All Posts by Fiona Christie


What if affirmations were the key… I love this video.  It’s called Jessica’s Daily Affirmations. Imagine adults with that sort of self-belief. If you’re someone who is looking to build courage into your life, even in a small way – one thing you can do is to think of all the courageous moments you have […]

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The Power of Intention

What if you could use your thoughts to create whatever you want… I was reminded about this powerful personal development wonder that whenever you focus your attention or ‘intention’, fully and completely on whatever it is you want to manifest in your life, you will begin to see examples of the subject you have chosen […]

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Life with Flow

What if your life flowed easily… Once you allow yourself quality stillness, your life with flow with an ease which, at first you may not notice, but one day, in the near future, you’ll suddenly realise that your life is flowing easily.  By stillness, I mean it’s time for meditation, connecting with the God/presence/spirit within […]

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Your Choice to Change

What if change was always a choice… Change that we are comfortable with only happens when we consciously ‘choose’ to make change.Many a person has said ‘but that wasn’t my ‘choice’.  I beg to differ… we have the opportunity to ‘choose’ how we act or react in any given situation.  And whilst some ‘change’ is […]

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Overcoming Procrastination Achievement and Goal Setting

One of the most critical factors to attaining the life of your dreams is in the Art of Noticing. You see it is the art of noticing that will lead you to clarity. The art of noticing is really invaluable in three ways: To guide you in your decision-making To highlight the valuable lessons that […]

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Fiona Christie Blog

Welcome to my blog.  Here you’ll find useful tips, information, insights and my ramblings to help you in your quest development. I’ve created seven categories that form the basis of my coaching, I’ll also be adding ‘tags’ so you can search for specific topics. Here’s a metaphor to explain categories and tags using the grocery […]

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