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NLP – Simply Put!

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) NLP or to use its full term of ‘Neuro-linguistic programming’ is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created by Richard Bandler and John Grindler in the 1970s. In 1972 Richard Bandler, an undergraduate student of psychology; approached John Grindler, an Assistant Professor

Marketing – what’s that?

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) It is the challenge every small business faces.  Working with quasi-government organisations in the UK many years ago gave me the opportunity to understand that small businesses are sometimes created out of necessity and not out of understanding what it means to start and

Holistic Coaching

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) Holistic Coaching is about being aware of the client’s whole being. As a spiritual coach this means being aware of the client’s whole life as well as their mind, their body, and their spirit. The word holistic comes from the word holism which in

Holistic Wholeness

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By Barbara J. Cormack & Dawn Ann Campbell (France) In a Coach Radio International partnership every month Dawn (health coach) and Barbara (spiritual coach) explore holistic wellness, and they believe that this is a great way to kick-start 2016. Delving into deeper issues, we want to continue exploring deeper

Can a Coach be a Mentor?

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By: Barbara J. Cormack (France) What’s the reason for asking this question?  It’s simple – the skills that every Coach develops as part of their training can be used by Mentors.  So what makes a Mentor? In March, 2015 I presented a webinar for the IIC&M where I asked

Attraction

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By: Barbara J. Cormack (France) Coaching is a people industry and it’s true when they say that ‘people buy from people’. Not only being involved in gathering research material about business; I work with a number of small businesses and I run lectures for people who either want to start

Career of your choice!

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) From the earliest memories of your childhood you will remember the days when you said ‘I want to be … when I grow up!’  Everyone is entitled to choose their own career, but as a coach, I often hear people talk about ‘the career my