Is There Room For An Abundance of Emotions in Your Life?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 21, 2016 /

Abundance. Dying. End of Life. Plentifulness. Not words you would normally think of together. But there’s often an abundance of laughter on my Before I Go group programmes and workshops. There’s plentiful amounts of stories, some amusing, some poignant, others educational. Then there’s also fear and anxiety and concern, more traditionally words associated with death and dying.…

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What Happens (To Your Work) When You Die?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / October 7, 2015 /

When you are self-employed, or have a small business, the matter of your own death is a bit more complex than if you are an employee. For instance, if you are a health practitioner, or a professional who has clients, what would happen to them if you die suddenly?  Or even die less suddenly? Do…

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What eggs are you hatching?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / May 19, 2015 /

This morning, walking through the woods alongside the loch at the back of my house, I checked to see if the swan was still sitting on her nest. First I saw her mate, head dipping below the dark green water, popping up now and again with a bit of weed between his beak.  On a…

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What Do You Do When Nothing You Do Works?

By Jane Duncan Rogers / June 11, 2014 /

Decide and Do, or Allow and Be? On first look, this question appears to be simple – if you make a decision and take action on it, then the thing you want will happen. Simple. Easy.  Just do it, as Richard Branson would say. And of course there is truth in that. However, what do…

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