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Your Network is your Net-worth

“People do business with people they know, like and trust. Companies don’t make decisions, people do.” – Mike Fishbein Mention the word “network” and most people shudder with dread. It conjures up visions of awkwardly attending events that you would … Continue reading

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Create a Water-Tight Coaching Contract

There are certain things that underpin every successful coach and coaching intervention – and a clearly defined, well-articulated coaching contract is one of the fundamentals that every top coach has in place.  Indeed, you will find contracting the coaching relationship … Continue reading

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Creating a Great Online Profile Pic for the Camera-Shy Coach

Our brains process visual material – like pictures – almost times faster than the accompanying text! In fact, I bet you that your eye was drawn to the big, colourful figures and you almost missed the sentence above (and if … Continue reading

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What you focus on is where you will see results

I work with a few clients who have a wide range of interests.  Because of their training and qualifications in different fields, they either try and squeeze unrelated fields of expertise into one business, or they run a number of … Continue reading

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Writing a GREAT Profile

What makes a compelling profile? Research by Princeton University’s Department of Psychology into consumer brand loyalty and purchase behaviour released in August 2010 showed that people were the first brands and faces were the first logos. (Susan T. Fiske, 2006)  … Continue reading

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