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To Become a Highly Successful Coach
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A must for Business Coaches to read : Part 4 - Managing the C-Style Manager
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A must for Business Coaches to read : Part 3 - Managing the S-Style Manager
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A must for Business Coaches to read : Part 2 - Managing the I-Style Manager
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A must for Business Coaches to read : Part 1 - Managing the D-Style Manager
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How is 2017 going so far? Did you review 2016 with enthusiasm and feel proud of all of the things you achieved? Or did you feel frustrated that you'd spent most of your time stuck on Someday Isle?
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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.
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I've often noticed that the driving force behind indecisiveness usually stems from a fear of being disliked, criticised or failing. Some may find it more comfortable to stay in the 'safety zone' than choose to rock the boat with change.
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How you begin your morning often sets the tone for the rest of your day. When you wake up feeling enthusiastic and energised you're more likely to have a productive and positive day that helps you to perform at 100%. Read our 10 ways to start your day the energised way.
Posted 390 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
It's a beautifully bright November morning, slightly crisp and chilly. The smell of coffee permeates the room, with an undercurrent of treacle from the tarts, somehow in keeping with the ornate splendour of the wall panelling. A hush descends and Bev James asks with a steely stare "What is your goal?". I'm shaking slightly and worry that the others will notice. But 'No' I'm saying to myself 'don't focus on that. I can do this' and so I start.
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Despite differences of detail, all definitions agree that risk has two characteristics: It is related to uncertainty, and it has consequences. If you want the freedom and financial success that entrepreneurship brings, you have to take the risk of losing money in a business start-up.