The Mojo Coach is in Oxford, Oxfordshire.
2 days ago
💥 NEWSFLASH 💥 There is no rulebook for life.
What stories are you telling yourself? How are you talking yourself out of doing stuff that’s important to you? Are you letting false perceptions and wrong assumptions create a narrative that simply isn’t true.
Life is too short and precious... go grab it!
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The Mojo Coach is at Aylesbury Town Centre.
4 days ago
**RESILIENCE** Not letting set backs, set you back! There is often confusion over what’s Endurance and Resilience.
The waves are going to keep on coming so it makes sense to learn how to ride them right?
Getting back up when we’re knocked down by learning, adapting and then moving forward is a skill that we can all learn. It’s not a trait that some ‘lucky’ people are born with.
Nurturing being resilient is a top life skill in my book. Once we realise it’s not the waves that can tip us upside down but the way we ride them it can be a game changer. Our reactions and mindset are the key! ... See MoreSee Less
The Mojo Coach shared a post — at Victors Oxford
1 week ago
Last night I had the absolute pleasure of being the guest speaker at the newly formed Oxford Mama Tribe, business women who mean business! I shared my top pitfalls to watch out for when setting goals for the year ahead. Sometimes it can be our goals themselves that trip us up!
Thank you for the invitation Shelley @ Social Signature.WHAT A NIGHT! | What did you get up to last night?
We had the BEST night at our Mama Tribe Oxford meet-up!!! 🎉
Joined this month by the FABULOUS Roo ✨, aka The Mojo Coach , who talked to us about keeping on track this year, we had a fantastic night!
And just like our first meeting, although there were some amazing business connections made, it's felt more like a girls night out than networking!! Winner!! 💥
So ladies, if you are a business owner and you enjoying chatting with like-minded women about business, and just about anything else, then this is where you need to be!!
Seriously, there's no need for any #FOMO here, we will be meeting once a month every month in the lovely Victors Oxford in Oxford, and we would love you to join us!
February date to be announced soon, so if our Tribe sounds like it could be your Tribe too then comment YES PLEASE in the comments below 👇👇👇 and I'll be sure to notify you when the February meet up is set! 🍹
Thanks again lovely ladies, until next time... ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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You’re so welcome! It was such a great night ✨
Accountability Works! How to make it happen...
For most of us, going solo isn’t sustainable. Seek support and accountability from a person that you trust; a friend, a colleague or a coach. Sharing your intentions and declaring your goal to someone, gives you some one to check in with. They will also be there to inquire about your progress and to celebrate your wins along the way. ... See MoreSee Less
There will never be a perfect time to get started. Don’t waste time waiting for everything to feel aligned. That time rarely comes.
Take a breath and... BEGIN! Getting started creates momentum. Even if it’s baby steps, you’ll have your beginning behind you and can focus on moving forward. That’s what matters. Small steps soon turn into strides.
So if there’s something you’ve been putting off because things aren’t perfect. Stop waiting and begin! You know it makes sense.
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Well that resonates big time with me!!! Wise words as ever Roo
2 weeks ago
Most of us are drawn by the promise of a fresh start that comes with a new year. Here are my tips on how to focus your energy on moving forward.
Remember to SPARK…
S - Structure. Take time to plan. It can be really tempting to jump straight in but by taking a structured approach you’ll consider the what, how and when plus the potential obstacles that could crop up.
P - Progress. Regularly take stock of what you’ve achieved. Ideally at the end of each day, focus on what’s gone well and what you’ve accomplished, however minor it may seem; baby steps soon turn into strides. This will help you enjoy the journey and not get too anxious about reaching the destination.
A - Accountability. For most of us, going solo isn’t sustainable. Seek support and accountability from a person that you trust; a friend, a colleague or a coach. Sharing your intentions and declaring your goal to someone, gives you some one to check in with. They will also be there to inquire about your progress and to celebrate your wins along the way.
R- Realistic. By keeping your goals realistic you can avoid being overwhelmed and demotivated with overly ambitious targets. Setting mini goals and daily intentions helps keep you focussed on what you can achieve rather than being daunted by a substantial long term goal.
K - Kindness. This may sound simple but remember to be kind to yourself. Our inner critic can turn up the volume pretty loud when stuff doesn’t go to plan, but this merely fuels self-sabotage behaviour. ... See MoreSee Less