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My Coaching Journey – By Sruti Kanabar

My journey with The Coaching Academy started back in July 2015 when I came across an advert for TCA’s free 2-day Coaching event on the Facebook app on my phone whilst being on my train back home.

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How Different Personalities Deal With Conflict – By Dave Pill

The more I work with DISC, the more I love it….. and when you consider I’ve been working with it since 1992 you have to realise, there’s a whole lotta love!

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I Have Found My Passion And Purpose – by James Lewis

My journey to become a professional coach started in October 2015.

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Coach in The Spotlight – Oriel Camp

'Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony.’ - Mahatma Gandhi

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Boosting Self-Esteem for Teens - By Bev James

Self-esteem is a make-up of the thoughts, feelings and opinions we hold about ourselves, over time these habits of negative thinking can create beliefs about how we see ourselves and dent our self-worth. These beliefs however aren’t fixed and can change, depending on the way we think.

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GROW Model Infographic – From The Coaching Academy

The GROW (Goal, Reality, Options, Will/Way forward) model is the most common and widely used coaching tool. It enables the coach to structure a coaching conversation and deliver a meaningful result logically and effectively. GROW needs to be practised but once mastered is incredibly adaptable to many different coaching styles and scenarios.

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Why it’s great to be a Business Coach - by Adrian Webb

Business coaching is an incredibly rewarding lifestyle business.

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My Journey into Coaching - by Sarah Howarth

I have worked in the education sector for most of my professional life, initially teaching and latterly as a senior manager for over 18 years. My first interest in coaching was through a short training course at work and I found that coaching approaches fit with my desire to always help all people to achieve the best they can for themselves.

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I Have Now Found My Calling In Life – by Miriam Cuddihy

What an amazing journey The Coaching Academy has taken me on! My initial interest was in taking the NLP Practitioner course and with an abundance of NLP providers in the market place. I was delighted to come across a Free 2-day Foundation in Life Coaching Course with The Coaching Academy which I attended in February 2016.

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Seven Wonders of Achievement – by David Finney

Was there a time when you once said, 'one day I am going to ….…’ and then didn’t get round to do whatever it was you said you were going to? Maybe that day has now come; when we set ourselves goals we face an interesting dilemma: do we make the goal small that it can be easily achieved or do we make it so large that it feels too big to conquer? When facing a career or lifestyle crossroads, there are numerous things to consider.

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My Studies Have Changed My Life – by Penny Barker

My self-development journey has taken me full circle through a career as a veterinary surgeon, programme manager and management consultant and back again. My first experience of coaching was on the Leadership Programme for one of the Big 4 consultancy companies. I was writing my business case for promotion and through the coaching process, I realised that whilst it was a great job that paid well, it didn’t fit in with my personal values. I wasn’t desperately unhappy, but something just wasn’t right. I ended up writing my business case to leave the firm and return to vetting, taking a considerable salary cut but doing something I loved.

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