Ali's Articles

How To Get Back on Track When You Feel Derailed

There are times in life, work, or business that we feel derailed. Progress comes to a grinding halt. It can feel frustrating and demoralising.

Sometimes the cause can be factors outside of our...

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When Creating Change Feels Hard, Keep This in Mind

Changing something in your life, work, or business can feel hard. Really hard. It can feel painful, messy, and scary. It can trigger emotions that can feel challenging to navigate and overcome.

As...

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How to Deal With Change You Didn’t Choose, Don’t Want, or Don’t Like

Some changes in your life and work will be ones you choose, want, and welcome with open arms.

Others will be ones that you didn’t choose, don’t like and don’t want.  When...

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How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Create Change Successfully

It feels so frustrating when there is a change you want to create and you know you are getting in your own way of the results you want to achieve but don’t really know the best way to deal...

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Sometimes...(the ups and downs of life and work)
Some thoughts on the ups and downs of life and work:  
 
Sometimes your life feels amazing.
Sometimes it feels like it sucks.
 
Sometimes you feel you can achieve anything.
...
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The Key to Solving Your Struggles

We all experience struggles at times in our life and work, for all sorts of reasons. Some happen due to external sources outside of our control. Some are self-created.

Solving those things can feel...

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10 Ways to be Less Busy

If you would like to feel less busy in your life and work but don't know where to start, you are not alone. We live in a society where busy seems to have become the default mode in life and...

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Midlife isn't a crisis. It is an opportunity.

Midlife and beyond presents a new chapter in life and work. It brings with it all sorts of possibility and opportunity.

Yet, sadly, that is not the way it is often approached. Negative stereotyping...

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