Hi there! Gem here. I have a story to share with you that – truth be told – makes me feel a little vulnerable and wobbly. Last year I went through a bit of a tough time in my career. I learned a lot, especially when it comes to consistently ensuring you’re creating a career that feels meaningful and fulfilling. Today, you get to learn from my mistakes! In this episode of InklingTV, I’m sharing my three somewhat unexpected tips to build a career you’re passionate about … and how to keep doing this as the years go on. Watch…
Hi folks, In this fast-paced digital world we live in, do you ever feel: Like you’re surrounded by people but lacking connection? That you don’t belong anywhere? Like you have plenty of friends but there’s no one you could call to ask for help? Lonely? It might feel uncomfortable to admit it, but the truth is that you are not alone. A recent study from Swinburne University found that one in four Australians are lonely. After this research was released, we asked you on our Instagram if you had felt lonely in the past week, and 57% of you said…
Hello, First of all, I want to thank everyone who reached out to us after the launch of Inkling two weeks ago; we’re so happy to hear that our new brand and direction resonates with our tribe! As Inkling evolves we’ll be integrating more neuroscience into our work, so I’m very excited to introduce to you Inkling’s Chief Neuroscientist, Dr. Stan Rodski. In today’s video, Dr. Stan and I discuss how you can use neuroscience to skyrocket your potential in your life and career. Dr. Stan is also going to share two tips that you can begin applying straight away to start feeling more energised,…
I am incredibly excited to share with you, our beloved tribe, the evolution of Inkling.
Here is a snapshot of what you can expect to see from us in the future:
Have you ever been really excited about something, maybe it was a career change, promotion, or a big move? But when you shared the news with someone, not only were they not happy for you, they had something really negative to say about it?
If you’re feeling uninspired, like you don’t know how to take control of your career, unsure where your strengths lie, or that you lack the confidence to take the next step in your career; this video is for you.
Over the last few years, a strange thing has started happening to me. I keep meeting people who make me want to grab them by both arms and yell delightedly in their slightly bemused faces “Oh, it’s YOU! I’VE FOUND YOU!”. In short, I have started to find my tribe. Or they have started to find me.
Do you find yourself focussing a lot of time and energy on everything that’s missing from your life? With thoughts running through your head like “Why don’t I have a better job?”, “Why didn’t I get that promotion?”, “Why don’t I have more money?” or “Why don’t I have a loving relationship?”, and the list goes on and on.
Today Gem has a juicy video to share with you on the theme of playing bigger in the world. It’s no coincidence we are talking about playing bigger because today we are announcing Inkling Women’s launch into the United Kingdom with our first Speakeasy program in London. We are beyond excited!
This might be something that you reflect on often, or perhaps the concept of legacy is one that is new to you. Getting clear on your legacy is important because it brings meaning and direction to your work, and helps you, as a leader, to set the tone for the culture within your organisation.
Today I have a question for you…are you passionate about your work?
I hope you are! But if you’re feeling defeated, bored, unfulfilled, or just over your work situation; you are FAR from alone.
Something that often comes up in our workshops and coaching sessions is that people are constantly waiting for someone to rescue them. They’re waiting for someone to notice how hard they’re working and to give them the opportunity they’ve (secretly) been yearning for.
In business today, your people are what gives you an edge over the competition, so it is more important than ever to make sure you are attracting the right people.
Returning to work after a few lazy days can be a bit of a shock to the system. Suddenly you’re back in the fray; there are deadlines looming, your to-do list is out of control, and how did you inbox manage to fill up over a long weekend?!
Do you find yourself needing the approval of others? Gem will share 3 tips to help you to reduce the worry and create the freedom you deserve.
How to avoid the common pitfalls of a mentoring relationship, Gemma’s top tips to choose the right mentor, and how maximise the relationship to make it incredibly worthwhile for you and your mentor.
In this episode of InklingTV I’ll share the Kerry Effect, a practical technique you can implement yourself, and introduce to your team, to help delegate like a pro!
Have you ever felt ‘icky’ when having to give someone feedback? Avoided it all together? Or have you tried but completely stuffed it up? Are you too soft? Too brash?
In the latest episode of Inkling TV I share some research on the two behaviour patterns that emerge when we are stressed. Tune in to identify which pattern you adopt and how to get yourself out of a negative stress reaction.
Are you suffering from Rushing Woman’s Syndrome? Do some of the following ring true for you: > Feeling tired all the time > Craving sweets in the afternoon > Feeling like you can never get through your to do list > Needing caffeine to wake up and alcohol to wind down In this episode of Inkling TV you’ll learn how to identify some of the underlying causes of Rushing Women’s Syndrome and a few tips to help overcome it. Twinkling of the week: “You do not need to do more, be more or have more. You are fine just as…
It’s completely natural to feel frustration and anger towards others, but it is never a positive thing to bring your anger to a situation. In this episode of InklingTV, Soph shares her strategies for handling anger and maintaining your integrity.
As someone who runs a business aimed at increasing the representation of women at leadership level, I am very familiar with the most common reactions that people have to the topic of gender diversity. In this episode, I discuss the six reactions, and share my responses to them.