The Gift and Power of Emotional Courage

By | February 13th, 2019|Articles|

Psychologist Susan David shares how being courageous with our emotions is not only powerful, but a gift of [...]

A Case Statement: Highly Emotional Personal Assistant

By | June 10th, 2017|case studies|

A Case Statement for how the [be brave] Coaching Programme will help Personal Assistants to Shine: The stress is [...]

Alanis Morissette on Emotions

By | January 29th, 2016|Articles|

"Having left the border of South Africa and entered Botswana, we drove along the pothole-ridden road towards our [...]

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People who inspire me

By | August 16th, 2015|Articles|

Sometimes life introduces us to amazing people, and their work or message touches us deeply. I experienced this with hearing of Karina Anderson’s work, and then interviewing her about the SmilingOne’s NPO initiative ‘The SmilingOne Foundation’ and the SmilingOne Change Agents. And then I had a conversation with one of those SmilingOne Change Agents, Franklin Esau, who turned his life around from one of crime, to a life of understanding and kindness, and a significantly positive contribution to society. Karina’s work is about inspiring personal value-based leadership, mainly in prisons. […]

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Case Study of our Live Coaching Programme

By | June 18th, 2015|Articles, case studies|

M.R. is a Sales Manager for a large organization, and is a mother of three, studying for her MBA and driven to advance her career towards becoming COO. Yet she knew that she would need to grow in a few areas and develop her communication skills to achieve her ultimate goals. She experienced a fear of confrontation, and so steered away from asserting herself or speaking up, and found that others walked over her and she battled to get her team’s buy-in and get them on board to her sales strategy. […]

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Why is Happiness so Elusive? A Perspective

By | February 2nd, 2015|Articles|

Happiness is that “feeling good” feeling, that lightness and joy that we feel when things are going the [...]

Three facts about emotions

By | October 21st, 2014|Articles|

Sometimes it can feel like our emotions control our lives. Here are three facts about emotions to help you manage them more effectively, and so lead a more powerful life. […]

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Ten points to deal with Anxiety

By | February 17th, 2014|Articles|

Written by Telana Simpson Anxiety and fear are two emotions that often hold us back from being ourselves, and achieving our goals. We’re anxious about what others think, fearful of making a mistake, scared of speaking up in public, worried about what might happen. Here are ten points to help you master the emotion of anxiety, such that you use it to become more authentic and to take the necessary and calculated risks to reach your goals. […]

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The Biology of Emotions

By | January 18th, 2014|Articles|

This clip from the movie “What the Bleep do we know” explains simply, with effective cartoons, how our emotions create chemical reactions in our cells, which is the biology bit. What we think / feel has an effect on the body, and what’s going on in the body has an effect on our mind.  This will help you develop more emotional intelligence. […]

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Anonymous Testimonial

By | October 20th, 2013|Testimonials|

"Understanding these ideas and concepts has made everyday life so much better" - P.J. About the Shot of [...]

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