy business, I’m putting out my shingle for the business on a full time basis. I’m using my experience of 25 years in corporate communications, 23 years in theatre and 12Continue reading “Top 3 Emotions of my First Week in Business”

The Meaning of Life

It’s been a while since my last post, life seems to have sped up. Work is busy as always, plus getting a new job that I start in a few weeks time. Add to that preparation for the Adelaide Fringe including production and publicity work as well as actually writing and rehearsing with my ThreeContinue reading “The Meaning of Life”

Trusting the Tao

73 The Tao is always at ease. It overcomes without competing, answers without speaking a word, arrives without being summoned, accomplishes without a plan. Its net covers the whole universe. And though its meshes are wide, it doesn’t let a thing slip through. From Steven Mitchell’s translation of the Tao Te Ching The words aboveContinue reading “Trusting the Tao”

The Pleasure Principle

Hang on – I’ll just go pour my coffee – BRB! Aaah – that’s better. It’s a cup made in the little plunger with a nice blend of bean pulverised in my birthday present from lovely hubby – a coffee grinder. I’d never had one before and its a well used present. I think asContinue reading “The Pleasure Principle”

Looks Like a Bomb Hit it!

Hey all!Holiday Monday here which means its busier than normal day. What with some work this morning, haircutting of son’s giant afro, quick catch up with pal and then what may be a long meeting with Adelaide Theatre Guide colleagues, the actually most exciting thing is the formal launch of my new website! I sayContinue reading “Looks Like a Bomb Hit it!”