Struggling to stay focussed? Get a grip on your 'Dashboard Data'.

Here's a handy self-coaching tool to help you find and keep your focus when everything around you feels bit chaotic.

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Grab a few pens and a big sheet of paper. Here's a handy exercise to help you figure out what it is you need to focus on right now. 

If you're flying a light plane, there aren't too many dials on the dashboard. The ones that are there are crucial. They give the pilot the information she needs to fly safely. What dials do you need on your dashboard right now?

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Wherever you are in life or business, each of us takes a bit of a hit on our confidence level from time to time. What if you knew how to keep those pangs of self-doubt at bay?

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Pete Mosley PCC

Coach/Speaker/Writer, The Art of Work

I work with quiet, thoughtful and purpose-driven individuals to help build confidence in both life and work, for example by supporting them to find a voice, speak up, pitch or talk in public without feeling intimidated by louder voices. As a reflective person myself, I'm drawn towards working with others who find the cut and thrust of everyday life to be a challenge. I also help business owners work out how to promote themselves and build an audience for their work. I'm a graduate of the acclaimed Barefoot Postgraduate Certificate in Business & Personal Coaching, and I now teach for Barefoot. My book - The Art of Shouting Quietly - a guide to self-promotion for introverts and other quiet souls – has sold in 25 countries around the world. I'm very experienced - I have 15 years of track record as a mentor in the Creative Industries prior to training as a coach in 2008. Please don't hesitate to get in touch - I'm always happy to talk with you about coaching/mentoring on the phone - with no obligation.