Tag Archives: values

I reject the need to please

I reject the need.. to be liked, loved, respected, trusted, admired

My client wrote this beautiful piece after an epiphany and has kindly agreed I can share it with you.

I reject.

I reject the pressure to succeed in any conventional way,
I reject the arrogance that says I must stand out from the crowd,
I reject the doctrine that I must wear make up, dress well, stay young, slim and beautiful.
I reject the assertion that I should be happy.
I reject Facebook.
I reject my own pressures to be a good worker, student, friend, lover, daughter, hostess, person. Continue reading

My escape from corporate life

I’ve now written the story of my escape from corporate life and posted it as a page here – link https://rosalynclare-coaching.co.uk/about-me/story-of-an-escape

I can honestly say I’ve never regretted that initial ‘rash’ decision to hand in my notice. Despite things not always been easy or going the way I wanted since that date.

I have a similar decision at the moment; whether or not to reduce hours or leave my part-time job completely in order to concentrate more fully on coaching. This feels equally scary, despite there being less to lose and more to gain! Continue reading

Job satisfaction interview

I am looking to interview 50 women who want to find work that better meets their values and passions. They may be working in the corporate sector and want to escape.

I have been gathering information from my survey on job satisfaction and now I want more detail.

Do you know someone who fits the description?

Maybe YOU are one of these women? Continue reading