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At the end of a year, on completion of a project or when something memorable happens, it is instructive to look back at what has happened and maybe examine ourselves. Who are we, and as a result of the answers, maybe who do we want to be. Download the worksheet below with a number of pertinent questions to help you reflect on what has been, with a view to moving well into the future.


For years we have been bombarded by the concept of work-life balance but many of us have managed to (almost) successfully ignore it. This questionnaire makes you consider how balanced you actually are; a useful starter to then rectify any issues. Download the Balance Quiz


Carol Dweck has written about the fixed and growth mindsets. There is a one page summary diagram of the two ideas as well as a questionnaire to help you discover which you possess. Go to the Mindset page

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