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Lean in to your tribe. Do not lean out!

You know that epiphany moment when you realise you have not been following your own advice? That moment when the word “fraud” drops into your own head.  I don’t often have that word popping in these days as I am fairly congruent with who I am, the purpose I am here, and what I plan to achieve and how I show up. Yet at a recent event I realised I had been ignoring one of the main pieces of advice I give my students. Its almost a rule in our school, not advice. “Lean in and do not lean out” Lean in for support. Tell someone. Ask someone. Let the team know what you need. Don’t lean out. Don’t pull back into your own head. Don’t withdraw if you are struggling....

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3 pitfalls to starting my own business I wish someone had told me

I started my journey into a Coaching Practitioner in the autumn of 2010. After I was enrolled and full steam ahead into that course that I found out the divorce rates amongst students was high! Incredibly high, particularity in the female students. It seems as we fall into the path or perhaps knowingly choose the path into helping others that we find ourselves working on our own patterns, behaviours, limits so much that the change in ourselves is inevitable.  This is a good thing, right? I had already been divorced once and married again a few years before starting coaching college and I was determined not to be a statistic. Not sure why that was so important, but it was.  In hindsight I probably held onto my...

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If the people we meet are our mirrors what is your mirror saying about you?

If the people we meet are our mirrors what is your mirror saying about you? My recent relationship really highlighted to me how my primary love language is words of affirmation.  We were rather smitten with each other and both expressive communicators who felt safe enough with each other to share openly from the heart.  We gave those words of affirmation to one another. Mirror mirror on the wall. At times I would read our messaging again or while listening to him talk I could see him seeking validation from me, reassurance from me about himself.  I knew that his self-esteem had taken a bit of a battering during his marriage, so I wasn’t about to call this behaviour in any loud manner.  I just observed.  Afterall, there...

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Why do our Triads work so well for our students?

Recently our CEO, Lorna Hollinger was interviewed by a USA based training outift. While we can't reveal who the interview was for until they make it public, we can share the footage.  They interview series focusseed on the success of online training  academy's.  The entire series covered why they work and what is needed to ensure they work well.  This segment was on our signature training model that we call Triads. They give all students a safe place to practice, to be coached and to provide valuable peer feedback. Transcript Thanks for having me. It's really, really great to be here.  Now, why do our triads work? And I think you're right. I'm pretty sure we are the only school, particularly EFT school, if not the only sort of...

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