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So far Caroline Flanagan has created 113 blog entries.
  • believe in yourself

You CAN have it all – if you learn to believe in yourself. Here’s how.

  How do you feel about the concept of ‘having it all’? It’s a contentious issue, especially in the legal sector. Whilst seemingly a promising professional career choice for women Read more

  • ambitious

New Year’s resolutions? Hell, yes! Why you should be ambitious to achieve your goals in 2019.

  Whether you welcomed the dawn of 2019 in big celebratory style or with a quiet night in, the New Year brings a time of reflection and forward planning for Read more

  • babyproof blog

The Best of the Babyproof Blog 2018 – A Review.

  As well as being brilliant for some serious box-set watching, that limbo-land between Christmas and New Year is a great time for a bit of valuable self-reflection - and Read more

  • fear of not knowing

How to overcome the FONK (or the fear of not knowing).

  I’m currently coaching two clients who are struggling with same issue. Despite (or maybe because of) being extremely high achieving female lawyers at the top of their game, having Read more

  • set boundaries

How to set boundaries and manage expectations.

  In a recent session with a client, her last after a year of coaching, reflecting on the progress she had made, she thanked me for what she described as Read more

Is your Imposter Syndrome here to stay?

  If you’ve been following the news this week, you’ll have seen that Michelle Obama is in the UK on her ‘Becoming’ book tour, drawing large crowds and speaking at Read more

  • team you

How and why you need to build ‘Team You’

  The hardest years. If you’ve read my book or followed my blog, you’ll know that I describe my first year of being a working parent as one of the Read more

  • overwhelm

How to avoid overwhelm this festive season

  When it comes to the Christmas season, are you Elf or the Grinch, or a little bit of both? It’s tricky. While on the one hand Christmas is often Read more

  • on track

How to stay on track

I'm a huge fan of goals; they give you focus, direction and motivation. But how do you sustain the energy and enthusiasm? When you're tired, busy and surrounded by distractions, Read more

  • how to read

How to read a (non-fiction) book a week.

The wonder of words. I’ve always been a voracious reader and see reading as one of the great joys of life. Books can provide escapism, education, emotion, inspiration and information Read more