Many of us feel that we use our valuable life energy to survive our life instead of living it.
It is one of the things that I most often encountered among people I mentor. Many feel that they have created a life or has “drifted into a life” that they do not know if they […]
EMCC Nordic conference 21.-22. Sept 2015 in Oslo
The event is managed by EMCC Norway with the support of EMCC in Denmark, Finland and Sweden: plus the Swedish Coaching Psychologists Group (Coachande Psykologer).
The program is geared towards practitioners (incl. psychologists) who are committed to evidence based practices and actively involved in mentoring and/or coaching. […]
An article from Ray Williams in Financial Post
The job of a chief executive has never been more challenging or rewarding. Despite generous compensation, perks and attention it can be a lonely one. Which may be why boards and chief executives are increasingly turning to executive coaches to assist the heads of companies in their performance […]
This is an never-ending story, can it or can it not? In my mind a coach can really kick start your career end of story. I can come with a lot of example, but I will let you read an article by Susanne Gargiulo that she wrote for CNN.
Bill Clinton had a coach, Oprah […]
One thing I’ve noticed about high achievers is that they all share a lot of commonalities. They all have habits that make them unique, but I find many similarities when it comes to the things that bring them success.
Joy is one of hardest feelings to hold onto, isn’t it? Fear is always crouching nearby ready to snatch it from us.
In Daring Greatly Brené Brown talks about “foreboding joy,” the idea that some sort of disaster looms just around the corner no matter how promising things look for the moment. Instead of experiencing joy, even […]
When you look at successful people, you will almost always discover a plan behind their success. They know what they want, they work out a strategy that will get them where they want to go, and they work that plan. It is the foundation for success.
So what are some good ideas on developing […]
Different research tells us that mentoring can make a different at work! But still there are some CEO`s who don´t understand why it should be in “their” company. Here is a picture you can forward to your boss…
The only one who can change anything is you.
Maybe we have all witness the security at an airport. Last time I was on an airport i witness a gentleman in front of me put his bags and things […]
There are four explanations, we humans often tell ourselves over and over again, when it comes to what is preventing us from achieving our goals.
We call them surface excuses, because immediately below them are deeper reasons why we fail to act.
These four excuses are just a few, we as humans serves […]
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