Well played Andy.

Last year you confirmed your intention to retire from professional tennis. You had many defining moments, from winning your first grand slam at the US open to being crowned Wimbledon champion. You’ve changed the public’s perception of being a grumpy Scotsman, to being a dedicated family man, and you’ve even received a knighthood from...

When a bot cannot

We are in the golden age of coaching.  We hold our heads high as executive coaches as we explain to fewer people that we aren’t tennis coaches, we can’t help with their golf swing and would be useless at perfecting their breaststroke.  Leadership teams in large organisations and solopreneurs alike understand the power of...

The Disney Rule

What do Cinderella, Snow White, Moana and Elsa have in common?  Absolutely nothing. My niece told me that Disney princesses aren’t allowed to look at each other. I thought this couldn’t possibly be true, but to my dismay it might not be the ‘fake news’ I had hoped for a fairy tale ending. If...

Are you on track?

“I went to a train station today and learned that the distance between railway tracks is always 143.5 centimetres, or 4 feet 8.5 inches. Why this absurd measurement? I asked my girlfriend to find out and this is what she discovered. When they built the first train carriages, they used the same tools as...

Choose self-compassion not self-criticism

I’m not a very kind person. Don’t worry, if we ever meet, I’ll be a little ray of sunshine to encourage, support and motivate you, but recently I’ve been asking myself why this rainbow doesn’t extend to me as I find myself under a dark cloud. I’m not talking about depression or anxiety, just...

Bio: Karen Slupinski

Karen is a caring, curious and competent communicator who sincerely wants to know more. She asks the right questions to find out more about the situation and to use her skills and personable approach to support people to be the best they can. Karen has worked in New York, London and Melbourne, with a...

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