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August 25, 2022

My Expert Interview About Risk, With Angie Morgan

Love it or hate it, risk is unavoidable, but Rachel Salaman hears how we can harness its power responsibly and successfully

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January 21, 2020

Managing Your Expectations – #MTtalk Roundup

Have your relationships ever suffered because of the expectations that you had of other people? Or maybe you made a premature move because of your career expectations and sabotaged your progress

October 2, 2019

Self-Improvement in 106,078 Steps – Hard-Won Lessons From My 100K Race

I'd set myself the daunting self-improvement challenge of running 100 km in a day. Here are the lessons-for-life I learned – the hard way!

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September 18, 2019

Turning Fear Into Fuel: Countdown to a Challenge

I'm full of fear, and I only have myself to blame. Six months ago, I signed a form to say that I would run 100 km in a day. There's clearly only one sensible response to that: why? Well, I wanted to raise money for a children's charity that's close to my heart. But I […]

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March 8, 2019

How Women Rise at Work and What's Holding You Back

Before you click away – because you're not a woman, or because you are and you don't like to be stereotyped – give me a chance to convince you that it's worth your while reading on. Actually, I'll let Sally Helgesen do it, because these ideas come from her book, "How Women Rise: Break the […]

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November 13, 2018

What Will You Start Today? – #MTtalk Roundup

"Time doesn’t change things. It’s how we use our time that makes the difference." – Richie Norton, American author About This Week's Chat A few years ago, my husband and I visited Victoria Falls, one of the seven natural wonders of the world. We were there at the end of an excellent rainy season, and […]

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March 20, 2018

Busting Self-Sabotaging Behavior – #MTtalk Roundup

The Good Wolf or the Bad Wolf? There's an age-old Native American story about the battle between the bad wolf and the good wolf inside each of us. A grandfather tells his grandson that the bad wolf feels sorry for itself. It is also angry, proud, greedy, dishonest, and feels guilty and inferior. The good […]

September 19, 2017

Self-Worth and Thought Awareness – #MTtalk Roundup

About This Week's Chat “Sometimes the hardest part of the journey is believing you're worthy of the trip.”  ― Glenn Beck, American radio and television personality. Nowadays, many of us see police or military patrols in our cities, as we visit tourist attractions or use facilities like airports and train stations. For some people, they're an […]

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