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Coach Sarah Thayer

Covid19: When Pain Is Our Teacher
by Sarah Thayer

Here's a little poem which 'dropped-in' a few days ago, so I thought I'd share with this community.

When Pain is Our Teacher

When we are ill, we often seek
A potion, a pill to keep us asleep.


Coach Sarah Thayer

Coronavirus: Is It Time For Change In Our Challenging Times of Change?
by Sarah Thayer

If like many people in social isolation or practicing social distancing during the worldwide coronavirus outbreak right now, you'd like to use this time to reflect on your life, your values and where you'd like to go next, www.


Coach Claire Mackenzie

Why you should consider having a life coach
by Claire Mackenzie

I wish I’d known about the benefits of coaching sooner. I remember a time about 15 years when I was in a broken relationship and struggling. As quickly as we had bought a house, acquired two cats and meshed our lives and friends together, we were signing legal documents and unpicking our joined at the hip world.


Coach Ignas Genys

5 habits to raise your EQ (Emotional Intelligence)
by Ignas Genys

PAUSE

Getting to feel your emotions means becoming more subtle. It is noticing what you haven’t noticed before. Your emotions have always been there but you haven’t noticed them because your mind is too ‘coarse’.


Coach Ignas Genys

The Tribe: Create Your Community Of Men
by Ignas Genys

Back at the time over a year ago, when me and five other men gathered together and made commitment to meet every month and talk about what truly matters, I felt somewhat skeptical about it. At that time I had an avalanche of work and even one minute for myself was a challenge.


Coach David Kendrick

6 Ways to Increase Your Energy Levels Naturally
by David Kendrick

Low energy is one of the most common health challenges facing people today. With the high-octane and distraction-filled environment we find ourselves in today’s society, it is all too easy to feel the need to consume large amounts of stimulants and sweets to help us get through the day.


Coach Jon prince

Want more discipline? Do this
by Jon prince

Do you want to achieve your goals, but find it hard to stay on track?

I've been there. Being consistent can feel hard, if not impossible.

Trying to make yourself go to the gym, promising yourself you'll say no to things you don't want to do and spending less time on social media all require will power.


Coach Olivier Severs

Free Weight loss & Nutrition Accountability Coaching Pilot Program
by Olivier Severs

Weight loss / Nutrition Beta Coaching Program - 100% Free

Do you need help with weight loss or nutrition?

I am offering a Free Beta Test weight loss & nutrition accountability coaching for execs in exchange for feedback and testimonials.


Coach Olivier Severs

How meditation can help you in your business and career
by Olivier Severs

HOW BRAIN FREQUENCIES AFFECT OUR EMOTIONS..

During your normal waking state, when you are alert and doing the things you do in daily life, your brain typically operates at a frequency known as Beta.


Coach Elena Krechko

Five laws of love
by Elena Krechko

Five laws of love:
1. Law of Adoption
We comprehend it when we accept life as a gift from our parents. Just. Never. And in this space we learn the wisdom that Love is a Gift. For him, you do not need to give anything in return.


Coach Sarah Thayer

New Year, New You?
by Sarah Thayer

Things can always feel positive at the start of something new, especially when we're motivated to begin. But, how do we stay motivated? We all know that a New Year often brings with it, hope for a better life, a brand new start and the shedding of our 'old ways'.


Coach Claire Mackenzie

Is being selfish, selfish?
by Claire Mackenzie

I have a guilty TV secret – Celebrity Get Me Out of Here. Every year, along with much of the UK, I enjoy the witty repartee of Ant & Dec and getting to know the campmates, seeing their relationships develop over the weeks as they endure endless trials and living on the jungle diet of rice and beans.


Coach Claire Mackenzie

What am I waiting for?
by Claire Mackenzie

What causes that stuck feeling, a reluctance to start a task or feeling there is never enough time. I’ve spent many hours watching Ted talks and googling articles about time management, time boxing and time effectiveness trying to answer this question and not doing the task I meant to be doing!

Procrastination is defined as the action of delaying or postponing something.


Coach Sarah Thayer

The Best Time to Begin a New Beginning
by Sarah Thayer

You're probably here because you want things to change.
Most of us want to see outer changes in our lives, but eventually, we come to realise that it's often our inner lives that require adjustment before we can see the outer-world change.


Coach Hellena Ajani

You are YOUR responsibility!
by Hellena Ajani

Would you consider YOURSELF as part of your regular responsibility or simply the vehicle that enables you to fulfil your responsibilities? Did you know that the first set of responsibility you have is to yourself? When was the last time you took responsibility for yourself! Not the kind of responsibility you have to USE you for but the kind which YOU have to do for your very person.


Coach Karl Pinnock

Sounds Like A “You” Problem.
by Karl Pinnock

Working in this field of change, one thing that has fascinated me is the number of colourful reasons that people are unable to reach their true potential.

It always starts with, If it wasn’t for .


Coach Steve Paul

Moving forward - what does that mean in coaching?
by Steve Paul

Coaching is often associated with the ‘talking therapies’, but while I agree it does involve talking (and listening) I firmly believe that the fundamental purpose of coaching is about moving forward.


Coach Spiros Giannatos

Obstacle or Excuse?
by Spiros Giannatos

Yesterday, a client of mine kept on saying how difficult it is to find time for him amidst work, chores and kids. His goal is to run 2 times per week, so he becomes fitter.

But, every single time that I ask him how the run was, he replies that he couldn't go.


Coach Spiros Giannatos

What is the Worst Thing that Could Happen?
by Spiros Giannatos

Usually, when we want to bring a change into our lives, we are afraid.

We are afraid that something bad will happen; that we will fail, that we will lose someone, that we will never be able to return to the place that we started.


Coach Spiros Giannatos

Changing Our Perspective
by Spiros Giannatos

Just imagine this for a moment.

It's Monday morning, you walk out of your door with a fast pace and you reach your driveway, only to find a flat tire at your car. Obviously, you will feel frustrated about the event, maybe angry and perhaps stressed because you will be late for work.