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I have been examining the amount of work I put into marketing. Specifically the amount of time, because (honestly) it doesn’t really feel like work to me, not the vast majority of it anyway. I write a weekly newsletter and I make time to share it on social media. I co-create a weekly podcast and that I prepare for in advance, then we record it together, then I go off and write up the show notes in three different formats, on the podcast website, on my own website and now in a Facebook Note. And as each show goes live […]

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Be Brave, Go First, Do It Now

Way back, in the summer of 2012, Jean let me in on a little secret. 750words.com. A useful resource which I have loved and shared with everyone I know. Here’s what it’s all about. You write. 750 words a day. Online. Buster, whose gorgeous website it is, suggests we might like to think of it as a sort of online Morning Pages a la The Artist’s Way and I get where he’s coming from. I’ve done Morning Pages a lot in my life and love them, conceptually and in reality, when I get around to doing them. But finding the time isn’t always […]

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My 500th Blog Post: Word Wordy Word Words

Actually my 500th blog post was yesterday, but who’s counting! Everything is perfect just exactly as it is. At this blogging milestone I wonder about why I write and I think it distils down to this: I love words. It really is that simple and it really is a love. OK, as an accountant turned coach I always loved (and still love) numbers but my first love, way before the delicious logic of maths, was words. As a child and later a teenager up in my bedroom in the school holidays, decades before electronic geekery was the first route to […]

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So Here I Am. Writing. Again.

Lately I’ve been receiving intuitive nudges to write more, specifically to set a goal to write here on my blog every day. It’s a tall order, I won’t lie. The spirit is willing, very, very willing, but the flesh is mostly weak. And since today is the first of the month it would seem like an auspicious day to start such a personal challenge. Or re-start it, should I say. It’s a good day because the first of the month always feels like a clean slate, an opportunity to re-commit to your goals. It’s also a bad day because on […]

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“Highly perceptive, incisive, thinks business brilliantly…”

My Entrepreneur Of The Day for Wednesday 26th June 2013 was Jenny Kowalczuk, a beautiful person, with a beautiful website and a beautiful way with words: “I thoroughly enjoyed talking to Judith Morgan today. She’s highly perceptive, incisive, thinks business brilliantly and is warm and empathetic. Not only that but my call with Judith was relaxed, even though she gently structured the call. I didn’t feel hurried or as though Judith was trying to prove herself to me or sell me anything. We also enjoyed a few good chuckles. What a joy! Thanks Judith!” If you need some professional writing in […]

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Isn’t It Ironic?

Remember that song by Alanis Morissette?  The old joke is that none of her examples were irony at all, just coincidence. And perhaps it’s just coincidence too that since joining a writing class I’ve stopped doing my own very favourite sort of writing, blogging here every day. In my defence, there are two great reasons for this. A pre-requisite for the course was that we found an extra hour or two in the writer’s chair every day, seven days a week. How else are you going to call yourself a writer? How else are you going to get the practice […]

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One Busy Entrepreneurial Week: Inspiring, Uplifting, Empowering

A friend emailed me yesterday to say I’d been quiet in my various online groups, what was I up to? I wrote back a longish email explaining. I thought I’d share it as there’s some learning in here, mainly for me. I begin and end every day with journalling. I start in the morning by writing my daily 750 words on 750words.com. Then I follow this up with my Abundance journal which I have been writing for most, if not all, of 2012. I end the day with writing up my Pray Rain journal. At some point during the day […]

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Chuffed: I Must Be Doing Something Right

As a Creator, I think of myself as someone who doesn’t much care for feedback. I don’t really ask other people what they think of my ideas, I just crack on. But I don’t mind telling you its been lonely and testing at times over the last 18 months while I withdrew from work and took a long, long breather. Then came the time when it was obvious I would re-emerge without really knowing how I wanted to be with my clients again. Except 100% authentically, which is always a brave and somewhat risky position to adopt and which also […]

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The Soul2Soul Listening Project: Report Week 3

Soul Chat #17 R is a woman who releases in a rush of tears. When I send her the recording afterwards and she listens to her own wisdom, she gives herself permission to do less and switch off more, noticing that she has been receiving universal nudges to do precisely this. Soul Chat #18 S is another tearful one, who definitely did not want to surrender to the emotion but couldn’t help herself. She was so grateful that she’d been honest and authentic, giving herself permission to “should” less, grieve fully for a parent-in-law and forgive herself. She wrote later […]

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Synchroncity: It’s A Sign

My experience when coaching people is that magic happens once we nail our colours to the mast and say out loud to ourselves and to The Universe what we want.   Lots of lovely little synchronicities – and sometimes quite big ones too – start to come together and even the tiniest little thing can be A Sign. I received one such sign myself yesterday. We went to see The Help. Don’t miss it. I cried like a leaky bucket all the way through. Delicious. Actually I started crying in the trailer for Spielberg’s version of War Horse even before we got going […]

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