Your Time To Grow
By Charlotte Ashley-Roberts
In it, Charlie, mum of three and experienced careers coach, shares her own experiences of being a working mum and how she created a balanced career around her family. You'll find guests, case studies as well as tons of practical advice and support.
Your Time To GrowApr 21, 2020
Do you implement your learning?
Tapping into your wisdom in a meaningful way
Trusting The Process
The magic of committing to yourself
Taking care of the soul line
There is no perfect timing (you create it)
Busy is not best
Reflecting on Mental Health on World Mental Health Day
What is my biggest worry if I were to do it?
You are worthy, just as you are
Your worth is not determined by the judgments of others or external measures of success. It's an inherent part of who you are. Embracing your innate worth is a journey, but it's a journey well worth taking.
How thoughts create our feelings and experiences
The Power of Mindful Meditation
Today we are discussing the benefits of mindfulness meditation PLUS a short loving kindness (Metta) meditation. Please don't drive whilst listening to this episode!
Creating yourself into being
How to trust your intuition
Why is it so hard to slow down?
The 'I am too much' game
How do you receive a compliment?
Do you feel like there's a missing piece of the puzzle?
How do you play the victim?
It's the difference that makes the difference
Getting Comfortable with Discomfort
Life's about creating yourself not finding yourself
Do you use a tripwire?
The middle path to a balanced life
What's going on when you can't focus
How have you contributed to this situation?
What kind of leader do you want to be in 2023?
Do we need to regulate our emotions at work?
Are you ready to make a change?
Why New Year's Resolutions don't work and why I'm a Resolution Rebel
Overcoming distorted thoughts
Distorted thinking part two
Distorted thoughts (part one)
Working with your natural energy cycles
Your feelings are valid
She couldn't feign her surprise. "Really??" She said quietly, "it's worse for us. We've had more meltdowns than ever and it's only day two". "Still", she said, "could be worse. I keep thinking that, when I'm in the bathroom streaming. There's always someone worse off than me". I could see her eyes filling with tears. She was trying to hold it in.
"Yes, that's true," I said, "there's always someone worse off, but that doesn't mean your feelings aren't valid. It doesn't diminish your feelings right now".
I don't think she believed me.
Act in the way you want to be
My career story
How to self-soothe
Are women better leaders than men?
“This is not progress. Women have been encouraged to be like men when actually the best thing for men in society would be to encourage men to be more like women.”
So is it true that women are better leaders than men?
Lessons from Nature
What is inner strength?
Ramblings of a mum in the summer holidays! Burnout, reprioritising goals and celebrating successes
How to be a motivational leader
How to work during the summer holidays with the kids at home
It’s taken me a few years (and a few more lockdowns) to realise that a) we needed a routine and b) that I make this work during the school holidays and I can adapt that plan. So, we're on day three of learning at home and day ten of not leaving the house. So here are my tips for staying motivated and my tips for working from home with the kids.