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Julia Pitt

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Julia Pitt, MA is a trained Personal Development Coach, certified NLP Practitioner, writer and public speaker. Qualifying through the Coaching Academy in London, England, Julia uses coaching methodology and tools to help her clients achieve their true potential, break through barriers to success and fulfillment and attain the goals they set for themselves. Dedicated to Bermuda's success and putting her passion into action, Julia writes her column in the Royal Gazette offering the fundamentals of coaching in weekly installments. Her hope is to provide an opportunity for readers to increase self-awareness and insight into human behaviour and by achieving individual goals, so collectively improve ourselves, our relationships, how we relate to our surroundings and ultimately, have a positive effect on the community. Julia also volunteers with the 'Coaching for Success' sidearm of the Mirrors Program, which brings coaching to Bermuda's youth.

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  • Moving on and maximising energy
    Oct 4, 2017 8:00 am

    Moving on and maximising energy

    “Needs to work on transitions” was a comment on one of my son’s report cards. He was 7 at the time, I think.

    “What does that mean?” I asked the teacher.

    “Moving on from doing one thing and being ready to do the next. For example,...

  • Softening the blow of bad news
    Sep 20, 2017 8:00 am

    Softening the blow of bad news

    The term ‘bad news’ denotes that it’s not likely to be met with jubilation, but if we’re the ones giving it we can learn to navigate those difficult conversations with respect and understanding, and hopefully minimise the fallout.

    In this...

  • Oversized boot not best way to deliver news
    Sep 13, 2017 8:00 am

    Oversized boot not best way to deliver news

    When I got kicked out of clown school in Paris, (yes, you read that right. How I ended up in clown school in the first place is a whole other story.

    Suffice to say, always read the small print, particularly if it’s in a foreign language.

  • Always prepare when delivering bad news
    Sep 6, 2017 8:00 am

    Always prepare when delivering bad news

    Few things make me squirm more than having to deliver bad news. It’s a task that, in the past, I have done anything to avoid. The prospect of letting someone down, giving negative feedback, or even worse, letting them go, filled me with such...

  • Assertiveness takes some practice
    Aug 30, 2017 8:09 am

    Assertiveness takes some practice

    Sweet talk. When we want something, it’s easy to reach for the butter and spread it on thick.

    Often, we don’t actually ask for what we want. Instead, we pussyfoot around it, leaving hints and clues to what we’re after, hoping the other...

  • Get what you need and keep your friends
    Aug 23, 2017 8:00 am

    Get what you need and keep your friends

    In a conversation recently I was told I was being aggressive. “Emphatic” is the word I would have used, but in truth it was more a spat than a chat so, being caught up in the heat of the moment, perhaps I’m not the best judge.

    I’m a firm...

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