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Posted 45 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Why people are prescribing nature for burnout - By Dawn Breslin

Nature is instrumental for our wellbeing, and people report feeling significantly happier outdoors than they do indoors. Despite this, we are spending less and less time in nature and it is playing a smaller role in our cultural landscape.

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Posted 153 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Schoolchildren use the word stress regularly, research suggests

Young people, aged between 8 and 11, regularly use the word 'stress', new research suggests. A survey of 1,000 children in England found that 9 in 10 of the respondents use the word stress often. Furthermore, 90% of children felt that their parents are 'not there' because they are distracted by their phone.

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Posted 366 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

5 unexpected benefits of journaling

Keeping a daily journal might seem like something for famous thinkers, or even angsty teenagers. However, in an increasingly digital age, taking the time out to put pen to paper and record our experiences, feelings, gratitude and dreams is a powerful tool for personal development.

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Posted 443 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

7 Simple Ways to Stay Calm and Focused - From The Coaching Academy

States affect our ability to perform to our best, when under stress our performance can drop by 20-30%. Learning how to manage your state will leave you feeling more in control of the external influences that impact on our general well-being and capability to perform, experiencing both the highs and lows, whilst knowing that you have a choice of how you react to any given experience.

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Posted 1143 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

5 Ways to make a bad day better

Sometimes we can have a bad day where things may not always go to plan. When we have a 'bad day' it can be unsettling and if we allow ourselves to dwell in these thoughts it can lead to feelings of frustration or sadness. If you want to break out of a bad day and turn things around, below are 5 ways to make a bad day better.

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Posted 1514 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

7 Steps To Staying Cool, Calm and Collected - By John Dyer, Life Coach

In today's world, more people are finding it harder to cope with day to day stress. Regardless of occupation, seniority, or salary, we're spending more of our days feeling drained and out of control, instead of focused and calm.

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Posted 2557 Days Ago in: Continuous Professional Development, CPD for Coaches

Introduction to HeartMath

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Posted 2669 Days Ago in: Coach Spotlight, In The Spotlight, Success Stories

Coach In The Spotlight - Lildonia Lawrence

My academic background is in Psychology and prior to becoming a coach I had always worked in support roles within caring organizations. I decided to do my personal performance coaching diploma in October 2010; at that time I was working two jobs and was also running my own dance fitness business in the evenings and weekends. Doing both was tiring- I knew something was going to have to give but I felt a constant conflict between two arenas which I loved: dance fitness and psychology & support work.

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Posted 1430 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Ten Steps to Improve your Emotional Intelligence

You may have heard the term Emotional Intelligence (EI or EQ), but what actually is it? What does it mean in practice? And more importantly, how can you use it to help your clients?

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Posted 1662 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

What is spiritual coaching?

Spiritual Coaching is a partnership to create meaningful change, transformation and lasting success in life and business. Itís not only about change: itís about transformation and not just reaching goals but being present with the process.

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