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
One of the challenges of being a researcher is the shift, as your progress through your career, to becoming an independent researcher. Keeping up the motivation and momentum can be hard. Coming up with new ideas, submitting the next funding applications, writing the...read more
This years 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 the book Shut Up, Move On. Several minutes into his presentation you could feel the energy lift in the...read more
If, like me, you are an occupational therapist you may, over the last day or so, have opened your latest edition of OTNews and seen a call for nominations to regional committee vacancies. Of the 13 regions comprising the Royal College of Occupational Therapists 11...read more
This post is inspired actually by exploration and a desire to travel to 'bring back fresh ideas and new solutions to today's issues, for the benefit of others in the UK" via The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Fellowships. Has this caught your attention and set off...read more
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...read more
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...read more
Those of you who have dipped into this blog will know that last year I started writing posts about a model I have created, the EPIC model for research engagement. It felt like it was becoming a bit disconnected with occasional posts and so to bring it all together,...read more
Last week I wrote a short review of Tara Mohr's book Playing Big: A Practical Guide for Brilliant Women Like you and I am now the proud owner of one well thumbed book sporting many post-it notes to take me back to key sections. One of the chapters, Unhooking from...read more
A quick post to air something which crossed my iPad this morning, the ongoing story of Boaty McBoatface. I'm not sure if you have been following the story but it raises some interesting questions about public engagement with research. To provide a little bit of...read more