iCN Issue 7

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How Brain Gender Affects Relationship Coaching

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By Robert Holmes (Australia) Have you ever observed that one client appears to be very responsive to your coaching, and another is very reserved? They both get great outcomes, but one of them comes across as a kind of resistance. It surprises you when, after the coaching, they say

Every Moment of Every Day!

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) Relationships are in everything that you do!  Whether the relationship is with yourself, someone very close to you or some you don’t know, each relationship comes with its own characteristics. What is a relationship?  It is said to be a connection between two people,

Relationship Coaching

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By Ashutosh Tewari (India) The Titanic was a ship which was built not to sink. However, even its engineering marvel did not help it from sinking. An iceberg hit did not prevent its steel structure from splitting into two and thereafter, sinking to the ocean floor. All but a

Breakthrough Research on What Makes Relationships Work

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By Ken Keis (Canada) Relationship: The state of being related or interrelated; the relation connecting or binding participants in a relationship; a state of affairs existing between those having relations or dealings Most of what is taught about making a personal relationship work is wrong! Once in a while,

Self-Perception & ‘The Relationship to Self’

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By Scott Hardie (Australia) Many years ago, at an unknown date and time, the old adage of, ‘if you don’t love yourself, how can you expect anyone else to love you’ came into existence. Though the years and generations have passed, this phrase, perhaps, has never been truer. Our

Relationships

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By Joe Abraham (USA) One of my favourite sayings [author unknown] goes as follows. “The best thing about business is people. The worst thing about business is people.” Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ll find yourself nodding in agreement. Relationships can be the most energizing (and)

SOCIAL vs RELATIONSHIPS

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By Jen Gash (United Kingdom) How to recognise the difference, get out there, have fun and be seen! There is so much great advice for coaches out there: get a website, be active on social media, write articles, develop expertise, develop online products, but if you are not careful,