By Pam Rigden (United Kingdom) In this series of articles – ‘NLP for Coaches: How to enhance your coaching practice with NLP’ Pam Rigden BSc, MA, NLP Coach and Trainer will be explaining how Coaches can use NLP in their practice to create value for their clients. In this,
By Malcolm Nicholson (United Kingdom) What are the pressures that cause leaders put their health and non work life at risk? Why do so few people see them and even fewer act as examples to a better way of working and living? Coaches need to be aware of what
By Alicia M. Rodriguez (USA) One of the greatest saboteurs my clients face, especially women, is the myth of balance. As a coach to busy people and as an entrepreneur myself, the amount of responsibilities and pressure today can be overpowering. Who has not felt overwhelmed at some time?
By Kim Sawyer (USA) What is Celebration really? A party? A loud exclamation, “Yay!”? Sort of. These are examples of celebration, but what does that concept really mean? Most of us have only a very vague emotional idea of that. Yet the ritual of celebration may be one of
By Lane Cobb (USA) Have you ever noticed how easy it is to sell out on yourself when you are up to big stuff? Have you also noticed how hard it is sometimes to share with others what you are up to, because you do not want them to
By Anne M. Bachrach (USA) Is your life truly in balance? Don’t be so quick to answer yes. Leading a balanced life doesn’t mean living 50/50 between your personal and business lives. It’s about having enough time to do what really matters to you, whether that’s turning a nice
By Michele Armstrong (United Kingdom) In reflecting on my coaching practice over the past 14 years, I asked myself when did I stop ‘life coaching’ and turn my focus to other forms of coaching (e.g. personal, business, executive and leadership coaching to name but a few). It seems that,
By Marcia Reynolds (USA) Many of my coaching clients laugh when the concept of work/life balance is mentioned. They not only think it is an impossible dream, they don’t see it as a desirable goal to pursue. Why should they feel guilty about spending time doing what they love?
By Sandra Miniere (USA) Are you addicted to seeing what is missing in your life instead of the fullness that already exists? After hearing my inner voice give thanks for my lovely home and wishing it had larger rooms and more storage, I had an epiphany. Suddenly I realised
By Ronita Neal (Australia) There has been so much written on the topic of work-life balance. This term seems to have hijacked the national conversation over the last 5 years or so. My question is “what does it mean”? How would I know if I have reached this “mythical”