Jayne Morris
An expert in transforming lives from Burnout to Brilliance. Jayne’s one-to-one work, seminars, podcasts, articles and online posts have helped thousands of people around the world regain their sense of power, passion and purpose. Her clients include CEOs, celebrities, leaders and luminaries.

Jayne is resident life coach expert for NHS Online Health Sector and has been featured by leading UK publications including The Telegraph, The Guardian, Daily Express, London Evening Standard, Daily Mail, Scottish Daily Express, Daily Star, Red, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Fitness, Zest, Boots Health & Beauty Magazine, Healthy, Dear Doctor, Best, Shortlist, Stylist, Top Santé, Choice, Spirit & Destiny, Women’s Weekly, and Women’s Own. She has also contributed comments for lifestyle articles in leading women’s magazines in Australia and the United Arab Emirates.

She is a popular radio and TV guest talking about topics relating to burnout, stress, sleep and clutter clearing. She has appeared on BBC Breakfast TV, SKY TV 203’s Chrissy B Show, BBC Radio 2, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio Scotland, Heart, in addition to various regional UK stations and international online radio shows including Blog Talk Radio in the USA. Her TV work has also included projects for Channel 4, Kent Business TV and CVA TV in Japan.

Jayne is the Author of upcoming title ‘Burnout to Brilliance’ – due for release October 2014. She regularly blogs for The Huffington Post, has had articles published by Inspired Times magazine and in Hay House’s recent release ‘More to Life than Shoes’. The power of Jayne’s work was credited in Beverley Jones’ book ‘Made it Thru the Rain’ in her account of how Jayne helped her overcome depression and burnout by focusing daily on her future.

As a sought after speaker, panelist and workshop leader, Jayne has delivered talks, training sessions and courses for several organizations in the UK, Japan, Germany, Spain and America. During the summer of 2013 she presented at the FCD Breaking Barriers event with senior directors from BT, HP, Oracle, Huddle and UBM plc. Jayne also joined Ruby Wax on stage at the Wilderness Festival for the Huffington Post panelist discussion about the challenges of modern living.

In October 2013 she was the keynote speaker at the launch of ‘The Conscious Business Club’, a new initiative created by London’s leading event organizers, ‘Alternatives’. She additionally joined the Guardian’s Teacher Network event as panelist, sharing her top tips on stress management.

Jayne draws on over 20 years martial arts experience and 15 years combined experience in international business, teaching, radio and television presenting. As a qualified Personal and Business Coach, Jayne is a member of the highly reputed Coaching Circle, National Council of Psychotherapists and the European Mentoring and Coaching Council. She holds a BSc in Economics and International Business, an Advanced Diploma in Art Psychotherapy, and a Post Graduate Certificate in Personal and Business Coaching.

Jayne offers several services including VIP Days, individually tailored packages, plus intensive workshops, courses and retreats held in beautiful locations in the UK and abroad. Bespoke workshops and inspiring talks to meet your individual needs or the needs of your organization are also available.

Entries by Jayne Morris

Make Your Mornings Meaningful

(0) Comments | Posted 17 October 2014 | (14:44)

Rituals can be found at the very foundations of every ancient culture, yet their significance today is often overlooked. Human beings naturally gravitate toward rituals. For example, the way we comb or brush our hair, the route we take to work or the things we do when we prepare for...

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Are You Addicted to Being Busy?

(0) Comments | Posted 6 August 2014 | (07:39)

Being busy and overworked has become part of our current collective conditioning because we often equate busyness with self-worth and status. The moment we wake up in the morning we are already busy thinking about all of the things we need to do throughout the day ahead. As we contemplate...

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Telecommuting Top Tips: How to Ask Your Boss

(0) Comments | Posted 17 July 2014 | (23:18)

Are you keen to work from home, but unsure about how to instigate such a change to your working arrangement?

Successful change requires trust. If you can prove to your boss that flexi-working will enable you to be equally, if not more productive, then not only is it possible to...

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Flexible Working: Let's Make It Mainstream

(0) Comments | Posted 11 July 2014 | (00:09)

A recent study by Robert Half UK, revealed that nearly a third of UK HR directors cite 'inability to balance personal and professional commitments' as the primary reason for employee burnout. Could the new UK government legislation offering flexible working rights for all help make a difference?

Under the new...

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How to Spot If You Are a Perfectionist

(0) Comments | Posted 13 June 2014 | (15:37)

When high expectations are held of us from an early age we can start to nurture an internal drive to meet the standards set for us and feel chronically unhappy or dissatisfied if we don't achieve the level of success we set out to accomplish. This develops into perfectionism in...

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Changing the Cult of Churn 'Em and Burn 'Em

(0) Comments | Posted 3 February 2014 | (21:06)

The growing culture of overwork is becoming increasingly endemic and is not just a problem in the UK, USA or Australia. In several western countries patterns of overwork are emerging in both public and private sectors.

Long working hours are particularly entrenched in investment banking culture. The tragic death...

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How to Make 2014 Your Best Year Yet

(0) Comments | Posted 1 January 2014 | (20:44)

The New Year offers us an opportunity to make a fresh start and create a vision of what we truly want to be, do, have and create during the year ahead.

A vision board can help you harness the energy of renewed possibility and potential that the start of January...

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Twelve Days of Christmas De-Stress Tips

(0) Comments | Posted 13 December 2013 | (00:00)

The classic carol Twelve Days of Christmas inspired me to share a collection of de-stress tips to help you combat stress during the run up to Christmas.

Christmas can be one of the most stressful times of the year and we can get caught out burning the candle at both...

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Boost Your Sex Life: Banish Technology From the Bedroom

(1) Comments | Posted 26 November 2013 | (15:50)

A national survey published this month by Lancet has revealed a decline over the past decade in the frequency with which Britons are having sex. Findings indicate that the average Brit currently has sex less than five times a month.

The most likely contributing factors are thought to be...

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Stressed? Depressed? Try Some Deep Rest!

(0) Comments | Posted 6 November 2013 | (09:53)

Stress is back under the spotlight this month with National Stress Awareness Day on Wednesday 6th November. At this time of the year stress levels typically rise, because although nature may be slowing down and encouraging us to rest and retreat, our modern lives and work schedules continue to demand...

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Change Your Thoughts to Change Your Life

(0) Comments | Posted 4 September 2013 | (06:57)

The phrases we hear regularly as children become our inner voice. They impact our thinking and therefore our actions and how we live our life. If we grow up hearing positive and empowering things like "You can do anything if you put your mind to it" then we will believe...

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Modern Living: Less Stress, More Living

(0) Comments | Posted 18 June 2013 | (01:00)

If you routinely run on reserves and force yourself to accept that constantly feeling tired is all part and parcel of living a busy life - then you, like millions of others around the world, are probably wondering if you are ever going to find a way to escape the...

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The Courage to Cry

(1) Comments | Posted 28 May 2013 | (10:15)

Crying is a perfectly natural and healthy way of expressing and releasing emotion for both men and women. Although tears can be created purely as a reflex reaction to something blowing in our eyes or the scent of an onion, they are also shed as part of complex neurophysiological process...

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Is Facebook Crushing Your Confidence?

(0) Comments | Posted 13 May 2013 | (04:24)

As humans we have a basic primal need to feel accepted. Whenever we receive praise this need feels met. We are also conditioned from an early age to adapt our behaviour in order to receive positive praise; for example, being told as a toddler 'good girl/boy' rather than 'No! that's...

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Wake Up Call for the UK Workforce

(0) Comments | Posted 8 May 2013 | (01:00)

BBC Presenter Andrew Marr recently made a public statement following his stroke about being 'lucky to be alive', saying that he had 'been very very heavily overworking' the year before. This brave announcement should be treated as a wake up call to those of us continuously running on reserves and...

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Declutter Your Space, Declutter Your Mind

(6) Comments | Posted 5 April 2013 | (01:00)

Many cultures follow ancient traditions of spring-cleaning at the change of the seasons. Clutter in our external environment is often a clue to congestion in our internal world, and letting go of physical things that no longer serve us can have a profound effect on every area of our lives....

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Can Britain Learn to Embrace Power Naps?

(6) Comments | Posted 25 March 2013 | (00:00)

Sleep is one of the most important things our bodies need, yet often what we cut out when we are burning the candle at both ends. If you find yourself fighting fatigue during the day, try taking a power nap.

Research indicates that a short 20-minute snooze is all...

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