iCN Issue 6

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Universal Communication

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By Barbara J. Cormack (United Kingdom) ‘‘If you think you can do a thing or think you can't do a thing, you're right.” Henry Ford (1863 – 1947) Everyone is entitled to happiness, health, wealth, love, friendship, true expression, and peace of mind; but many don’t achieve the things

What does the Complete Coach look like?

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By Gail Morgan (United Kingdom) What is the most overlooked ‘missing piece’ when helping individuals with confidence and achievement goals? (Particularly when coaching on public speaking nerves, interview technique &/or self-assurance in the workplace.) It is how the individual presents themselves. We are probably all familiar with, and no doubt

Four Creativity Coaching Tools that Promote Self-Esteem

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By Jill Badonsky, M.Ed. (USA) How we feel about ourselves determines the decisions we make, the ventures we risk, and ultimately, how we navigate the course of our life. A high self-esteem fuels initiation and follow-through – it defies the limitations that keep us stuck. Conversely, low self-regard keeps

Are You and Your Clients Dying to Live?

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By Ken Keis (Canada) What are your stress and wellness levels? Will they cause you to die young or at least underperform and reduce your quality of life? “Health is not valued till sickness comes.” Dr. Thomas Fuller, British Physician 1654 – 1734 Health - The condition of being

BOOK REVIEW of Parlez-vous Personality?

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By Anita Mountain (United Kingdom) Process communication for coaches by Collignon G., Legrand P. and Parr J. This book is a “must read” for anyone who wishes to improve their communications skills.  It offers an in-depth approach to relating with others within a positive psychological framework. Whilst the original

Finding Your Unique Style

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By Robert Holmes (Australia) Just how important is it to find your unique style? In the world of peacocks and tuna fish, it’s life and death. The male has to stand out against the crowd! In the highly competitive environment of coaching, it is important for us to find our