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    From rock bottom: the only way is up!

    Everyone has a different definition of "rock bottom". We experience it from our perspective, and yet there are lessons we share in common. Every life can teach and everyone can grow - how do your life lessons help someone else climb up and out?

  • Getting Unstuck from lifes’ shitty experience

    Does your mind get stuck on life’s small but shitty experiences? Are you giving all your attention and emotional energy to that one negative response, mean comment or unpleasant interaction, whilst ignoring the positive experiences, you had today?

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    Rock bottom: how to make it the best place to start

    What is rock bottom and do you even need to hit it in order to make changes? Is rock bottom the place where life truly begins? How do you come back from rock bottom? Resources to rebuild yourself. What success stories do you relate to?

  • 5 ways to spot a sleezy business coach, and how to avoid them

    If you have been trying to launch a business online for more than 15 minutes, I’m willing to bet that you have been approached or pitched to by a business coach. Now I’m going to make it clear FIRST THING – we are NOT all bad!  There are MANY business coaches out there who are honest, hardworking and really just…

  • The DYPU Facebook Live CHALLENGE

    Are you struggling with your business content? Everyone tells you that Facebook lives are great, but how the heck do you do one? What do you talk about? What if you’re afraid? If that’s you, hold onto your seat because next week is DESIGNED to help!

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    Coach Mentoring: Launching your first quality course

    One of the benefits of membership in DiscoverYourPathU is access to courses, live discussions groups, and perhaps most importantly, individual mentorship. Each of the founding members is available to mentor up to five of our members at a time in setting up their coaching practice. So, while perhaps you join for the workshops, practice pods (where you can practice and…

  • A Penny for Your Thoughts - How to Resist Giving Advice

    A penny for your thoughts – how to resist giving advice

    We’ve all had that conversation with a friend or even a session coaching with a client, when we are tempted to give them our advice and opinion. Sometimes, they’ve asked for advice. Other times, it’s completely unsolicited. Of course, giving advice generally comes from a place of good intentions. Nonetheless, we forget that we are on the outside, looking in.…

  • Reaching Through the Screen, Online vs In-Person Coaching

    Reaching through the Screen – Online vs In-Person Coaching

    I don’t know where you are based, but I must say that in the weeks leading up to Christmas, I was so happy that I have an online coaching business, rather than seeing clients in my office. The traffic all around town was horrid. And I live in the tropics, where the only way that traffic gets back up by…

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    Coaching mentor: how to get better results

    As a coach, you might decide that you don’t need another coach, but rather that what you are really looking for is a mentor. Mentoring, as we’ve covered in other blog posts, is different from a coaching relationship. Today I want to dive into the benefits of having a mentor, as well as identifying the type of mentors you might…

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    How to learn something every day and boost your self esteem

    When I was 27 years old or so, I met a “old” lawyer (in his mid to late fifties), with two or three Master’s Degrees from various international universities, and a wealth of international experience. All I could think of at the time was “I want to be like him”. I was so in awe of his confidence and knowledge.…