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Intuition is Another Layer of Data

Posted by on Oct 30, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Intuition is Another Layer of Data

“You’ve got to be kidding me” is one of numerous responses I hear when asked what I do for a living. Creating a niche market in the heavily subscribed field of business consultants took me years of unwavering self belief, dogged determination and bullet proof responses to the numerous rejections and disbelief my elevator pitch elicited.  My own intuition kept me glued to the knowledge that I was on the right track, that one day business would look to intuitives for superior insight into complex business decisions. Today I...

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Women working with Intuition

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Women working with Intuition

Are women more intuitive than men? It’s a question that can lead to heated debate. I am going to put my money where my mouth is and assert that women in business are more intuitively aligned to their goals, their staff and their business vision. They use their intuition to navigate each day, decision make, deal with clients and manage their staff. Women in business are not shy to share examples of how their intuition guided them to grow their businesses, challenge traditional thinking and support their risk taking....

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Developing Intuition

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Developing Intuition

As I write this, my last blog of 2013, my thoughts turned to those of you who will be ending the year with intentions focused on the closing off of another year. It’s a time of reflection, of looking back on what you have achieved and planning forward to what you aim to achieve in 2014. A new year brings much promise and expectation.  When many of us set down our future goals, our dreams and that which we have yet to attain in our professional and personal lives,...

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Intuition, Soul and Belonging

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Intuition, Soul and Belonging

I am home in my small coastal town of Onrus, Hermanus taking some time out from a busy 2013.  For me, returning home is about ritual and a sense of belonging. Opening doors, drawing back drapes and lifting blinds, to allow the sun to spread its warmth into rooms that have been closed off for some weeks. Part of my homecoming ritual is long daily walks along the striking cliff paths that are a feature of our coastline. I am blessed to live in an area that is a...

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Women Mean Business

Posted by on Apr 23, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Women Mean Business

Every year in South Africa on the 9th August,  we honour women by celebrating Women’s Day.   It’s an official public holiday, devoted to women, across all spectrums of society.  Today, in the second week of the new year, I want to make mention of the unseen and largely unacknowledged community of women who inspire and humble me. I am busy creating a Women in Leadership seminar, devoted to women who lead and inspire their staff and their teams in organisations and businesses in South Africa.  Women in business face...

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7 Insights – Entrepreneurs and Intuition

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

7 Insights – Entrepreneurs and Intuition

Why have Einstein, Branson, Buffet and Jobs all given credence to their intuition in their quest to succeed, stand apart and develop their ideas into breakthroughs, innovation, opportunity, job creation and wealth? Below I identify 7 Insights of Entrepreneurs. Possibly you see yourself here and can relate to some of these characteristics of successful entrepreneurs that I have observed in my field of Intuition, Strategy and Coaching, whilst working with highly individual entrepreneurial achievers. I hope in writing this that it touches the entrepreneur in you and tempts you...

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Intuiton and Change

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Intuiton and Change

Five years ago I felt a strong calling to return to my home province of the Western Cape. After ten enriching years in Kwa Zulu Natal, my intuition was callling me to make the pilgrimage back to Cape town, floral kingdom of the world and home to two of my three children. Having been born and raised at the southern tip of Africa, my roots remained deeply enmeshed in the fynbos and indigenous fauna at the foot of Table Mountain and in the Atlantic ocean that rumbles along this...

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The Soul of Business

Posted by on Mar 20, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

The Soul of Business

It’s time for me this month to once again capture my intuitive insights and share them with those of you who are yearning for deeper awareness, knowledge and purpose in your business and in your life. This morning I awoke to the cheerful trilling of birdsong in my autumn garden. I have a particular connection to birds, more especially to Robins,  as they represent change and movement, all vauable lessons for those of us seeking to continually transform and grow.  Listening to the numerous bird calls roused me to...

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Following your Dream vs Driving the Goal

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Following your Dream vs Driving the Goal

Its early a.m. and I am sitting at my desk in my home office in the small coastal town of Onrus, Hermanus, South Africa. The sound of the breakers over the rocks is rolling through my windows and the fresh, cool smell of the Atlantic ocean is tiptoeing through my open door. This blog piece was born of a discussion I had with my son some time back. He spoke of goals and I spoke of dreams. We were having a reflective conversation on careers, life path and what...

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Intuition & the Fork in the Road

Posted by on Jan 12, 2015 in Uncategorised | 0 comments

Intuition & the Fork in the Road

The big five draws many tourists to South African game parks. Wildlife accommodation across the country capitalises and attempts to deliver on this, so having skilled and experienced game guides is a big plus for the numerous lodges sprawled across our country. I have visited a number of wildlife venues in Zimbabwe, Namibia and South Africa over the past 20 years. The bushveld holds a deep allure for me. Meeting Patrick, our very gifted game guide for our stay in Tembe Elephant Park, Kwa Zulu Natal, was the high...

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