by Ruby McGuire (UK) I don’t know about you, but it can sometimes be uncomfortable sharing things that you believe in when you think others might judge you. For example, you might share your political views or your spiritual views, and then you worry what might people might think.
by Gary Gasaway (USA) As a Professional Life Coach specialising in conflict, the coaching session is one the most important functions of my business. Without an applicable model, identifying and resolving my clients’ conflict is very limited and not nearly as effective. When I developed this model and my
by Keith Merron (USA) The world of medicine offers a powerful metaphor for the journey of transformation. In medicine, there are two primary forms of care: allopathic and holistic. Allopathic care, the dominant form in Western medicine, focuses on the relief of symptoms. In Western medicine, almost all illnesses
by Rosen Rashkov – iCN Journalist (Bulgaria) ‘Chaos! Chaos begins to affect and rule me. I create drama with myself because I start looking inside of me for a guilt, not for solutions. My real goal is to manage the chaos. ‘- This is part of the request for
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by Richard Boston (UK) Most coaching clients are facing increasing amounts of change, complexity, uncertainty and ambiguity. What if there was a simple but highly effective way to help us all – clients and coaches alike – to ‘upgrade’ our capacity to deal with all that complexity? Have you
by Sarah Haté (France) ‘The cause of ALL negative emotions is a disruption in the body’s energy system’ Gary Craig Imagine that you are coaching a client and each time you start talking about her limiting beliefs or the things that are holding her back, she begins talking about
by Barbara Mutedzi (Zimbabwe) Use what resonates with you: I was introduced to the word intersectionality in my graduate classes in Medical Anthropology. The word allowed me to go beyond an understanding that as human beings, we are all different through the many and unique experiences we have in
by Valentino Virsescu (Romania) Over the years, as the technological leap and the fast-paced evolution of our society has been putting more pressure on our daily lives and profession, more people than ever turn to self-development and coaching. Due to the challenging times of this year, people have been
by Richard Boston (UK) What if three seemingly-simple words could open new doors in your coaching – not just for your clients, but for you as a coach? ARC has come full circle for me. It started as three words that summed up my own coaching approach. Then I