Welcome to LG Personal Development




Fanning the flames of your potential 

Are you frustrated by where you are currently in your work or your personal life and want to make a change? Do you hear something exciting calling you but feel nervous about taking the next step? Are you on the verge of stepping into a world of possibility?  Then this is the place to be.

Through my work I am committed to supporting you as you explore how you can live a life aligned to your values, priorities and aspirations, as you reconnect with what really matters when times get tough and as you turn the difference you dream to make into reality.

If you are a health professional or researcher looking to make a positive impact on the world through your work you will also find a range of resources and services to support you.

     Recent blog posts

A resource to help you build your resilience as a student

Have you had moments when you cross paths with someone who has a significant impact upon your life? I was reflecting on this earlier as I ended a call with a coaching colleague Will Medd. Will is a professional coach who, amongst other things, undertakes 1:1 and group...

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Wallowing: we all need to do it sometimes.

The 2017 annual conference on the Royal College of Occupational Therapists was kicked off with a keynote from Paul McGee. Paul is a performance coach and author of Shut Up, Move On. One of the topics he covered in his presentation were the concepts of 'hippo time' and...

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HEE/NIHR Pre-doctoral clinical academic fellowships

I know! No posts for a few weeks and then two in a week. It feels like there is a lot of news to share this week. If you are a health and social care researcher and haven't yet seen the new UK wide framework for health and social care research you might want to catch...

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NIHR/HEE Research Internships for Health Professionals

One of the questions I am asked on a regular basis by health professionals is, 'How can I get involved in research?'  If this sentiment resonates with you and you are a health professional I would really urge you to  check out the National Institute for Health...

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Letting shame out of your writing life.

I was listening, yesterday, to an interview with Cheryl Strayed. She is author of the memoir Wild, an account of her lone hike along the Pacific Crest Trail which was made subsequently into an Oscar nominated film. At the start of her interview with Marie Forleo she...

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