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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 [...]

Why it’s OK to Relapse on your Goals

This is a story about Doug*, a high-achieving, charismatic and energized individual. Doug is a [...]

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 [...]

5 Unexpected ideas to boost your leadership Brand and Presence

In 2013 Forbes headlined an article titled Personal Branding is a Leadership Requirement, not a [...]

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 [...]

Seeking Sattwa: equilibrium and harmony

There are those us who have (not yet?) chosen to escape to caves or island retreats for a life of meditation and yoga.  Those of us who still throw ourselves into the daily chaos of creativity, business and economics.  In our chaotic contribution, we still look for the same peace of mind, the same sense of equilibrium amongst the hustle and energy of our world.  We too seek Sattwa. The ancient yogis have known what modern science has recently affirmed  – everything (all matter, our bodies, the empty spaces between us), when broken down to its smallest component, amounts to nothing more than energy.  The world as we know it is essentially a massive collection of energy particles.  Energy only ever finds itself in three different states.  […]