By Lukasz Wieczorek (Poland) Many of us have life passions, hobbies, or interests. Some appear already in the early years, the others we discover much later. Some of them last nearly throughout all our life, whereas others are as an intense flare-up – they appear as quickly as they
By Jean Gilhead (Spain) As most of us know, conventional medicine places high importance on the concept of the medical ‘specialist’. The idea is that each component of a body needs a particular person with a specialist skill to fix something when it breaks down. This is a relatively
By Karen Meager and John McLachlan (United Kingdom) It seems that anyone who’s anyone has a Coach nowadays. And with good reason, working with a Coach can help you plan your career, make good decisions impacting your life, challenge your thinking and overcome obstacles that get in the way
By Mindy Gibbins-Klein (United Kingdom) We all have a compulsion to strive for others’ acknowledgement and recognition for our achievements. To get this recognition, we must share our ideas and accomplishments with the world. Mindy Gibbins-Klein explains how to do this. Why do most people refrain from expressing themselves?
By Tim Levy (USA) A single event can awaken within us a stranger totally unknown to us To live is to be slowly born… Antoine de Saint-Exupéry There is a moment, a powerful moment, in which, as a life coach, you can actually see and feel a person changing
By Gary R. Gasaway (USA) Coaching is the essence of knowing the strengths of the individual and then identifying the limitations to improve that individual to be the best they can possibly be. Coaching is a co-creative partnership. There is no true authority figure – just the client and
By Kathryn Price (Australia) What makes you an expert in your field? Deep knowledge of your subject matter, a breadth of experience, and dedication to ensuring you remain au fait with current research and trends affecting your sector all play a part. If you’re a seasoned operator who ticks
By Kelly Clifford (United Kingdom) Spending too much time on non-chargeable work. We’ve all had it happen, or at least I know I have many times in the early days. People come to you asking for a "quick favour" or can I "pick your brains" on something. Then the
By Adele McCormack (United Kingdom) Many of us can relate to the fact that we are drawn to certain careers based on our historical experiences, which in turn forms our values, and ultimately shapes us for the type of professional that we become, or at least aspire to become.
By Malka Ahern (USA) Recently after an initial session with a new client I received an email containing the following… “I have to tell you that the most impressive aspect of our session tonight was that you didn't "give up" on us. If someone had told me what I