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Eleven Truths About Coaching

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By Betska K-Burr The world is experiencing the multiple benefits of having a Coach who creates an environment where all things are possible. This list of eleven truths about coaching is a collection of voices who are coaching as entrepreneurs, inside corporations and in the home. Here they are

Happily Ever After

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by Magda Niculescu (Romania) Truth or myth? 9 tips about becoming a successful coach A lot of people I am meeting lately are flirting with the idea of changing their career and becoming a professional coach. The motives are diverse and often a mix of: not relating with the purpose of

What can a COACH do for me?

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by Denisa Alexa This is a key question in understanding the role of a coach. The challenge can be on a personal or professional level. It can be about you and your lover (or the search for one), you and your boss, your colleagues and your career (or the

Connecting with Your Purpose

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by Christine Charles (United Kingdom) Coaching, what is it? That’s certainly the question I was asking almost a decade ago whilst searching for my purpose in life. I always knew that I wanted to help others, but didn’t know what that would look like, so I happily bumbled along

Cognitive Load Theory- and How You Can Use It

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By Michael de Val (United Kingdom) Coaching others to be excellent presenters poses challenges. Cognitive Load Theory can offer some fruitful ideas to help leaders, coaches and mentors understand how to get the message across better. Have you ever tried to commit information to memory while doing something else?

Life Coaching dot Wealth in a Digital Marketplace

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By Alina Tudorache (Romania) Today I need you to get ready to find out how personal effectiveness can impact current situations in your life. But first, take some time and think about the following: Have you had enough with those financial solutions leading nowhere? Have you invested in different

Draw a tree… but not a pine tree

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By Cedric Lefebvre (Belgium) "If you please... draw me a sheep!"  This celebrated phrase taken from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s book The Little Prince brilliantly illustrates the concepts of depiction, imagination and perpetual differentiation, but we will develop other concepts with the tree test and an examination of its application