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cheltonian lifestyle


favourwithyourhonesty, andcan ideally get yourmessageacross as gently aspossiblewithout thembeing offended.Agoodbusinessownerwill thank youfor this, knowing that you couldhavegonepublicwithit and damagedtheir reputation.


We hear of increasing cases of anxiety, stress and depression. This is bad news. The good news is that there is a cure, and the key is all in your ownmindset. I can speak from personal experience because after havingGAD(GeneralisedAnxiety Disorder) formany years I happened to meet a therapistwhohas helped mesort it out. Living with anxietywas not a funway to live – formeor those around me, although I must thank them for their huge patience in dealing with me.Anyway, lastweek my therapist drewmea chart of what you can and can’t control, and Iwant to share it because if you do suffer froma similar struggle, I feel sure that this is going to help you. It’s a simple diagramof things you can and can’t control. If you focus on the things you CANcontrol, you are already going to start feeling stronger, more confident and moreempowered. Leave the things you can’t control to sort themselves out – they are not your bus to drive!


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WhatYouCanControl and WhatYouCan’t


Cocktailof theMonth Do you like a good, strong cocktail with a deep, fruity, delicious flavour and plenty of rum? If you do then you’re going to love KoKo’sCocktail of theMonth. You will find this beauty at Marinades of Cheltenham. It’s Wendy’s speciality.


WhydoI use thenameKoKo? As a youngerwomanIworked in TopManOxford Circus and ran a concession called KoKo Sport. Everyonewhoworked there called meKoKo.At the time it annoyed me. They didn’t even knowmy realname and didn’t bother to find out, and I was always KoKo. Recently Iwas thinking about that and realised it was actually a nice name; itwas what they knewmeas – and easy to remember. So that’swhy I use it for writing this column.


Business book recommendation The 5 Second Ruleby Mel Robbins has been recommendedtomeby


CindyDavis, The FeelGoodCoach. Haven’t read it yet but shewas raving about it so I think it’s a good one to read, or listen to, next. www.melrobbins.com/the-5-second- rule If you read it andwould like to write a review, send it to editor@thecheltonian.com


•Email: sal@iwork4uglos.co.ukwww.iwork4uglos.co.ukwww.facebook.com/iWork4uGlos •Tweetme@iwork4uglos


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