On the Pod with Amy

What is the arrival fallacy

What is the arrival fallacy

I was reading an article in Red Magazine some time ago now which mentioned ‘the arrival fallacy’ and with everything going on in the world, the season of ‘new year new me’ fast approaching I think it’s a great time to revisit my thoughts on it.  The article by...

Imposter syndrome, what if that’s NOT it

Imposter syndrome, what if that’s NOT it

I sat on my bed today incandescent at the sameness of all the posts on social media that were talking about mindset and the dreaded imposter syndrome. I've labelled myself as having imposter syndrome for years. Telling myself as a child that I wasn't as sporty, smart...

Episode 1: The August Update

Episode 1: The August Update

The first episode of the podcast 'On the pod with Amy'. It's the one where I share all about: What I do every morning (it's probably not what you think...) What I'm struggling with What has changed about my beliefs and values during lock down Life outside of the...

Flexible working – the future of business

Flexible working – the future of business

I believe in flexible working. There are a few exceptions to the rule but many jobs can be done from the comfort of our homes. Before starting my own business I worked for Taylor Wimpey as Customer Relations Manager in the Eastern Region. Importantly, they understood...

How to create momentum in your business (and get results)

How to create momentum in your business (and get results)

I've been sharing all about how to create momentum in your business over on my Instagram this week. There are many ways to consider momentum. It could be a 'winning streak' or forward motion. It could be about creation and the new, for me it's about seeing sustained...

Working from home challenges (and how to overcome them)

Working from home challenges (and how to overcome them)

I've been working from home for a while and it is truly my favourite way to work. But, I would be lying if I didn't say that there are working from home challenges to consider. I love many things about my day now, there is no commute (1 hour to drive 6 miles is not my...

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