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It’s Good Bye To This Blog And Coaching


I am now saying goodbye to life coaching. I can never say never as I believe in being flexible. But as I write, this is goodbye. It has been great blogging about life and happiness. It’s been great coaching others and changing lives. But there are so many people doing the same thing, that I

One FootBaller is at the World Cup, The Other Isn’t. Why?


I have to admit I love the world cup. I delight in the way it brings people together, can raise the hope of a nation in 90 minutes and bring others to tears. But this post isn’t about the world cup. It is about two players. One who is there and the other who isn’t.

Everything is a Choice


This post on Choice was originally written on 22nd September 2013 and has been fleshed out and rewritten on Friday 22nd June You are where you are in life right now, wherever that place maybe, because of the choices you have made in your past. Those choices have led you perfectly to the exact circumstances

How Coaching Can Help Beat The Plague of Stress


There is no doubt that stress and its related illnesses are wreaking havoc on modern day society. The figures are skyrocketing and make for morbid reading. Finally, people are being more open about it and readily discussing that there is a serious problem with mental health issues. According to a study conducted by the Mental Health Foundation

Is it Time for You to Quit Chasing Your Dreams?


Bamboo. It’s a funny kind of plant. You can plant it, tender the soil, feed it and nourish it. Nothing happens for about 2 to 3 years. Then suddenly, it will grow about 18 feet in around 3 weeks (These are approximate figures but I cannot be bothered to wiki it) Our lives and especially

If I Could Live My Life Again


This is quite a difficult post to write today. Why? because I have blogged before about not holding regrets as they don’t do you any good whatsoever. And this blog is about if I could live my life again…and the last thing I want it to sound like is that I am full of regrets

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