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What do you want to achieve in 2024?

What do you want to achieve in 2024?.

What is the change that you want to see? What is stopping you?

Identifying what is holding you back is vital. Taking action, that achieves change is the keystone.

Sometimes it is not what you think.
Over a coffee recently, a client told me about how she was thinking of closing her business. She had nearly 50 stores that were stocking and selling her product. This made no sense to me. Why would you walk away from a business that had customers? The reason was cash flow. Her business was not generating the consistent income that she would need to complete the renovation on her beloved home.
Our home is our castle… right.

I know this story well. We had a beautiful home, with spectacular views over Auckland. We renovated and put a third floor in. The views just got better.

Our home also came with spectacular bills. By the grace of God, we sold it. I cried a river of tears. This was our forever home. And we were walking away from it.

That was 5 years ago. Our Auckland home came with a need of constant maintenance from a small army of skilled professionals. And it came down to cash flow. We did not have the cash to paint the walls, or put the fancy wooden flooring down that would have completed the renovation.

That home was holding us back from where we wanted to be.
What is holding you back from what you want to achieve in 2024?
Is it your fear of public speaking?
Fear of failing?
Fear of the unknown?
Or is it from lack of motivation?
Or do you believe you do not have the time to invest in your goals


I am a coach, mother and wife, living in the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. I grew up in South London, in an immigrant family in the suburbs. But I had good fortune with my parents: Dad was born in Calcutta, India, and my Mum came from communist Poland. In the 1970s I got to leave Croydon, and travel with my family through India, and behind the Iron Curtain. I saw parts of the world that my classmates could not comprehend. It sparked my wanderlust and gave me a great respect for how big and diverse our world is. And I gained an ability to move between different cultures, assimilating into them.

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