Debi Haden

Purpose

Finding your purpose through contribution

Finding your purpose in life can feel as though it has filled a blank space in your story and can come in many different ways, through work, our personal lives and through the contrubution we make to society. I received the British Red Cross Durrant Award last week alongside my[…]

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Planning your energy

Over my last few blogs, we have explored how you are currently using your energy, and how you want to use it. We have looked at letting go of things that were holding you back and started to get you thinking about how you may want to re direct your[…]

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New Year new you

How To Keep Every Resolution Without Fail

We have all done it. We make New Year resolutions in January, maybe struggle to keep them for a few days or even a few weeks, make ourselves miserable and then lapse back into our old habits. How many Gym memberships get taken out in January for you never to[…]

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Purpose

Finding your Purpose

Finding your purpose is a very important lesson: I recently visited the beautiful Blickling Hall in Norfolk to see an exhibition of the life of one of the previous owners of the estate, the exhibition was called ‘Why are you here’ and it felt a very poignant question to ask?[…]

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It’s all about the perspective!

In September I celebrated my birthday, which I normally enjoy with relish, however this one didn’t feel quite so positive, I spent time reflecting on waking that morning on how I didn’t think I had achieved my goals for the last year, something I set myself each year on my[…]

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Your Autumn Tune Up

If you own a car, bike or boat you will be well aware of the need for regular servicing, maintenance and a routine tune up, an Autumn tune up, if you will! Engineers have an adage. ‘If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it’. This may hold good for a while[…]

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Manchester victims and their flowers

A powerful moment in time…

A powerful moment in time like those that happened in Manchester are extremely painful. 22 innocent lives, many young ones that will never experience many of the joys we take for granted as adults, have been taken, 120 people injured and thousands will carry emotional scars. Another powerful moment I find is working[…]

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unexpected life

Do the unexpected!

Although my weight has always been an issue for me, I’ve at times pushed beyond it and done the unexpected things that have put me out of my comfort zone. We can let our view of ourselves stop us experiencing great things, instead putting our life on hold ‘until’ we[…]

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