Breakthrough Made While Training for the Boston Marathon Helps His Clients Discover How to Harness Inspiration, Confidence and Desire to Achieve Goals and Dreams.
Starting Today, You Can Experience World Class Life Coaching -- with World Class Results - At Home, From the Comfort of Your Easy Chair! Napoleon Hill tells us that, "Desire is the starting point of all achievement, not a hope, not a wish, but a keen pulsating desire which transcends everything," and I won't dispute that concept. I’m sure you’ve heard all sorts of people and programs claiming that such-and-such will change your life. The simple explanation for how affirmations work is that our universe works in a very specific way. The Durban North Coaching Academy will endeavour to keep everyone up to date with past pupils that have been coached by us at a young age.
In Grade 10, he made the KZN U19 Schools side as well as the KZN U19 provincial side and was awarded Honours for Cricket by DHS. Played a warm up match for the Mumbai Indians did not bat, but bowled (4o-1w- 15r) for IPL in SA. We do like shining the spotlight on our coaches here at The Coaching Academy and nothing pleases us more than hearing about all of your success stories and sharing this with our networks. Having trained with The Coaching Academy several years ago and going on to become a trainer for our Youth Impact Diploma it has been great to see Lorraine's parent coaching business and profile go from strength to strength.
Author of "The Mummy Coach", "Get a Life" and "The 7 Day Parent Coach", Lorraine will see her 4th book published by Quercus in November 2013. The great thing about parent coaching is giving parents the confidence to get back in the driving seat and believe they can be the parent they want to be. I do, of course, work with clients where they set there own time frames but I have found that asking mums and dads to focus on the next 7 days is a successful strategy that parents really enjoy. Enter your comment details below, please note all comments are moderated before publishing.
Open to students of all nationalities aged between 9-19 years old, the Youth America Grand Prix is the world’s largest global network of dance. Having recently won the 2015 Alana Haines Awards in Wellington, New Zealand and awarded the Gold Medal at the 2014 Genee International Ballet Competition in Belgium, 17-year-old Vida Polakov was offered a contract with the West Australian Ballet after her performance at the Youth America Grand Prix New York Finals.
During the week of competition, 17-year-old Isaac Madder was made several different offers including Houston Ballet II, Ballet West in Scotland, Elmhurst School for Dance in the United Kingdom, Palucca Schule Dresden in Germany, the Washington Ballet School, as well as summer intensive scholarships in Lisbon Portugal, and at the American Ballet Theatre in New York. At only 11 years of age, Audrey Freeman was placed in the top 12 of the Pre-Competitive section – placing her in the highest ranks of her age group worldwide. Tanya Pearson Classical Coaching Academy student’s Cooper Cridland Hayes and Olivia Betteridge, have both been selected as candidates for the prestigious International dance competition, the Prix de Lausanne. Cooper and Olivia will both both be appearing in lead roles in the Sydney City Youth Ballet’s production of The Nutcracker. In January 2015, Lucinda Dunn will step into the role as Artistic Director of the Tanya Pearson Classical Coaching Academy and the Sydney City Youth Ballet.
Prominent ballet stars are set to take to the stage in the Sydney City Youth Ballet’s, The Nutcracker. Former Salzburg Ballet Principal, Daniel Asher Smith, will dance the role of the Prince in select performances.
2014 Genee Gold Medalist, Vida Polakov will star in the production as the Sugar Plum Fairy. The promising 16 year old has recently returned from Belgium after taking out the Royal Academy of Dance’s highest honour. Do you know that understanding your values helps you live authentic and happy lives much easier? Tony Robbins describes values as ‘belief systems about what’s right and wrong, good and bad’, which is why they’re so powerful and important.
Examples of values: friendships, growth, freedom, honesty, recognition, purity, status, responsibility, reward, stability, wisdom, patience, awareness, self-respect, learning, health.
The personal and professional relationships you have, the work you do, the company you work for, the customers or clients you serve – all must somehow align with your personal core values.
When you are not living according to your values, or when your values are threatened, you will be in conflict within yourself and at all levels of interactions.
For example: one of your core values is family, and you accepted a good job with many days of an international travelling. If you are not honouring your personal core values in your work and your life, what’s stopping you? You have an opportunity to consciously choose the values you wish to live by and to create a career or life that builds on those values.
Once you’ve identified your top 3-5 values from the list, think about several ways you can express each of those values in your work or in your life.
One of my clients, despite of her busy work schedule, decided to make a daily 10-15 minutes phone call to the member of her family abroad.

Immediately she felt happy and fulfilled, as she started honouring her core personal value: family connections.
Imagine how your life and your work would look if you decided to honour just one of your values? In another words, your work and life will be most fulfilling and satisfying when it is an expression of your core values.
Massive congratulations to Coaching Academy Trainer, Ann Skidmore, who discovered just how much a simple tweet can open up several doors of opportunity.
It all started in February when the worldwide press went crazy trying to track down the outfit that Kate Middleton, The Duchess of Cambridge, wore on her first solo public outing without Prince William. As fashion experts became more and more baffled trying to track the supplier of the dress, drawing blanks with Google, Ebay, former PRs and even ex-stockists. The Royal Reporter from The Daily Express and Grazia Daily Online swiftly set up interviews with Ann and the rest, as they say, is history. However, if that wasn’t social media success enough, following on from the mini press storm and Ann further positioning herself as an Image Coach of serious status, the heady heights of TV quickly came calling. Ann is now a regular guest presenter on “Fashion Fixes” on the Ideal World Shopping channel.
The TV company is in the process of launching their own fashion brand: firstly clothing, then gradually additional items and accessories and of course they wanted Ann on hand to provide commentary, live, with no room for error! It all started with a tweet so again, congratulations Ann on your social media success story.
Carol Brown qualified through The Coaching Academy programme and has enthusiastically agreed to share her coaching experience, so we have put her in the Coaching Hot Seat. My experience of that course stayed with me and I made the decision to train to become a Life Coach. I launched my coaching and personal development business in January 2007 with the intention of working mainly in a corporate environment. Because of a chance conversation at dinner, letting the ideas flow and believing in my skills, I now primarily work with local authorities, criminal and community justice authorities, NHS, youth groups, charities and voluntary organisations with both their staff and clients. I would wholeheartedly encourage new coaches to realise that this amazing skill of coaching can be applied in any situation and with any client group. However you choose to use your coaching skills, whether it’s by launching your own business, within your current job or personally, you’ll never be sorry you took the journey. I remember Carol from my very first Coaching Academy event, she had such great energy and enthusiasm. It is what has kept me pursuing my dreams when things have not necessarily been going well. He then moved to Durban High School and began his journey towards making higher provincial levels. Not just a successful coach but also a trainer for The Coaching Academy's Youth Impact Diploma, Lorraine Thomas has been making waves in the parent coaching arena by featuring in this month's Prima Baby cover story as well as having her 4th book published later this year. Lorraine is used as a parenting expert by Tescos and The Times Parenting Panel so it was no surprise to see her featured in the July edition of Prima baby with a 3 page feature and a front page splash! Ask them to give you one word to sum up the mum or dad they want to be is a powerful and effective foundation for any coaching session. They really are the experts on their families and it’s brilliant when they share these in group workshop sessions. A week is a lifetime in a family and parents can make huge leaps forward in that time because they are in control of what they are doing. Coached by TPCCA Artistic Director Lucinda Dunn OAM, Vida performed the Dulcinea variation from Don Quixote as well as a contemporary routine choreographed by TPCCA alumni Shayarne Matheson.
Olivia not only has the ideal physical attributes for classical ballet but she has proved to be a highly intelligent dancer and receptive student who I feel will progress a great deal over these next few years. Cooper is an incredibly talented young man blessed with lovely feet and legs for classical ballet. Cooper will dance the principal role of the Prince and Olivia, the role of Clara, at select performances. The eminent Christmas favourite will be presented under the Artistic Direction of Lucinda Dunn OAM with Founder and Director of the Sydney City Youth Ballet, Tanya Pearson OAM. The Genee International Ballet Competition is one of the most prestigious ballet competitions in the world, attracting the finest young dancers from around the globe. For details about performance times and special guest appearances, please contact the Glen Street Theatre Box Office on 02 9975 1455.
They can be elusive, because much of the time they operate ‘in the background’, out of conscious awareness. Your personal values are those qualities and attributes that are most important and meaningful to you. Your values will govern everything you do, and are a very useful guideline for measuring your behaviour and choices.

Your success in life can be attributed to your level of self-awareness and understanding your values. This means that you must set goals that are consistent with what you believe to be good, right and important. Setting your goals, which are congruent with your values, is not easy, but is extremely rewarding.
About to have session with a client who wants to change his career to be more in line with his values so a good reminder of how to tackle.
As the largest UK school for coaches, The Coaching Academy has developed a reputation for quality training and has trained over 30,000 people in coaching skills over the last ten years.
It was the world of social media and Ann that confirmed the dress was no longer available to purchase but was bought several years ago in Jesire.
I was working as a Senior Trader with a multi-national paper and plastic merchant when the company decided that all staff, from all branches were to be sent on an ‘Introduction to Sales’ course.
I researched courses available and decided that The Coaching Academy was the organisation that stood out from the rest. I was working full time and also teaching as a fitness instructor part time but the coaching slotted in well. Wow, this was something that really consolidated all of my learning with a heightened understanding of myself and others.
Coaching allows you to connect with people from all walks of life and the privilege of being part of some huge life changes and successes. You are right, it can be used so well in such a breadth of environments and with people within different contexts. At the end of the weekend I asked her if she would be my coach as part of the pro-bono practice sessions. If desire was all it took, Mariah Carey, Tiger Woods, Sasha Cohen, Yao Ming, Dustin Hoffman, Oprah Winfrey, Shaun White, Deepak Chopra  and Michael Dell would just be "average Joe's" in a world teeming with stellar achievers. But I have to tell you that about six years ago, I made a decision that flipped my life upside down and made all the difference.
They’re focusing on their relationship with their child and the way they respond and communicate with them in positive way.
He has worked extremely hard this year and overcome many challenges and obstacles along the way.
The Nutcracker will be staged from Tuesday 16 December to Sunday 21 December 2014, at the Glen Street Theatre, Belrose.
Your life is happier and more fulfilling when you consciously live out your values, act on them and honour them.
Also, when you need to make a decision, ask yourself first if your personal core values will be honoured? Initially, I felt a bit miffed at that, I had been working in a sales environment for 12 years by that point. It gave me plenty of opportunities to use the new skills I’d learned when I got home, trying them out just to see what happened. Well done on launching your own business and I’m sure the adventure of learning and development will remain to be valuable and fun for you. I remember Carol being a fantastic coach and she helped me keep on track setting up my coaching business. The Nutcracker will be presented under the direction of Tanya Pearson OAM and Lucinda Dunn OAM. It’s highly likely that you will be not coping with the lie well, and would be not able to handle the conflict. However, after my first one and a half hours of that course I realised what job I wanted to do. The training days were inspiring and the material was presented in a way which made it interesting and fun to learn. Thank you Carol you helped me at a very important time in my coaching journey and for that I am truly grateful. Also a former student of Tanya Pearson, Lucinda went on to become the Australian Ballet’s Principal Artist and longest serving Ballerina.
I now had the confidence to use and hone these new skills and adapted them to suit my style until they became natural to me. This meant that by the time I enlisted the help of my training clients, I could concentrate fully on them, not on the methods and models.

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