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Do you love a list?

Do you love a list?

Do you love a list?

I love a list.

And my nearest-and-dearest know this about me because for Christmas, I was given a new list book. It is such a thing of beauty, inspiring me to list-writing greatness and new dizzying heights of ticking-things-off joy. Here it is in all it’s glory – four different colours of pull-off wee marker tabs, and three different sizes of list – one complete with boxes to tick. My happiness knows no limit, my joy is complete.

Ok, that might be overstating it a bit, but I suspect it is not just me that loves a list. You perhaps?

Here’s a separate, but related question:

Do you love a good old read of a self help book?

Maybe like me you enjoy standing for hours in a good bookshop poring over the pages of the latest manual or volume that is no doubt going to change your world view/eating habits/body shape/priorities/relationships. All good, all important. But maybe also like me, you tend to put the book back on the shelf and walk away because buying it means that you then perhaps have to read it …. and then, deary me…you might have to Do Something About It.

Sometimes that seems too hard, too much work, simply setting yourself up to fail. Not a cheery thought at the start of the year, despite the plethora of new self help books available.

Which leads me on to my third question:

At the beginning of a new year, would you like to gain more understanding of yourself, and confidence in who you are and what you are doing?

Imagine getting to the end of this year and having much clearer priorities, more direction in life, doing more of the things that are really important to you? Having been encouraged, stretched and challenged out of your comfort zone/procrastination/overwhelm into making positive changes to the way you live?

Now, that is a thought. So – if you ticked yes to all three questions (I did say I like a list) I have a tool for you.

All the fun and satisfaction of a list with the benefits of a self help book, and the individual encouragement and support of someone alongside you cheering you on as you join up the dots of your own life. Yippee!

It’s called The 10 Things Challenge. Pat Marsh, an Author and Retreat Leader, recently completed the challenge, and this is what she said about it –

This exercise has helped me in ways above and beyond anything I could have imagined. In the analysis section of the challenge it was so helpful to see all the aspects of ‘me’ written out in front of me and quite amazing to suddenly be able to see underlying threads and patterns that I had not previously made a connection with.  It was tremendously insightful and a real catalyst for change. Your final coaching conversation was absolutely great, giving me much encouragement and many pointers for a way forward.  It has been a privilege and a joy to work with you.  The whole process has been enormously helpful and I no longer feel the sense of overwhelm which led me to you in the first place.”
How would you like a piece of that?
Think about your life now – your life this time last year, and the year before…. Stuck? Scunnered? Needing clarity and focus?
The 10 Things Challenge combines 30 lists about YOU (worry not – one a day!) with questions that make sense of it all, and a coaching session with me to draw out themes, ideas and pointers for moving forward. Don’t want to give too much away, but the lists vary from ‘favourite places to visit’, ‘ways you could care for yourself more’ to bigger questions like ‘what you want to be known for’ and a whole host in between.
Intrigued? Want to start off the year with a new way of making a list? Find out more and sign up here.

Inspired? Encouraged? Get in touch!

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