Category: Life Coaching

Guest Post: Are You a Workaholic?

By David Lawson   Are you a workaholic? Part-way through January, how is your work-life balance? Who’s winning – life or work? The Macquarie Dictionary defines “workaholic” as a person who is addicted to work. In my earlier working life, being a workaholic was regarded as a badge of honour. It definitely didn’t have the same stigma …

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Guest Post: 7 Ways to Stay Motivated

Guest Post: 7 Ways to Stay Motivated and Hold onto Your Dream (Part 1) By Veronica Hislop Have you ever had a dream, goal or objective that you could not fulfill or accomplish? Maybe you tried to lose weight, train for a marathon, begin an online business, write a novel, or do something else that …

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Guest Post: How to Fall In Love With 2017

By Nicole Lewis-Keeber Here we are well into the halfway point through January. This is a hard time of year, every year. I actually wrote a blog post a year ago about the challenges that we face in January. Surprise Surprise it is very much the same! Just change the title to Is 2017 Kicking Your …

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Guest Post: The Importance of Idle Time

By Deborah Jane Wells You’re just about to leave for your dentist appointment, when you receive a phone call saying the dentist has been called out on emergency and will have to reschedule your appointment. Answer your email? Return to the project you were working on before you had to leave? Pay bills? Return phone …

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Guest Post: Carl Jung was right…

By Carla Van Walsum   Carl Jung was right. He is not only known for developing his Shadow-work and the Personality Archetypes, but also for his brilliant contribution to the phenomenon: Collective Consciousness. Collective consciousness is about the consciousness of families, tribes and (sub)-groups. One of the characteristics is that one individual’s will-power and personality …

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Guest Post: The Power of Curiosity

By Laurenne Di Salvo Curiosity is a wonderful thing, and not just because it piques your interest about something new, allowing you to learn and grow. Curiosity is also a key pathway to wellbeing, in large part because it fosters a mindful approach. Let me explain. Curiosity helps us suspend judgement – If we’re curious …

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Guest Post: Do not take it personally!

By Carla Van Walsum Really?  No one to blame? Is it THEIR stuff? One of the tools that contributes to personal happiness is this quote from Don Miquel Ruiz: “Do not take it personally!” It is a very simple phrase that contains much wisdom. As adults we can choose to relearn communication, free of blaming, …

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Guest Post: She is Amazing…Watch her Fly…Watch her Fall?

By Dj Segovia You remember “Superman”- able to leap tall buildings and out speed bullets? And now his cousin, “Supergirl” is a new popular TV series. We love those superheroes with super powers!  Let me introduce you to a woman I coach… she is –“Superwoman!” She is a multitasking-maven. She takes that role to the outer limits …

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Guest Post: GO DO IT NOW

By D. Veronica Hislop In 1988 NIKE cornered the market with the no excuse trade mark phrase to getting things done – “JUST DO IT”.  In other words don’t think about it, don’t analyze it, and don’t process your feelings. Don’t whine or complain about it.  “JUST DO IT”.  “JUST DO IT”  Would appear to be …

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Video Tip: Do You Have a Fear of Success?

Everyone fears failure but what about the fear of success? Listen to this tip to find out if you have it, and how to overcome it.