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This is where we get up close and personal with the topics you've asked for. It's a safe place of learning, growing and up levelling your business and your life to a place beyond which you ever dreamed possible. Prepare to do the work, we will push you, cheer you on and hold you accountable to your truest desires. 

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Getting Your Energy Spring Cleaned ambila nath the retreat zen den Mar 01, 2021

By Ambila Nath 

Spring is almost here, you can feel it in the air. Automatically every cell in your body is getting ready to come out of winter hibernation in readiness for the sunshine and warmer weather.

Winter is a wonderful time of curling up, warm winter fires, or just cosying by the TV...

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What Matters Most To You? build your brilliant business dino tartaglia the workroom Feb 26, 2021

By Dino Tartaglia

Last month, we started working through our super-simple 3-Step process to help you Build a Joyful, Dependable Business around Being Brilliant at What You Do, so that you can get closer to What Matters Most. If you haven’t read the article, go back and do that now, as...

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7 Reasons Why Podcasts Are Becoming Increasingly Popular claire winter cracking content the workroom Feb 25, 2021

By Claire Winter

Podcasts are currently dominating the media landscape. Their listeners are loyal and growing, with the potential of even replacing other media forms. There are currently over 1,500,000 podcasts globally, and the number is growing every day. 

2020 seems to be the year of the...

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The Gift Of Gratitude ilana jankowitz money matters the workroom Feb 24, 2021

By Ilana Jankowitz

When was the last time you allowed yourself the gift of feeling truly grateful? Some of the world’s most impactful and influential people agree that having an ‘attitude of gratitude’ and a daily gratitude practice, is like rocket fuel to their success! In this...

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Finding Your Ikigai - Accelerate Your Niche teresa peters the business accelerator the workroom Feb 23, 2021

By Teresa Peters

It’s Valentine’s week, and what better topic is there than how to find your true love! And I’m not talking about humans! Have you ever explored your Ikigai? Your reason for being! What your niche in business could be?

Ikigai is the intersection of what you...

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Ask Janine - I've been hiding my sexuality, how do I keep a balance between my girlfriend and my parents? ask janine janine wirth the retreat Feb 22, 2021

By Janine Wirth 

Dear Janine,

I need your help please. I just turned 33 and started my first relationship with a woman about 4 months ago. My girlfriend wants to meet my parents. The only problem is that they have no idea that I'm bisexual. How can I tell my parents and make my girlfriend...

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Get Dressed with Less Stress! nichola english the dressing room the retreat Feb 18, 2021

By Nichola English

The fashion industry, with its ever-changing trends, can be quite frustrating. Just as you’ve got your wardrobe ready to rock and roll, everything changes. Then we add on top of that the endless challenge of coming up with outfits to wear each morning. For many, it can...

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Fast Fashion & First Impressions eliza joanska guest blogs the retreat Feb 16, 2021

By Eliza Joanska

The world as we know it is in the midst of a huge transformation, and the fashion world is changing along with it.

One of the positive aspects of the Coronavirus (yes there are some!) is the opportunity we’ve been presented with to reflect on what’s really important...

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The Relationship You Have With Yourself ambila nath the retreat zen den Feb 16, 2021

By Ambila Nath

February is the month of romance and Valentine’s Day, and the time when people are desperate to find someone or be with someone because no one wants to spend Valentine’s Day alone.

Why is that? Why do people seek to be with others to take away that feeling of loneliness...

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Choosing Happiness melissa jones the retreat the virtual wellness studio Feb 16, 2021

By Melissa Jones 

Happiness is not external - happiness will never be found outside of yourself. This is hard to grasp as I sometimes still find myself saying ‘life will be better when...’, but I must remind myself life is good now. I can CHOOSE to be happy now right in this...

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The Mysterious Origins Of The Celebration Of Love hayley mcdonnell life lessons the retreat Feb 15, 2021

By Hayley McDonnell

I spent some time in the rural villages of France at the beginning of last year when the world was a different place. I was particularly struck by how uncommercialised the area was. There was scant reference to Valentine’s Day, whilst here in England, whether you love it...

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Do work, not too much, mostly profitable. business advice entrepreneur founder posts she-mail the retreat the workroom tricia scott Feb 10, 2021

By Tricia Scott

As an eternal entrepreneur who is also addicted to food documentaries, I came across a quote by Michael Pollan which read; Eat food, not too much, mostly plants, and it stuck in my head.

In amongst the constant noise of the media and diet industry, this refreshingly simple message...

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The Top 5 Strategies I used To Reinvent Myself After 40 guest blogs marie fraser the retreat Feb 05, 2021

By Marie Fraser. 

In my 20’s and 30’s I was a quiet, self-assured, confident, corporate badass. I was liked and, more importantly to me, respected in the majority of my relationships. Let’s face it, everyone can’t like us! Then, fast forward 27 years of living with...

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A Little Word On Dressing For Valentines Day nichola english the dressing room the retreat Feb 01, 2021

By Nichola English

Let’s start with a super brief history of how Valentine’s Day began.

There’s lots of history regarding the 14th of February with regards to religion. The actual day was named after Saint Valentine, a catholic priest who lived in Rome during the 3rd Century. It...

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How To Deal With Writers Block claire winter cracking content the workroom Jan 22, 2021

By Claire Winter

Do you often find yourself staring at a blank page? Trying to conjure up words you can’t seem to string together? Wondering whether you’re slowly losing your mind? Writer’s block is the bane of any writer’s existence; how are you meant to do what you...

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The Recovering Perfectionists' Toolkit guest blogs jenn baron recovering perfectionist the retreat Jan 20, 2021

By Jenn Baron 

Perfectionism starts young. We want to get all A’s, have the popular friends, behave in a way that doesn’t draw negative attention, get first chair in band or orchestra and be skinny, or at least not fat. 

Why? Well, we all have different specific reasons for...

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