Posted 29 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
This week our accomplished and talented coach, Barbara Guignard who speaks 5 languages fluently, shared with us her inspiring journey and how coaching truly enhanced her career. Within 10 months of studying alongside her busy full-time business consulting job, Barbara completed TCA Personal Performance Diploma and set up her own coaching business within 4 months after qualifying. Coaching has become a big part of her life and remarkably empowered her self-discovery and belief. Barbara believes motivation is the key to success and for her, having a full-time job should not be a barrier to one’s entrepreneurial aspirations.
Posted 134 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Special thanks to our passionate coach, Adrian Wales for sharing his remarkable coaching journey this week. 3 years down the road and it was so worth it for Adrian – qualified with Distinctions in both Personal Performance Coaching and Small Business Diplomas and has done around 400 coaching sessions with his clients. It is the wonder of coaching that Adrian found and truly loved - for him, coaching was the journey, rather than the destination and he still learns every day and continues to invest in his own personal development.
Posted 2318 Days Ago in: Coach Spotlight, In The Spotlight, Success Stories
I was signed up for the Personal Performance Diploma with The Coaching Academy (TCA)! So what happened? Well I saw the free 2 day course advertised and I thought it looked really interesting and a lot of fun and I had heard a bit about this ‘magic’ called coaching so I thought I would go along.
Posted 2374 Days Ago in: Coach Plus Articles, Coaching Articles, Corporate Coaching Articles, PR
Social media gives you the opportunity to monitor what’s being said about your coaching business online, for better or worse. No matter what you sell, chances are that social media can help you reach a wider audience with your message.
Posted 2395 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Life Coaching Articles
As the UK summer is in its final days, the bank holiday is over and many of us are suffering from holiday blues; it's a prime time to increase motivation and make running your coaching business like a holiday. It is an interesting fact that most people spend longer planning a two-week holiday than they do planning their workload during the other fifty weeks of the working year. Why is that? It is because they want to make maximum use of their time. They want to get maximum value for money.
Posted 2409 Days Ago in: Bev James, Coaching Articles, Tips