Posted 92 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
The winter blues, also known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD), is a common form of depression that is associated with winter time. In the UK alone, one in three people suffer from SAD and the disorder can affect anyone, at any age. Research has linked SAD to the long periods of darkness that we experience during this time of year. SAD can affect your mood and energy levels, leaving you feeling lethargic, irritable and a little blue. Thankfully, there are a number of tried and tested strategies to boost your spirits.
Posted 2213 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Tips
Effective thinking does take a bit of work. It takes a bit of creativity, the ability to generate ideas, identify opportunities and most importantly ways to action them!
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 2388 Days Ago in: Coaching Academy Info, Coaching Academy News, Coaching Articles, Life Coaching Articles
Have you been checking out the weekly Virtual Seminars/Webinars from The Coaching Academy? Since September 2005, The Coaching Academy have run Virtual Seminars every other week during which experts in a whole variety of different areas of interest to coaches have been interviewed.
Posted 2465 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Personal Performance Coaching, Tips
Have you ever wondered why as a child you had all the will in the world to be a superhero or just somebody absolutely fantastic and now as a grown up you seem to have lost the will to live? We’ve lost our motivation and don’t know how to get it back.
Posted 1593 Days Ago in: Tips, Trainer in the Spotlight
Establishing and developing effective communication is vital. In order to be heard and change your environment according to your own thoughts you not only need to be heard, but more importantly, understood.