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About Editor Lovelia

As editor of ICN, Lovelia is responsible for approving articles that iCN subscribers read in our online magazine. She makes sure that everything in the publication is laid out in such a way that readers, subscribers, writers and advertisers are able to express and relate to one another. She also handles design and implement marketing and advertising campaign. Organise and run online product launches and liaising with other team members on a regular basis. Lovelia manages all iCN International journalists worldwide.

Take Control of Your Discovery Call

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and Convert More Prospects to Paying Clients by Glen Oliveiro (Singapore) Nothing can compare to your passion to help your coaching clients overcome their obstacles and reach their goals. And nothing beats the sense of fulfilment you experience when they do. When a prospective client book that initial discovery

The Wheel of Life

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by Ashley Gordon & Brian Tregunna (UK) Ashley Gordon and Brian Tregunna explain about the importance of having a broad range of coaching skills and the tool they often use to help new clients prioritise their needs. We often find that when we first meet with new clients that

Using the Wheel of Life as a Lever for Balance

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by Sarah Haté (France) In my experience as a performance coach, a successful tool is one that can be adapted to a wide range of situations. The clients that I have already had the privilege to coach belong to various socioeconomic backgrounds, have had diverse reasons for wanting to

Turning on your P.R.O.F.I.T.S Tap

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The 7 secrets to Generating Revenue in Your Business by Steve Jones (UK) Having spent numerous years coaching, training and mentoring businesses of all shapes and sizes several things have become very clear to me. A business is limited by the thinking of its owner or leadership team and

Improve Your Results with Appreciative Coaching

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by Andy Smith (UK) A while ago I was interviewing a fellow coach for some research I was doing in creating an online course. Later that day I was pleasantly surprised to see that she had posted on her Facebook page: ‘What an amazingly enlightening conversation I had this

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