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Mario or Martyr?

On a faded post-it note next to my home-office desk, I have a quote from the formidable Glennon Doyle: “A responsible mother is not one slowly dying for her children, but showing them how to bravely live. I stopped being a martyr and started being a model.” This quote comes from a podcast interview in …

Knowing where you are going with Coaching

  Coaching and goal-setting goes hand-in-hand. It is what makes the difference between an aimless wander around various topics of mutual interest to coach and client, versus an intentional journey aimed at reaching a specific pre-agreed goal. Goals can look very differently: defined by the needs of the individual, the company or changing circumstances.   …

Coach, mentor or psychologist?

What is the difference, I am often asked, between a coach, mentor and psychologist? Although I can give long-winded theory laden answers, I have recently come across a definition which brought me to conclude the following: Mentors knows the answers to your questions Coaches knows the questions to your answers Psychologists know the questions to …