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Posted 6 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 13 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 didnt 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 307 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Recently, I've noticed there is a word that keeps coming up in the world of personal development. That word is 'Purpose'. But what does this word really mean and if we do know what it means, how do we find it? As a coach, these are two of the questions I most frequently get asked.
Posted 937 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
I'm Sam McDonald a British national currently living in South Africa. I've been coaching informally for many years, never being able to pass by an opportunity to fulfil my passion of assisting someone to get the best out of their life.
Posted 944 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
I'm a firm believer in the power of knowing ones 'purpose' - as an individual and as an organisation. From experience I know that purpose can serve as a powerful motivator and a yardstick for making the hard choices necessary to be successful, but only if it is accompanied by a clear understanding of how you're going to fulfil it and most importantly it is put to practical use in everyday decisions and actions i.e. it is authentic and credible.
Posted 1909 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Tips
How do successful people think? What drives them? If you truly understand their belief systems, levels of commitment and positive attitudes toward life and integrate these ways of thinking into your own belief system you should be able to succeed at anything you put your mind to.
Posted 1085 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Spiritual Coaching is a partnership to create meaningful change, transformation and lasting success in life and business. Its not only about change: its about transformation and not just reaching goals but being present with the process.