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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.

What Coaches Need to Know About Team Flow

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by Kate Hammer (UK) A new monograph from Springer Briefs in Well-Being and Quality of Life Research called Team Flow: The Psychology of Optimal Collaboration (2019) contains important findings for coaches, especially those who work on-site with members of a common team. Two leading psychological researchers – Jef J.J.

4 Core Essentials to Attracting Clients

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and Cash Consistently In Your Coaching Business by Yasmin Vorajee (Ireland) When I started out in business, I knew nothing. Even though I had worked in corporate for 12 years, when it came to my own business, I did not have a clue on how to market or sell

Before Building Your Business, Look at Yourself

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by Divya Parekh (USA) ‘Ready! Fire! Aim’ No, the above is not a typo. We have all seen countless movies or TV shows to know the correct expression when shooting something is ‘Ready…Aim…Fire!’ After all, it would be pointless aiming when the shot has already gone off. In my

Mental Toughness for Smarter Business Development

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by Anna Golawski (UK) Working environments today are fast-paced, constantly changing and result in ever increasing demands placed on employees to manage a multitude of tasks and demands which can result in high levels of work related stress. Although the focus of stress in the working environment and its

Techniques to Build your Coaching Business

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by Marta Samson (UK) Do you dream of starting your own business? I know the feeling deep inside when you want to design a coaching business. You might say to yourself it is a saturated industry, but I say there is room for everyone, do you believe that? I

Every Coach Should be Trained in Mindfulness

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by Karolina Little (USA) Coaching is a profession that requires specific competencies, skills and techniques. Best coaches constantly work towards mastering their approaches and tools, learning and exploring more and more so as to offer the best combination for each particular client. The more tools and techniques we master,

How Anger Coaching can Resolve Conflict in Relationships

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by Tanya Heasley (UK) When couples communicate their anger positively, their relationship will grow positively too. While this may be true, many of us struggle to express our anger properly, let alone communicate it positively. However, two main reasons for divorce, is lack of communication and constant arguing, and