Tap into Abundance and Success…

You’ve heard the saying ’We all teach what we need to learn’ and it’s so interesting when you know you have really made a difference inspiring someone else and yet a niggling voice is telling you that what you are encouraging your clients to do applies to you also!

I recently got back from a weekend coaching women around branding and PR and marketing, hosted by a very successful female entrepreneur and I felt really excited as there had been some great breakthroughs and while I was away I got a message to say that I had successfully secured a great 2 page spread in a national mag for one of my clients, another woman I had been working with for a while had her book launch coming up and another had launched her coaching programme.

I had an appointment booked on my return, some ‘me’ time, I see a wonderful Kinesiologist regularly and although for once I wasn’t falling apart – (often I’m so exhausted she has to put me back together again!) I wanted to check what was going on in case I was lacking in any nutrients etc. I do love the concept of prevention rather than cure, and on several occasions she has alerted me to something lacking in my diet or even how to deal with a sense of overwhelm.

Now Kinesiology can sound very ‘woo woo’, my therapist – who calls herself a health ‘detective’ asks your body what you need – (yes really), and once the message has been received she reaches for different ‘tools’ sometimes she uses flower remedies, sometimes a piece of fabric to represent a specific colour. The issue that needs to be looked at can be linked to nutrition and health issues or emotional wellbeing and in all the years I have been going its always been incredibly accurate.

So what do you think my body told her I needed? An EFT routine to help me stop blocking my abundance, raise my vibration and open the door to the success I deserve…

Duh! Hadn’t I spent three full days encouraging entrepreneurs to get rid of their issues around money and abundance, to recognise just how awesome they are and be willing to stand in the spotlight and be visible, to finally step up to accepting success?

One finger pointing at you and 4 back at me!

So let’s do it together!!

EFT SETUP PHRASES: From Carole Look creator of ‘The Yes Code’

While tapping the karate chop spot on either hand, repeat these first phrases out loud, (or change the words to fit your exact situation). Then proceed to the additional phrases while tapping on the indicated points. (If you are new to EFT, please view information and directions.)
The EFT SETUP Phrases for this topic are as follows:

“Even though I have mixed feelings about being successful, I deeply and completely love and accept myself anyway.”
“Even though I’m afraid to be successful, I deeply love and accept myself.”
“Even though I can’t stay invisible if I’m successful, I accept and appreciate all my feelings anyway.”

I have indicated where to tap while saying each of the phrases below. You may repeat the positive round more than once if you wish.
***Below are the phrases that focus on the problem***

Eyebrow: “I have mixed feelings about success.”
Side of Eye: “I’m not sure I want success in my life.”
Under Eye: “I’m afraid of what might change…”
Nose: “I don’t want to stand out either.”
Chin: “I don’t want to be visible if I’m successful.”
Collarbone: “I’m afraid to be successful, they might get upset.”
Under Arm: “I have such mixed feelings about success.”
Head: “Clearly I’m not congruent with success.”

***Now for the positive focus on the solution***

Eyebrow: “I really want to Be Congruent with Success.”
Side of Eye: “I want to want success in my life.”
Under Eye: “I want to want to Be Congruent with Success.”
Nose: “I choose to start being more congruent with success.”
Chin: “I want to feel inspired to attract success into my life.”
Collarbone: “I feel inspired to Be Congruent with Success.”
Under Arm: “I’m feeling better already!”
Head: “I choose to Be Congruent with Success now!“

Access more positive vibrations with the Law of Attraction by repeating the following phrases (while tapping or not):

Thank You, Universe, for reminding me to Be Congruent with Success… I feel more aligned with abundance already!
Thank You, Universe, for inspiring me to Be Congruent with Success… I am looking forward to uplifting results!
Thank You, Universe, for making it so easy for me to Be Congruent with Success… I feel the vibrational shift and power already!

The above exercise is extracted from a post by Carol Look, EFT Master, Speaker, Author, Coach, and Creator of “The Yes Code.” www.carollook.com

By the way if you are based near Herts I’m happy to share the details of my amazing therapist, I can’t post out to the world though – or I will never get an appointment! Email me for details.


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Spotlight Interview: Bernardo Moya from ‘The Best You’

Bernardo Moya


In my UK Health Radio ‘Spotlight Show’ I interview some of the world’s most inspiring self-development coaches, gurus and personalities about their health and wellbeing services, products and knowledge.

In this interview I speak with Bernardo Moya about personal development, health and wellness and a fabulous event coming up soon which I’m thrilled to be part of!

Bernardo is an entrepreneur, writer, publisher, TV producer and seminar promoter to some of the biggest names in Personal Development. He is CEO of NLP Life Training and The Best You, he’s also editor-in-chief of The Best You magazine – a fascinating voice in the Personal Development world.

Bernardo wasn’t always a leading Personal Development promoter, previously a Property Developer, he rebuilt his life from the ground up and reinvented himself to live his life based on helping others improve their lives. His desire is to inspire as many people as possible to make inspirational training and content accessible and affordable!

Listen to my interview with Bernardo HERE>>>


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I’ll be speaking alongside Sir Clive Woodward, Jason Vale, Barbara De Angelis, Gill Fielding and Robert Holden appearing at ‘The Best You’ personal development Exhibition at ExCel London on 27 and 28 February 2016.

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‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’

If you are a small business owner, blogger, author or solopreneur I’m guessing you send out newsletters, e-zines or bulletins to your client’s, customers or community to make special offers, share content and keep them informed of what’s going on.

I’m sure you’re also on the receiving end of lots of them too, some you possibly don’t remember ever signing up for.

Of course we all want to build our lists and grow our followers but there are strict rules against marketing to people who haven’t agreed to be on your list, so how does it happen? I’m guessing there are some unscrupulous companies who buy and sell lists, and then there are other lists that you find yourself added to because you have bought something online and couldn’t get to the payment stage without registering your email address.

I did a bit of a cull recently and unsubscribed from no less than 20 lists that I had never signed up for in the first place! What I didn’t do though is report any of the emails as ‘spam’. For new brand owners trying to establish themselves when their list is still small, this can be hugely detrimental because mailing list providers will suspect that you may not be legitimate, MailChimp for example came back at a client of mine effectively telling her off because 2 people had reported her emails as spam. If your list is small, 2 could be a high percentage!

Don’t do it guys! It’s no problem to unsubscribe – that’s your choice but don’t move to the junk folder absent-mindedly. For your newsletters make sure that you make it crystal clear how to unsubscribe, sadly that doesn’t always work, I recently received a nasty email from someone who had apparently emailed me before asking to be removed – I didn’t ever see that email but did see the one that said

‘your emails are in breach of the UK Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR). I am advised not to use the “unsubscribe” option on your email as this only informs companies, such as the one that you have employed, that send bulk emails (spam) that emails have been received and encourages further harassment’

Seriously? Which company that I have employed? He went on…

‘If I receive further emails from you, I will initiate a complaint against your company with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).’


Ouch! I wrote back to him personally, apologised and wished him a happy Christmas, I genuinely have no idea how he got on my list if he had not signed up but it happens. I think he may have felt suitably embarrassed at taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut – I got a Merry Xmas back!

So continue to put your efforts into building your lists – it’s the most important marketing tool you have, and support others by signing up to receive content from them if you want to be on their radar, but when you do feel overwhelmed at the assault on your inbox and decide to do a ‘cull’, just unsubscribe and don’t let it get reported as spam (unless of course it actually is!).

I hope you will want to continue to receive my emails – but if not I will happily let you go – with love – please just unsubscribe rather than reporting me as a spammer – just don’t leave me this way!!


Back To Work, But Are We Happy?

A New Survey Measures the Nation’s State Of Mind

A new survey on workplace attitudes reveals that many Britons are genuinely happy in the workplace – but there is still room for improvement.

The Best You magazine’s Life Meaning Survey asked 2000 people in work across the ages, genders and regions about their experience at work. One question, ‘When it comes to your job/career right now, would you say that you love what you do?’…and it gave surprising answers.

While a relatively small percentage (15.4%) gave an unequivocal ‘Yes’, a mass 47% (or 941 people) replied ‘Mostly’. Roughly a quarter responded, ‘Not really’ and 11% said not at all.

The figures were fairly even across genders and ages, with a variation of only one per cent of women feeling more well-disposed to their jobs than their male counterparts, and people between 25-34 being around a percentage point happier than the other groups between 18 and 55+.

Northern Ireland, topped the poll of job satisfaction with 18% giving a joyous ‘Yes’, closely followed by the South West (18%), London (18%) and Scotland (17%). At the other end of the spectrum, only 9% of respondents in Wales were willing to say they love their job.

Asked what would add more happiness to the workplace, 52% said regular salary increases were the key to happiness, while just below came ‘Flexi-time for everyone’. Other high scorers were ‘offices with natural light’ and ‘more emphasis on work-life balance’.

A common theme among those volunteering ideas on how to create more happiness was a change in management, with answers such as ‘a good boss’, ‘good leadership’, ‘less aggressive management’ and ‘bosses that aren’t bullies’ this was representative of many people’s experiences.

Of the 38% dissatisfied with work, over a third were seeking opportunities in a different industry – but just under a third were taking no steps to change their situation, while 3% were seeking life coaching to help them make their choices.

Interestingly, nearly 29% of women and 25% of men admitted to suffering from depression, with 10% more women than men seeking therapy, and five per cent more women consulting their GP. Men also failed to talk to family and friends on the matter, and a higher percentage chose to ‘do nothing’.


Age counts…

  • More than 53% of 55+ have been redundant at least once, while only 13% of 18-24-year-olds have experienced redundancy.
  • Employers could be failing to realise an opportunity to develop their staff. Across the ages, fewer than 20% of respondents receive personal development training from their employer, but are more likely to receive sick pay and a pension.
  • Most age groups value the same things in the workplace such as flexi-time and sabbaticals, regular salary reviews, continuous professional development and social events. However in-work counselling and therapy was more valued by 18-24-year-olds (21%), while work-life balance was more important to the 45-55+ age group (58%).
  • Job satisfaction was least felt by 25-34-year-olds (12%) and most felt by 45-54-year-olds (16%), although all ages described themselves as ‘mostly’ happy.
  • Changing job or industry was most seen as a way to improve happiness by 18-34-year-olds (70%).
  • Wanting to leave a legacy in the world was most wished for by 18-24-year-olds, while more than 51% of 55+ respondents thought they probably wouldn’t.
  • Almost 83% of 55+ respondents believe in personal development, although this was consistently high across the age groups with 80% of 18-24-year-olds also working on their goals to be happy.
  • Looking at the media usage of different age groups, 73% of 55+ respondents read personal development books, while 61% of 18-24-year-olds find inspiration online.
  • Although similar across the age groups, 35-44-year-olds were most likely to have suffered from depression (30%), and of these 64% sought help from a GP or talked to family and friends (30%).

Postcode happiness…

  • In the East Midlands, 27% of people said neither they nor anyone they know are depressed.
  • A whopping 87% of people surveyed in Scotland believe personal development is the way to work on their goals to be happy.
  • 70% of South West respondents use books as a source of personal development, while 51% of those in the North West prefer blogs online.
  • Most hopeful about leaving a legacy are respondents in the South West (20%) while the least hopeful are those in Northern Ireland (18%).

Men vs. Women…

  • Flexi-time is more important to women (55% of female respondents) than men (47% of male respondents).
    Almost equally across the sexes men and women enjoy their job.
  • Women are more optimistic about leaving a life legacy (18% of female respondents) than men (14% of male respondents).
  • Women who have suffered depression were more likely to have seen a therapist (40% of female respondents) or talked to family or friends (35%) than men (30% of male respondents, and 23% respectively).


Janey Lee Grace speaks alongside Sir Clive Woodward, Jason Vale, Barbara De Angelis, Gill Fielding and Robert Holden appearing at ‘The Best You’ personal development Exhibition at ExCel London on 27 and 28 February 2016.


Click HERE for ‘The Best You’ Exhibition website

Click HERE to WIN 1 of 5 tickets to the exhibition including the main seminar room

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What’s Holding You Back?

Is your confidence holding you back from achieving what you want to in your business?

Often we need some help with empowerment even if we know deep down that we’re capable it’s such a smoother path when we have others to support, nurture and empower us. Often it’s enough to be in a community of like-minded people to feel motivated with moving forward. There can be many influences in our life that don’t always want us to surge ahead.

It can be really frustrating when you feel paralysed to move forwards in both your business and your personal life, when you know deep down that you have so many ideas and that you could carry them through… if only you had a bit more confidence. Self-belief can be the killer of many dreams!

Change is always scary whether it’s moving to a new home, a new job, leaving a situation to be on your own or putting your creativity out into the world, it’s a risk and it needs a big leap of faith. Have you been close enough to take that leap and felt the discomfort? Have you felt it would be easier to stay exactly where you are?

Mahatma Ghandi says:

“Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.”


Oftentimes it helps to ‘fake it before we make it’ and to me this translates as your belief being more than half of the challenge. There is plenty of practical help available to us to learn about creating our niche, creating our website, marketing our business etc. These are all things we can learn and confidence and self- belief is part of the equation.

Think about what’s really holding you back today? Is your inner critic a little guilty of keeping you stuck?

How to be more confident – Stand Up, Stand Out Confidence Acceleration Event
20/21 February 2016, London

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Join Jo Wilson, Andy Coley and Janey Lee Grace for 2 days to improve your confidence and self- esteem & gain the level of assertiveness you need to put yourself first, get noticed or achieve the results you deserve in your career, business & personal life.

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