I run a coaching practice focusing on sexual issues, problems, difficulties that people have. I am based in Singapore. My company is called Eros Coaching. Coaching not only changed my life – it saved mine. I suffered a lot after the end of my first marriage. I was really reeling from this whole mixed bag of emotions from shock, anxiety, depression, and I knew I had to do something that was very radical.
We've probably all had one or several happy Valentine's Days in the past. For those of you who have lost a child or parent, a partner or friend, here are some way to deal with those losses, even as others are celebrating Valentine's Day. 1) Give yourself a lot of leeway. If you need a few weeks more for grieving than others think you should require, thank them for their concern and assure them that you are doing what you choose to do.
One way to understand the meaning of your life is through questions. It activates not only your mind, but your intuition when you respond to thought provoking questions. These questions also help you become aware of how you really feel about something in your life. The more honest you are with yourself, the more powerful the insights. I invite you to take this very short survey and see what awareness you gain from the exercise. Click here to take survey Thank you for your time and interest.
Are you in a rut? It may be time for a serious change of perspective and thought patterns. Read on to learn how positive affirmations can help you with positive changes in your life.
Do you know what the New Year brings? If you don't, listen to positive affirmations in your life and take charge with this 4 step process.
Are you finding it difficult to simply keep up with your work schedule leaving you, your daily chores, and family on the back burner? Difficult scheduling a doctor's appointment? I look terrible? Maybe setting some priorities, a little delegation, and a pinch of organization just might be the plan. Most of us have so many demands on our time and energy, life can feel like a three-ring circus. Take this quiz to see how well you are meeting responsibilities, while also recognizing and fulfilling personal needs and aspirations. True False
Darren Young's coming out is a great step for the LGBT community. Gay men of all different lifestyles will feel more comfortable being homosexual.
When I first moved down to Southern California from Vancouver, Canada it was because I was desperately in need of a change. I was tired of being single. Almost all my friends were married, and the ones who were single were stuck in the same negative patterns, bringing themselves down and me down with them.
I don’t have a college degree. Can I be a Certified Professional Coach? Absolutely! Our coach certification program offers the foundation you need with a tried and true curriculum jointly developed by Online Coach Institute and Grow Training Institute. In our coach program you learn about motivating clients toward goals, how to work ethically, how to coach in the business world and how to market your coach practice. That is your foundation.
There has been a lot of hoopla surrounding Sheryl Sandberg and her push to "Lean In." People have been up in arms saying: "Sure, it's easy when you come from privilege to be able to work harder and longer!" "She's had it all, she doesn't understand" or, on the other side "We NEED to stand up for ourselves more as women!" Everyone has an opinion. And there is a lot to talk about: Confidence, Harvard, negotiating, Facebook. Dinner with Zuckerberg.
We live in two worlds: the external and internal. Our external world is a reflection of our internal world. Many of us choose to ignore this until we’re given a wake-up call that we’re not happy or satisfied with the cards dealt: our marriages fall apart, we are faced with illness, we lose our job, we cannot find a long term relationship, or we get passed over again at work. Understanding that our internal world drives what happens to us in the “real” world is the first step to overcoming and rising above the lessons we need to learn in this lifetime.
by Karen S. Exkorn, for GalTime.com We all have different sides to us, right? But do we always embrace them? The truth is, I almost wrote Fifty Two Shades of Blue-ish (a parody of the book you know well) under a pseudonym. Why? Because I was afraid. Close and caring friends and colleagues echoed my fears. “Are you sure you want to write this book under your own name?” they