Posted 1431 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Whether it's a fear of failure, fear of being successful or fear of change it may sometimes seem easier to give into our fears and turn AWAY from our goals rather than making a choice which could have the potential to change things for the better. Life can push us into making difficult decisions but if we continuously hand over our power to our fears, it's likely that we'll end up on a path of missed opportunities, regret and disappointment.
Posted 1957 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
I was fortunate to be able to have the opportunity of studying for my performance diploma and NLP practitioner through The Coaching Academy. I found both courses together gave me a complete understanding of how we allow our thoughts to control what we are doing. How the simplest of sentences could tear a life apart and change your direction.
Posted 1978 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
One of the exercises that I use with clients is the "but why?" challenge. Whether you have children or not, you are bound to remember this phase either from using it yourself or hearing it on repeat by someone else's child.
Posted 2993 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
For those who are already familiar with the world of DO IT! OR DITCH IT, Iím delighted to announce the official launch date of my new app. Drum roll pleaseÖ For a limited time period, the DO IT! OR DITCH IT app will be completely free to download.
Posted 2993 Days Ago in: Corporate Coaching Articles, Executive Coaching Articles, TCA Corporate
If you could read minds, hear what people were thinking, see their thoughts and feel their emotions...how great would that be?! OK, in some situations it might not be all that great, you might find out some things you would rather not know about! However, apply that superpower to dealing with your customers and just think how beneficial that could be to you!
Posted 2298 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Life Coaching Articles, Personal Success, Tips
No one can see the future, yet we all must plan to be best prepared for the future. The decisions that we make aren't based on seeing the future, but on our knowledge and past experiences. Here's how you can get better at thinking ahead.