Who’s in your love to work clan? As a writer, I’m always hearing the importance of finding an impartial editor that doesn’t know me or my work. There’s a belief that you should gain feedback from someone who can pass an unbiased perspective on your writing. The reason for this is that people who know […]

Who’s in Your ‘Love to Work’ Clan?

How do you strike a balance between work and home life? Over the holidays, I surprised myself by realizing how engrossed I’ve been in my work, and how little attention I was paying to my need for balance between my work and home life – some down-time. By down-time, I don’t mean the time I […]

How do you Balance Work and Home Life?

Can Only High Achievers Love to Work? Yes. But not in the way that you might think. Your achievement is personal to you Loving your work doesn’t mean plowing everything into your job at the expense of anything else in your life. People who love to work have found the balance that works for them […]

Can Only High Achievers Love to Work?

The Spectacular Power of Connecting and Reconnecting Over the last six months, I’ve been working with a fabulous coach called Wendy Kendall. Wendy designed a program called¬†‘The Psychology Practice Accelerator (TPPA).’¬†The program aims to support psychologists to build successful, fulfilling, and meaningful psychology practices from all streams of psychology. The format of the course is […]

The Spectacular Power of Connecting and Reconnecting

Take yourself on a journey of self-discovery When I hear people talk about disliking their job, they often follow it up by explaining they’ve searched job boards for ideas of other career paths. Or, they’ve spoken to people around them about what they should do, and they’ve come up against roadblock after roadblock. They find […]

Take Yourself on a Journey of Self-Discovery

Is Adaptability The Key to Engagement at Work? Interviews have been scarce this week due to my son being sick and me having to reschedule. It doesn’t mean I haven’t been thinking or reading about engagement, and what makes us love to work when I’ve found a spare moment. Disengagement at Work This week a […]

Is Adaptability The Key to Engagement at Work?

Why Work Should Feel Like Raising Children Child-rearing has to be the most challenging yet fulfilling job I’ve ever had. I’m learning patience I didn’t know I had daily. Since my son seems to pick up every virus under the sun, I’m on a rollercoaster of worry about his health. And I get lost in […]

Why Work Should Feel Like Raising Children

Using feedback to find work you love I had an exciting discussion about feedback with yesterday’s interviewee. When I’ve thought about feedback in the past, I’ve believed I should collate that feedback into something that I should apply to every interaction I have. I have believed that any feedback is directly aimed at how I […]

Can Feedback Help You To Find Work You Love?

The #LoveToWork Podcast is Coming! The research into why people love to work has surfaced fascinating stories and actionable takeaways that I believe we can all learn from and enjoy. There are hiccups, mishaps, determined minds, and moments of pure joy in every journey. Finding work you love takes commitment and drive, and these people […]

The First #LoveToWork Podcast Was Recorded Today!

What’s a perfect job? It sounds like the ideal scenario. You get up every day excited by the prospect of going to work. No more ‘blue Mondays,’ no more dreading work on a Sunday evening wishing you’d spent the weekend searching for a new job instead of out partying trying to forget about your current […]

What the Perfect Job Really Looks Like