Being active in a healthy paradigm

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 18/03/2015   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Inspiration

How goes your new year's promise to exercise more? Here is some straight forward and compassionate support from one of my favourite bloggers, Jodie Mechielsen (A Healthy Paradigm) written just for Albany Lane. Read more...

Confidence, courage or commitment

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 10/03/2015   |   Categories: Compassion, Inspiration, Leadership

What is really geting in the way of success and satisfaction: confidence, courage or commitment? Or is there something else missing that we need to develop? Read more...

Hidden Treasures

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 24/02/2015   |   Categories: Compassion, Inspiration, Mindfulness

If I could give a wish to every woman for upcoming International Women’s Day it would be that we spend part the day just quietly with ourselves, listening to what we really want to tell ourselves, as our best friend and ally. We do not need to DO anything about what we hear, we just need to listen. Read more...

Chairs, bears and the rule of three

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 17/02/2015   |   Categories: Decision Making, Inspiration

By making choices and acting on them, you are asserting your ability to create what you want with what you have in front of you. You move from being a victim of your circumstances to an agent of change. Read more...

How not to get stuck in a perfect plan

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 10/02/2015   |   Categories: Compassion, Inspiration, Mindfulness, New Business

We can only plan for so long. At some point we need to get into action, and if the plan is too perfect it can make us scared to take a step forward. Because once we step into that beautiful future, there is a risk that it will not work out as we planned, and the picture will fall apart. Read more...

Art of sufficiency

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 03/02/2015   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Compassion, Inspiration

Rather than wondering if we have it all and how can we get more, maybe we should consider do we have enough and how can we share what we have more.. Read more...

Saying goodbye

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 27/01/2015   |   Categories: Career Development, Inspiration

Whether it be choosing a profession and studying for the qualifications, working on developing a business, or a creative pursuit – these ambitions are usually at the cost of something else you may have wanted in your life. But if you are changing career or way of working, you will come to a point where you let go of the old, and with it all it gave to you. Read more...

Give yourself permission to stop

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 20/01/2015   |   Categories: Balancing work and life, Inspiration

Over the years I have found this three week break to have something magic about it. It is long enough to really feel like you are stepping away from a problem, giving yourself time to recover or recharge. But not so long that you feel you will lose contact with your goals and ambitions. Read more...

How to enjoy the road ahead – bumps and all

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 13/01/2015   |   Categories: Inspiration, Leadership

In work, business and life we will constantly come up against obstacles and challenges. Welcoming them as “messages from the gods” rather than a punishment or judgement gives us freedom to make choices and move on. Read more...

Who do you listen to most

Author: Judith Bowtell   |   Date: 18/11/2014   |   Categories: Career Development, Inspiration

Do you ever wonder who it is you listen to most? Whose opinion shapes the way you see the world, your choices and in the end what you do? Do you feel a wait of obligation to live a certain way, especially in your career? Read more...

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