A sense of anticipation?

It’s the emergency budget tomorrow and there’s a sense of nervous anticipation in the country. People don’t like uncertainty at the best of times, especially if it is going to be good news! Could boost the sales of piggy banks, after all every upside has a downside!

Life can be such a paradox – get clear about what you want, anticipate it, feel it etc but don’t have expectations and be attached to the outcome. Reconcile that! Easier said than done.

It IS important to have a clear focus and know where you are heading, after all the whole coaching profession is set up on this basis, but expectations can be a killer! In relationships, with new business pitches etc

What’s the happy medium do you think?


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Talent liberator - career change, executive coaching and employee engagement. PS Love writing too and write many articles. Background in marketing and brand strategy and communication and unusual analytical and lateral brain - great for new career directions and ideas!
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4 Responses to A sense of anticipation?

  1. Hi Rachel

    Good to see you’ve started a blog – Great idea and keep up the good work!

    To answer your question, I guess the answer is “don’t be afraid to fail”. Every successful person fails at some point but they just get on with it and move on to the next thing.

    Kind regards


    • Thanks alot Michael. I am still getting my head around the technicalities of blogging, but I love writing, sharing insights and tips and you’re right, you can’t please everyone all of the time. I am an ‘early adopter’ in many things, but a late embracer of social media. I need to fall in love with it as it is the future. My marketing heritage is many years ago, and things have changed greatly.

      How’s life and work? What’s news with you?


  2. Debbi Baron says:

    Hi Rachel, nice blog! A good addition to you great email newsletter. Thanks for all your help for Domaines & Terroirs. debbi

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