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Let’s connect!

I love to connect with people, whether through virtual coffees, sharing my thinking in my newsletter, or via social networking.

Find out below all the ways we can connect.

Connect with me on LinkedIn

I’m active on LinkedIn most days, sharing my thoughts about how we can make work better, so we can all do better work. 

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I send a fortnightly newsletter with ideas, tools, and strategies to help make the human stuff easier.

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Other places to find me

My other website, The Strengths Deck, is the home of my book Unleash Your Awesome, and The Strengths Deck set of cards that inspired the book, and have helped lots of awesome, high-performing humans to do some of their best work.

I occasionally pop up on Instagram (as Daria Williamson and The Strengths Deck) and Facebook (also as Daria Williamson and The Strengths Deck).

Book a call

I offer free, 30-min discovery calls to talk about where you’re at, where you want to be, and how we can work together to get you there. 

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What are your obstacles telling you?

Reading Time: < 1 minute You’ve heard all of the cliches about how “obstacles are the way”. Or that they are “the frightening things we see when we take our eyes off the goal”. Nice platitudes, but not all that

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Text-based image. There are three coloured geometric shapes around the outside. In the centre in bold text is the quotation "We can do hard things" and underneath is the quote source, Glennon Doyle. At the bottom centre of the image is the Daria Williamson logo, with the words 'Coach ~ Facilitator ~ Trainer' and the URL dariawilliamson.com

My mantra when life gets hard

Reading Time: 2 minutes The old saying “When life gives you lemons, make lemonade” gets trotted out all too often when someone is going through a hard time. I don’t think it’s particularly useful. It’s trite and can come

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Navigating your life path

Reading Time: < 1 minute Are you focusing on the doors that closed for you in the past or all the possible doors in front of you? This image is from an excellent New York Times article ‘How Covid Stole

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