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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.


Coach Spiros Giannatos

Growing Our Mindset
by Spiros Giannatos

"I am stupid. I am worthless"
Do you know the feeling after you have called yourself stupid?

* Perhaps you are calling yourself names because you didn't get that job or promotion.
* Perhaps because you shouted (for the tenth time) to your kids when you actually know it was not their fault.


Coach Spiros Giannatos

Gratitude Journal
by Spiros Giannatos

Have you ever kept a gratitude journal?


The idea behind such a journal is to contemplate on your past day and write down the things that you are grateful for.


Personally, every night before I go to bed, I write the 3 things during my day that made me smile.


Coach Obi Okolo

Breathe...
by Obi Okolo

A Stress-free Breath of Life

From nowhere to nowhere, birth to death or rebirth, all that really matters is now here; ironically ‘now here’ being the two words that make up nowhere. With ‘now’ denoting time and ‘here’ denoting space, time being the reverse of space in a time-space continuum of present moments, it is a continuum in which the only time there really ever is - is NOW, and the only space there really ever is - is HERE; all relative to perception.


Coach Steve Paul

Metaphors in coaching
by Steve Paul

The recently published research findings by Nationwide Building Society that 'many primary school-age children say they have never visited traditional high street shops' has interesting implications for those of us in the coaching profession.


Coach Alex Croucher

Mental fitness in sport
by Alex Croucher

I love how the power of the mind in sport can be harnessed to be your super power, it can break your opponents, it can take you to the next level, but for most it is the biggest limiter. It is an area that is over looked by so many athletes and teams.


Coach Kanika Tandon

How to deal with overwhelm
by Kanika Tandon

Recently, at a workshop this past weekend, us coaches got discussing tips on how to tackle overwhelm. It is a common theme with my clients and even I sometimes feel overwhelmed with the work that I put on my plate (but getting over it).


Coach Nargis Ahmad

How to be the celebrity of your own life
by Nargis Ahmad

Do you ever feel like you are playing a supporting role in your own life?

I’m here to tell you, you can change that. Sometimes, many women can feel like they are not the star of their own lives.


Coach Andrew Cunningham

Seven Ingredients To Develop The New Habit You’ve Always Dreamt About
by Andrew Cunningham

https://www.andrew-cunningham.co.uk/post/seven-ingredients-to-develop-the-new-habit-you-ve-always-dreamt-about


Coach Ibrahim Mango

The Five Pillars of Happiness
by Ibrahim Mango

(Uploaded with permission from original publisher: Family Flavours Magazine)


Just as we do not have a single indicator telling us how our car is performing, we don’t just have one indicator to tell us how well we are doing.


Coach Nargis Ahmad

How to save money fast
by Nargis Ahmad

1) Pay yourself first – This is one of the best ways to save money fast. Rather than waiting to the end of the month to save (when there will be little cash left), I always move some money the day after payday.


Coach Helen Wong

What is mindful eating?
by Helen Wong

Mindful eating is focusing on what we are eating and how we are eating. It is feeling food in your mouth, in your stomach and feeling the pleasure of eating. It is a long-term sustainable approach to eating, where weight loss and being disease-free is the by-product of this approach.


Coach Helen Wong

Where we store fat
by Helen Wong

Jelly tummy...Thunder thighs... Bingo Wings...all terms that we jokingly refer to our unwanted wobbly bits.

We spend so much time looking in the mirror, analyzing and agonizing over our body shape.


Coach Radka Bartuskova

Importance of Knowing Your Personal Values
by Radka Bartuskova

Personal values are critical to a fulfiling life and integrity. They are our internal reference for what we value most in our lives. We can use them as a standard for our behaviour and a way of doing things in our personal and work-life.


Coach Jackie Ngu

The Power of Passion
by Jackie Ngu

I came across a post on LinkedIn which showed a young 12 year old boy dressed as a railway worker for World Book Day. His passion is trains and anything relating to trains. This was posted by his Proud Mum.