(6 minute read) I recently completed a 5 week coming to calm course by the lovely Tamsin Hartley (author of The Listening Space, which is a useful model to work with metaphor and clean questions in a coaching session. See … Continue reading Coming to calm
(6 minute read) Search no more. I devoured Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning in one day. I highly recommend this book to anyone, but especially if you are finding this dystopian existence disheartening. Therein lies a message of hope that … Continue reading Search for Meaning
(6 minute read) Cartesian questions are accredited to Descartes, who was the “I think, therefore I am” chappy. He was also a notable polymath (can’t relate) and had a wide knowledge and expertise of soooo many subjects. He must have … Continue reading Cartesian questions
(6 minute read) Growth is not always easy. Actually, plants make it look easy. But, personal development for us complex human creatures can sometimes be tricky. Well, we make it tricky. There were many times I chose to stay in … Continue reading How do we GROW?
(6 minute read) Well, that’s an interesting question that has no simple answer. There is no standardised definition of coaching and it has myriad approaches and applications. From sports, business, health, life, grief…you name it, you can pretty much coach … Continue reading What is coaching?
(5 minute read) Having read Time To Think, I was curious how Nancy’s second book could say anything more than the first. She had already outlined benefits of the thinking environment to ignite the mind and create fresh insights and … Continue reading What is love?
(3 minute read) This is one of many blogs to accompany my journey through an Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology postgraduate degree in September 2020. I am taking the course because I want to become the best coach possible, … Continue reading Welcome to my blog : )