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Coach Bernadett Halaj

Move Be Moved
by Bernadett Halaj


‘I had to make you uncomfortable otherwise you would never have moved.’
-Universe-

This was shared with me a couple of days ago, thought to share it with you, you who stumbles upon it.


Coach Phoebus Apostolidis

The ultimate way to stop the environment from affecting you
by Phoebus Apostolidis

Let's be honest the environment we live in affect us whether we like it or not. Whether it has to do with the people we are surrounded with, the circumstances in society or the weather. We get affected.


Coach Julieanne Steel

Advice for clients working online
by Julieanne Steel

A guide for people starting to see their coach/counsellor online.

COVID-19 has changed our lives. One of the many things it’s changed is how we attend our counselling sessions. Weekly trips to our counsellor’s consulting room, have been replaced (for the time being) with video calls or voice calls, text, email or instant messages.


Coach Genevieve Burley

What's Your System? (Part 1)
by Genevieve Burley

Here's the deal. We cannot control or predict what will happen to us; nor can we fully understand ourselves.

Some find this most irksome. Others are less bothered and perhaps agree with Joseph Campbell when he says: "We must give up the lives we were planning, in order to have the lives that are waiting for us.


Coach Genevieve Burley

On Wanting Happiness
by Genevieve Burley

I have been thinking about happiness these past few weeks. In particular, how I fail on all of the traditional and major metrics of "getting it together", owning no home and having no marriage, children numbering the statistical average, pet dog, stable and established career and, most upsetting of all, I still haven't learnt how to make a hummus that isn't bland.


Coach Andreea Rus

How to make a change in your life?
by Andreea Rus

Everything that needs to be changed, first needs to be accepted.
Read that again
Let’s say you want to change your lifestyle because you are so out of shape and you start to feel the consequences of not taking care of your body, mind and soul.


Coach Russell Bates

10 Reasons Why Coaching Is So Powerful
by Russell Bates

One reason why coaching is so powerful is that as people, we don’t know what we don’t know. ?It can take someone with a fresh perspective, knowledgeable insight, & developed experience to come in and help us see what we don’t know to look for.


Coach Alex Taylor

The power of trust: how to build valuable relationships.
by Alex Taylor

It’s not what you know, it’s who you know. This is a well-used expression describing the advantages of developing strong networks to further one’s cause. While many people take pride in achieving success independently, the truth is that they are less likely to succeed without support.


Coach Genevieve Burley

Living: A Collection of Small Details
by Genevieve Burley

Small details comprise a morning and a life. This is what Emily St. John Mandel writes in her book, the apocalyptic masterpiece Station Eleven, as she describes the final morning of the catalytic character, Arthur Leander:

"He closed the fridge door, made his last breakfast – scrambled eggs – and showered, dressed, combed his hair, left for the theatre an hour early so he’d have time to linger with a newspaper over his second-to-last coffee at his favourite coffee place, all of the small details that comprise a morning, a life.


Coach Phoebus Apostolidis

The reality of our perspective
by Phoebus Apostolidis

Perspective is something that affect's us all. It is the angle we look at ourselves, the world and the people in it.

This summer, I was on a flight to London and we passed over the Shard.


Coach Genevieve Burley

How to Suck at New Things Like a Champ
by Genevieve Burley

This is actually my first life coaching article (first published on my blog).

There was so much I wanted to write about that my first draft came out as twelve pages of incomprehensible babble.


Coach Alex Taylor

“They’re so frustrating!”: How to deal with people you clash with
by Alex Taylor

We’ve all faced this issue before. You have a colleague who couldn’t be more different than you. The way they behave, communicate with others, even the way they work. When you work together, it’s like you are on completely different pages.


Coach Alex Taylor

How coaching can help you adapt and overcome
by Alex Taylor

From an evolutionary perspective, humans are the most successful species because they adapt quickly to their environment [1]. Human thinking and reflective abilities have enabled them to thrive all over the world.


Coach Grace Anderson

WOULD YOU LIKE TO 10X YOUR BUSINESS PROFITS ASAP?
by Grace Anderson

BUSINESS GROWTH COACH & BUSINESS GROWTH MENTORING SERVICE
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Coach Phoebus Apostolidis

Here is what to do when things aren't the way you thought they would be
by Phoebus Apostolidis

Even the most pessimists of us make plans. We make plans when we think we are going on holiday, when we go to our jobs or when we deal with other people.

It's human nature to make plans and to assume that things will work as they are in our mind.


Coach Andreea Rus

How to improve your relationships?
by Andreea Rus

How to improve your relationships?
Work on yourself. Work so hard and so much, that you are too busy to be seeking out validation. Is not an easy road, in fact is the hardest road but it’s 100% worth it.


Coach Helen Wong

Halloween Eating Without Relying on Willpower
by Helen Wong

Concerned about how you’re going to "stay on track" with your "healthy" habits while still enjoying the Halloween candies?
The reason occasions like Halloween are difficult is because your mind is still wrapped around restriction as being the way you achieve your goals.


Coach Helen Wong

Is Your "Healthy" Eating "Healthy"?
by Helen Wong

I thought I was a "healthy eater"...
I'd spend hours in the supermarket reading food labels, going back and forth aisles picking things up and down
I'd freak out if I ended up having foods on my "banned" food list and then tell myself I'd start again tomorrow and binge for the rest of the day
I was terrified of sugar, carbs, and fats
I had a long list of foods that was "okay"and a much longer one that I had to avoid at all costs
I was the friend who'd order a side salad, pretending I wasn't hungry
I was someone that stressed out over family gatherings and parties

My thinking towards food was very black-and-white.


Coach Henry Moors

Does Hypnotherapy Work?
by Henry Moors

I once had a client who was a fellow Hypnotherapy student. Let’s call her Ann. She was a feisty 50-year-old. She was determined to give up her lifelong habit of smoking. Ann had tried everything.


Coach Henry Moors

NLP commandments
by Henry Moors

One of the biggest influences on me has been Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), a modality based on the work of hypnotherapist Milton Erickson, family therapist Virginia Satir and Gestalt therapist Fritz Perls.