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This week, our wonderful coach, Lisa Lopez sat down and shared with us her amazing coaching journey and how coaching awakened and set her free to a new life. Lisa finally found herself looking at life through a new set of eyes…
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We recently had the opportunity to catch up with our lovely coach and business psychologist, Berta Maso, for a quick Q&A session in this week’s Coach in The Spotlight column. We hope you enjoy…
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To begin our brand new 'My Clients' Success Story Series’, we asked TCA’s Coach and Parent Coach of The Year 2015, Sharon Lawton to share her story of how coaching has changed her clients’ lives. We hope you enjoy it…
Posted 68 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
'It has been a truly transformative journey’ - as our wonderful coach and mother of 5 children, Sayyida Bano shares with us this week her inspiring coaching journey and how coach helped her overcome her challenges and limiting beliefs and empowered her to transform other people’s lives. For Sayyida, investing in one’s own personal development is priceless, and she is so glad that she did.
Posted 96 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
This week, our passionate coach, Stella Maher, shares with us her inspiring story of how Coaching rebooted her life helping her to regain her self-esteem and beliefs. Stella is living her dream of helping other people overcome their own limiting beliefs and fulfill their potential.
Posted 103 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
This week, our passionate coach, Dariusz Zurek, shares his remarkable coaching journey and how Coaching opened a door for him to a happy and fulfilling career and far beyond.
Posted 117 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
This is my story. I can’t believe I’ve only been coaching a year, but it feels so natural now. I feel like I’ve been doing it much longer…
Posted 145 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
What if the only thing that’s really worth doing is the vision that comes from your heart? How do you find that vision? How do you express it? And how do you make it so compelling that you are suddenly able to overcome all the things that may have been stopping you from doing it and transform your life? As coaches, helping our clients do this is a challenge.
Posted 215 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Going back to early 2015, as a consequence of reassessing life I decided to quit my full-time job, which I had been doing for almost 15 years. The main driver behind my decision was that I wanted to be around for my 92-year-old mum, who lived with us and also look after our granddaughter 2 days a week when her mum returned to work. So, April 2015 began a new season, as I reflect it was quite a challenge caring for a 92-year-old and a 9-month-old. One, increasing in independence and curiosity of the world around them and the other, with a degree of reluctance, was becoming more dependent.
Posted 222 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
About 5 years ago, I was in a career rut and was questioning everything about what I was doing. I had been a Primary School teacher for nearly 20 years, had taken a break to raise my daughter and was really struggling to get back in to it because everything had moved on apace. But I didn’t think there was anything else I could do. Eventually I contacted a Life Coach, called David Jessop. I began working with him and, as well as coaching me to move forward, that led to him working with me in school with the children. He inspired me so much I decided I wanted to do what he did.
Posted 362 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Whenever someone asks how you are, how do you reply? “I’m great!”, “I’m fab, thanks!” or something else equally as positive and enthusiastic? Or is it more often the case that you reply with “I’m ok”, “I’m getting there”, or “Not bad”? If we’re being honest with ourselves, many of us tend towards the latter. Why? Because we’re settling for lives that are less happy than they could be.