Women become involved in men’s health for three reasons: they are used to making the healthcare decisions in their families, they tend to know the most about health and the healthcare system, and men’s health affects their own health and way of life. First, most women see themselves playing a role in their partner’s health. […]
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Horrible Bosses or…5 Attributes That Make Women Better Leaders
Would you rather work for a man or a woman? What’s the difference? A recently released Gallup poll found that a higher percentage of women over men would rather have a male boss than a female one. You read that right. Women have a problem working for other women. The way I see it there […]
How to Silence the Shoulda, Woulda, Coulda
Eat properly, exercise frequently, be mindful, no drugs, no booze, no argument. Does that sound familiar? I should have ordered the salad. I would have gone to the gym if I had the time. I could have said no to that glass of wine. I am weak. We all know how to be healthy. Sometimes […]
What Happens When You Quit? (It Might Not Be What You Expect)
Don’t give up! Don’t stop believing! Keep going! It’s hard not to listen when a message is as consistent as the one above. After all, nobody wants to be a quitter, right? You have to see things through. But what if you don’t? What if instead of being a one-way superhighway the road to success […]
This Woman’s Work
Yesterday I was reading an article in Forbes magazine written by a man who grew up in an extended Hispanic family. He was writing about the strength and resilience that his mother had shown raising him and his siblings. He thought his mother would have made a great leader. The truth is she was a […]
Six Ways to Live Through Manflu
You know what manflu is, right? That non-descript and yet mysteriously debilitating illness that strikes at the most inconvenient times and in a single cup of lemsip turns you from his beloved soulmate into, well…his mother. Often strikes at weekends, particularly after a busy week. Ladies, the season of manflu is now upon us. Here […]
How to Get What You Want (Not Just What You Need)
Do you start each month with good intentions about what you will spend your money on? Do you ever think about what you will do with money you have left in the bank at the end of the month. Maybe you’ll invest it in stocks, save up for a dream holiday or a deposit on […]
HIGH, HIGH, DISCOUNTS! ROCK BOTTOM PRICES!
I am sitting here writing this on Black Friday. This American tradition has caught on over here in the UK and my inbox was stuffed like a prize turkey this morning with every kind of consumer offer that you can imagine. You probably don’t have to imagine. Your inbox was probably stuffed too. The name […]
More Than Just a Pretty Face
Sir Alan Sugar starts searching for his apprentice once more as the popular television show returns to our screens. Are you a fan? The Apprentice was one of the first television shows to pit men and women against each other on an equal footing. Some of the biggest success stories to emerge from the show […]
7 Lazy Ways to Get Healthy
Drink more water The easiest way to make the biggest impact. Water affects all our major organs, our digestion, our energy levels, our brain function and much more besides. Have a glass of water every time you think about it, every time you pass the tap, every time you sit down. Walk faster When you […]
The Secret to a Guilt-Free Life
Recently a working-mother friend of mine told me how she feels when she leaves the office. “I am usually first to leave,” she said, “and I feel like everyone is judging me for putting my children before the company.” Wait. What? You’re not putting the children first, you’re putting them next. Besides, what are you […]
If “NEEDY” Were a Turn On…
There’s a bit in one of my favourite all-time films, Broadcast News, where the dorky male best friend is explaining to the sparky, over-achieving heroine (Holly Hunter in an Oscar nominated performance) that he is too insecure to find love. The world would be a great place, he says, if only “needy” were a turn […]
Can Women Compete with Men?
Lately I have been spending a lot of time connecting with other organisations that bring women together (after all we are just One of many!) There are stacks of inspiring places out there filled with supportive and informative women. But one thing about them kept bugging me. Sometimes the forums felt like a place to […]
Shaking it Up: What’s holding you back?
Recently we invited you to “Shake it Up” a little and kick your life up a notch if you are on the brink of something bigger. We had a huge attendance on our webinar, where we opened the lid on what was actually possible for each of our attendees. It’s worth you listening to this (or […]
Breathing Underwater; stress about stress!
By Dr Joanna Martin: Founder, oneofmany.co.uk.| Author. Women’s Speaker. Entrepreneur. Ex-doctor. Loud Sister. Baby Wrangler = No professional training but do a fine job nonetheless! We all have those days when we feel as if we are drowning. Everything we need to do in our busy lives gets overwhelming from time to time. All […]
How To Change The World
Recently we invited you to step-up, speak up and be One of Many women with ideas on how, together, we can create the change we want to see in the world. We had a huge attendance on our webinar, where we opened the lid on possibility. We delved into topics such as: Why the Dalai […]
The Western Woman Will Save The World
“The Western Woman will save the world” . . . said the Dalai Llama. . . . mmm, are we talking about the same woman? The one who just spend 20 minutes ransacking the house for her mobile phone while she was talking on it? <<< so, just so we are on the same page… […]