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Dear HR Manager, please don’t be scared of Skype coaching!

Dear Human Resources Manager Let me begin by telling you how much I value you. [...]

How [slow] travel makes me be a better coach

At my 21st birthday my mother gifted me my first trip beyond Southern Africa. Not [...]

7 Thinking Patterns: Do You Recognise Yourself in any of These?

Just thinking about thinking is sobering. Many of us, on our journey of life at [...]

An Executive Coaches story about Personal Transformation

I began a personal transformation journey 16 months ago.  Originally my intention was a 3-month [...]

How to Stand Out without Shouting Out

Personal Branding is a real buzzword at the moment.  It’s a well accepted concept in [...]

How to recognise a charlatan coach

The headline of this post makes me feel lousy. Like I am dissing other coaches [...]

Executive Coaching goes Mobile: 4 Reasons to switch to technology-based coaching

I have been blessed by a solid stream of coaching clients since I started my [...]

The Fake it ‘Til you Make It principal (and it’s application to leadership)

As I type this I'm admiring the treetops from an apartment in Santiago, Chile. My [...]

See you in Santiago

This article is a replica of a recent interview published in the COMENSA (Coaches and [...]

Can your best friend be your coach?

  The word “coaching” literally means to transport someone from one place to another.  People [...]

Preoccupation, be gone!

“How whole is your ‘whole life?'” is the name of the 8th Chapter of Susan Jeffers’ book Feel the Fear and do it anyway. The chapter serves as a reminder to us about perspective – about giving more attention to select areas of our lives, and far less to others. The areas that we focus on can become so significant that we base out identity there. We say ‘My work is my whole life’ or ‘My relationship is my whole life’. The risk we run is that, if we lose the thing upon which our whole life is based, our whole life might feel like it is falling apart. Along side this, even on a smaller scale, we can be absorbed, preoccupied and lose ourselves in select dramas of life that serve to distract us from other important areas. […]

ProActive or ReActive? They both still Active!

Oftentimes it seems that the world urges us all to be proactive types.  We’re called on to self-motivate, initiate and get-started.  Yet, not all of us are natural initiates, some of us are wired as more reactionary people.  So, quite naturally, we might go about frustrating each other (“Hurry up, let’s go!”, “Hang on, I’m still thinking”) Now, if we can learn to speak each other’s language, as Shelle Rose Charvet points out in Words that Change Minds: Mastering the Language of Influence, we can beneficially influence each other, each other’s responses and behaviors. Let’s look at the two patterns; […]