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Book Blog: The Writing Stops

Aug 15 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

I finally finished writing my book. The stories just stopped coming and I knew that the book was complete. 

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Why a leader should be interested in Three Principles

Aug 01 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood, Ashley Wood


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What is a 'Natural Leader"?

Jul 26 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood, Ashley Wood

Maria & Ashley discuss what it means to be a Natural Leader and how people can access this innate leadership capability more of the time. 

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What if.. your worst fears are just stories?

Jul 25 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

We all have worries. Things that keep us up at night. Things that give us some form of panic attack. Things that we’re afraid of.

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A chance meeting?

Jul 15 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

The story of how we met me&dee and decided to strike up a partnership with this wonderful charity comes under the category of the 'mystery of life.'

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Book Blog: Why I need a holiday from writing my book

Jul 11 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

I haven’t worked on my book much over the last three weeks. Every so often I’ve clicked into the Scrivener app and messed about with one or two of the chapters, but...

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Last Chance Saloon

Jun 28 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

The core of this story is true. It is based on a number of real experiences of effecting change within leadership teams.  

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What if judgement and criticism of yourself is not helpful?

Jun 20 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

One of the first insights I had when I came across the Three Principles was the realization that I didn’t have to believe everything I think.

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Tony doesn't cut the mustard

Jun 13 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

This story is based on true events experienced by various leaders that we have worked with.

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What if you stop using the power of thought against yourself?

May 22 2019 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

I was the world’s best at using thought against myself, not realising that was what I was doing.  My thinking was so habitual and ingrained that I didn’t notice it.

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