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2017 – my year of being prepared

In 2016 my ‘one little word’ was intention. Each year my chosen word provides a focus for me, and the things I want to achieve. ‘Intention’ didn’t turn out to be just the right word somehow; it was ok, but … Continue reading

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Reviewing 2015 and setting goals

At the start of the year I set myself a range of work-related goals. This was my first year as Manager Libraries and Cultural Services so the calendar coincided nicely with settling into my new role. One goal eluded me … Continue reading

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A word to guide me in 2015

Each year I choose a word that centres me, a word I come back to time and again when I need reminding of my focus and of what’s important to me. This year my word was kindness and, in some … Continue reading

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Goal setting – working big

I have just been chatting privately on Twitter with a friend who has taken on a management role. We were talking about our Myers Briggs personality type. We’re both INTJ – she is barely introverted and I am so introverted … Continue reading

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Making a list worked

Yesterday I said I needed to get myself sorted, so I wrote a ‘to do’ list which I taped to the cupboard door on my computer desk. I work Tuesday to Saturday so today was my Sunday. And guess what? … Continue reading

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Enough already!

For a while now, months in fact, I have been mucking around and squandering my time. Enough already! I have things I need to get done: register for the LIANZA conference in Hamilton complete my lightning presentation slides for conference … Continue reading

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