Posted 58 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Keeping a daily journal might seem like something for famous thinkers, or even angsty teenagers. However, in an increasingly digital age, taking the time out to put pen to paper and record our experiences, feelings, gratitude and dreams is a powerful tool for personal development.
Posted 86 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Let's talk about what's good and turn the frown into a smile. Put our focus on acting on solutions, not complaints. Acting on what we can control and not complaining about what we cannot control.
Posted 93 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
I hope you enjoy this article from my friend and mentor the late Richard Denny. Bev James
Posted 191 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Ever feel like your life is running you instead of the other way round? The pressures of work can become quite a demand when you are trying to juggle career alongside family, friends, social life and general well-being. There is no magic solution to achieving a better work / life balance, like most processes that will have a positive impact in your life, it is something to be practiced but here are some top tips that should help you along the way.
Posted 233 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
How do successful people think? What drives them? If you truly understand their belief systems, levels of commitment and positive attitudes toward life and integrate these ways of thinking into your own belief system you should be able to succeed at anything you put your mind to.
Posted 275 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
The new year is finally here and were into the full swing of 2018. Many of us have been contemplating our dreams to achieve throughout the following year and beyond. However, Robert Herjavec once said, A goal without a deadline is just a dream. The key this year is to transform our dreams into goals, and then realise them.
Posted 394 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Was there a time when you once said, 'one day I am going to . and then didnt 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.
Posted 1224 Days Ago in: Bev James, Coaching Articles
In a world full of upgrades were constantly asked if wed like to update, renew or update different aspects of our lives. Everywhere we go were invited to sign up for added benefits, replace good with better and discard the old with the new.
Posted 1248 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Sharing someone's moment of success, when their hard work, sacrifice, commitment and single mindedness have brought them the ultimate reward is, for me, quite emotional. When I witness an athlete's podium moment I feel humble, and inspired to be the best I can be - in whatever I do.
Posted 2060 Days Ago in: Bev James, Book Reviews
I think most people underestimate the value of goals, however, the ability to set and achieve goals will determine the success we achieve. In this book, Brian Tracy helps you to set goals and achieve them in record time by following a step by step process.
Posted 1358 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Personal Success, Tips
Our needs include: winning, pride, ego, curiosity, personal power, love, recognition, creativity, success, self-esteem, accomplishment, peer approval, emotional security, belonging, and freedom. Just the knowledge of those needs can help us to identify our own drivers or motivation.