Strategic Intervention

Are You A Bouncing Ball? … Checking In On You!

Posted by on Sep 28, 2011 in All Categories, Anxiety, Children, Coaching, Family, Friendship, Goal Setting, Habits, Health, Life Purpose, Life Stages, Lifestyle, Love, Marriage, Mindset, Parenting, Passionate Living, Personal Development, Relationships, Relaxation, Self Esteem, Spirituality, Strategic Intervention, Wellness |

I have had several people recently tell me in their own unique ways that they felt something like a bouncing ball in life. Trying to juggle work, school, health and family responsibilities can be overwhelming, leaving someone to feel out of balance, disconnected and unfocused. Many of us can get caught up in busy and active lives. We start treading water and just surviving rather than making purposeful choices and actions with ourselves and others. This can be slippery slope in any relationship. I think it’s important to take a quick assessment every few months – check in on your priorities and values and what’s important to you right now. Have you...

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Adventure Parable #01: Anxiety, Variety, Afghanistan, Grace

Posted by on Jun 22, 2011 in Anxiety, Health, Life Purpose, Lifestyle, Personal Development, Spirituality, Strategic Intervention, Wellness |

What do you do when you have that gnawing feeling in the pit of your stomach? Do you “try” to push it away, ignore it, analyze it, eat, exercise, complain—or do something that brings a feeling of certainty? What if this anxiety, worry, dissatisfaction is a signal for the best way to find joy, wellbeing and deep purpose in your life? **** In Afghanistan in the early eighties there is a young woman carrying old film equipment, a wind-up 16 mm Bolex camera, traveling on her own with the tall strong Moujahadeen fighters. They are setting up an ambush on a road against the Soviet army who invaded their country. She is in an abandoned shed and starts to film...

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Coaching Roots

Posted by on Jun 13, 2011 in All Categories, Coaching, NLP, Personal Development, Strategic Intervention |

Coaching Roots

Everything has a root and Coaching is no exception. Perhaps this can be better understood when looking at Coaching roots and its relationship with other fields. Williams (2004, quoted in Beuno, 2010.pp10-15) says that  “Coaching is a worldwide phenomenon has grown organically from various fields of self-development and, in particular, the development of humanistic psychology…coaching reflects a synthesis of three movements:     1. “The helping professions’ such as psychotherapy and counselling. 2. Business consulting and organisational development 3. Personal development, such as EST, Landmark Education, Tony Robbins, Steven Covey seminars and...

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Off to a new beginning! (Shall we?)

Posted by on Jun 12, 2011 in Career & Money, Career Change, Coaching, Corporate, Entrepreneurship, Goal Setting, Leadership, Management, Mind Power, Mindset, NLP, Productivity, Strategic Intervention, Success, Uncategorized, Wealth Creation |

Off to a new beginning! (Shall we?)

I know exactly how you feel. You have this amazing idea of a business and it just doesn’t seem to work out. Hell, you’re even making major steps backwards in pursuing this idea. And yet every cell in your body tells you that this idea has huge potential. But how do you get to the point where this idea begins to form into reality?       Let me whisper something in your ear:   “Discard the methods which didn’t work so far and try something new. Take advantage of the opportunities that open up to you or you will regret it!”         There’s more to the puzzle and that’s your tools and...

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Sensuality Secrets

Posted by on Jun 11, 2011 in Attraction, Coaching, Dating, Emotional Mastery, Love, Marriage, Men, Mind Power, Mindset, NLP, Passion, Passionate Living, Personal Development, Relationships, Self Esteem, Self Love, Strategic Intervention, Uncategorized, Women |

Sensuality Secrets

Dear friend, Some people just don’t get it! They inhale beauty products like their life depends upon it. Or they indulge in shopping sprees that max out their credit cards just to see themselves the proud owner of the latest fashion gig or some technical fetish that’s suppose to pamper their soul and make them more attractive. But does it really? How truly fulfilled are they by consuming “hardware”? Does it fill them up? Well, supposedly they’d swallow enough pills – eventually, yeah! How about those gadgets that look nice and there’s a lot they can do with them? How long will it last? Perhaps until the next time the waitress...

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