If we avoid the Drama Triangle, could we become more?

Drama seems to be present more and more in today’s society, or at least it feels that way. From the apparent disparity in behaviour between Millennials and the Generations that gave birth to them, to the expressions of frustration and displeasure at those who organise the Obstacle Course Races ran, those who provide the products […]

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Take Time to Enjoy the Pour

So today I had this experience that really got me thinking about how we can give ourselves time to grow in these rapidly-accelerated times. I’m in a Starbucks and order one of their pots of tea, mainly for the free refill you get which will come in handy whilst I decided how to put my […]

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Our Confidence from within

One area I am seeing more and more in people in OCR, sport and in the working world is confidence, or more importantly a lack of inner confidence in themselves to take on the challenges they have in front of them or to take a leap into the unknown and achieve the aspirations they choose […]

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Frances joins the Ispire family

It gives me the greatest of pleasures to share the news that Frances Squires has joined the Ispire family to continue in our efforts to support individuals and organisations to realise their full potential. I have had the pleasure of working with Frances for over 10 years, from our time together as Sales Representatives to our […]

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Ispire Motivational Coaching | 5 levels of an OCR athlete

5 levels of an OCR athlete

Working with OCR (Obstacle Course Racing) athletes and enthusiasts you get to listen to the ups, downs, trials and tribulations individuals feel when approaching their racing and training. You get to hear the frustration of a missed obstacle, the impedance of injury and elation of achievement, sometimes in the same conversation. Performance Coaching also brings […]

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Ispire Motivational Coaching | The myth of I can't

The myth of I can’t and what you can do about it

I can’t – the words none of us like to utter, especially when the general ethos of a group is to break through the unbreakable, face our fears and stand up to any challenge so that we conquer it. But sometimes, deep down within all of us, the concept of ‘I can’t’ creeps into the […]

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