In this article, Kate Griffiths explores why so many socially conscious businesses are not making good money and what needs to change to transform the world we live in. Much has been written about money and I know my own
Perfection: a winning business formula or not?
Being perfect is not only detrimental to your health it is impossible to achieve. In this article Kate Griffiths explores why it is such a trigger for so many leaders and business owners. She then goes on to offer an
There’s more to visibility than self-promotion
In this article Kate Griffiths continues with the theme of visibility that she started in last week’s post and shares ideas on how to get noticed in a good way. Business owners, particularly those starting out are keen to get
Why is increased visibility challenging?
In this post Kate Griffiths explores some of the reasons why women business owners shy away from increased visibility and the big time. It is a reflective piece that chimes with the season in that winter is about giving yourself
What is the secret ingredient in business success?
In this article Kate Griffiths talks about what it takes to be at the top of your game in business and why it is so easy to get out of kilter. You know that grey feeling that you get when
Anger: a short-term release, unsustainable long-term
In this article, Kate Griffiths debunks some of the myths around rage and share some tips on how to manage your anger. In essence it is all about emotional mastery and who wouldn’t want that. Over the last couple of
What are you really saying?
Don’t waste a good crisis. You can apply that to situations that backfire on you in that they are great opportunities to learn. This week I want to share how conscious communication is only possible when you get out of
Death and rebirth: vital phases for any growing business
In this article Kate Griffiths shares a story about transition and offers strategies on how to manage it. She writes from the perspective of a small business owner, where you are your business. Daunting though change can be, remember order
Four metres up: an unexpected lesson in leadership
In this article Kate Griffiths shares how leadership comes in many forms and sometimes from unexpected sources. This is a true story of what happened on her holiday this summer and what she learnt when she pushed herself beyond her limits.
Wellbeing at work: the key to business success
In this article Kate Griffiths explains why wellbeing is not just a nice to have but an essential in any organisation that wants to succeed and sustain their success. She explores new scientific evidence that shows how stress can kill