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The correlation of Yoga & Life Coaching

 Ever since I started practicing Yoga, I believed that Yoga & Life Coaching seem to  overlap that is why I wanted to combine both in my workshops and retreats. Since, the beginning of February I’ve been studying yoga on a … Continue reading

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FAIL= First Attempt In Learning (reframing failure)

All of my life I’ve been working towards success being driven most of the times by my fear of failure, which was actually fear of being exposed, fear of being viewed as a looser, fear to admit that sometimes the … Continue reading

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3 ways to engage your team

Mike Brent and Fiona Dent, in their book ‘The leadership pf teams’, point out that  three things seem to be paramount when it comes to engaging a team: Purpose, Involvement and Appreciation. How do these 3 factors work? Purpose: the … Continue reading

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The value of transactional trust in coaching

One, and maybe the most important, indicator of a successful coaching relationship is trust. A mutual trust between the coach and the coachee. What do both need to trust in? Dennis and Michelle Reina, in their book ‘Trust and Betrayal … Continue reading

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Information Fatigue Syndrome

Today it was the first time I heard about the Information fatigue syndrome defined as the stress that results from having to deal with excessive amounts of information. In a report done by Reuters News Agency called ‘Dying for information?’ … Continue reading

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Success despite Adversity

Last week my friend Michael Robinson talked about success despite adversity on his Saturday’s radio show on microbin radio. Being intrigued by these words, I checked the online Cambridge Dictionary to find out the exact definition of both. So, according … Continue reading

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Opportunity vs Fear

Every new situation involves a challenge. Much as appealing as might seem to be, it requires us to step out of our comfort zone and let go of an old way of doing things. Now, in the era of uncertaintly, … Continue reading

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Creating a New Year that works better

           The year of 2015 is coming to an and. Christmas period is an opportunity for many of us to reflect on the year that is passing by, celebrate with our beloved ones, redefine issues, outline … Continue reading

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Decision vs Solution Focused Coaching

I was recently asked by a founder of a company if decision coaching constitutes a form of solution focused coaching. All I had to do was to explain the differences among them.

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Making Meetings more Rewarding

Attending meetings is an inevitable part of our professional lives. I bet that most of us have left meetings feeling drained, confused and uncertain of what to do. David Wethey in his book, ‘Decide. Better ways of making better decisions’, … Continue reading

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