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Each day may I make a difference!

Isn’t this a great affirmation? As I live each day may I make a difference! I talked last week about being brought up in a third-world country; and for me life has always been about giving. When I last saw one of my closest friends (J), she asked me when I was going to start giving to myself! ...
By |March 1st, 2012|Coaching, Spiritual Intuition|Comments Off on Each day may I make a difference!

Spiritual Growth!

Diana’s Cooper book ‘The Silent Stones’ – wow! I’ve read this trilogy before, but reading it again has highlighted that there are so many things that we should be aware of. As I say to all my clients and my students of coaching, ‘coaching is a wonderful journey of self-discovery and achievement’; but what do I mean? Really coaching is all about someone like myself helping you to become aware of what you are able to do in your own life. It’s all about awareness. ...
By |February 20th, 2012|Coaching, Spiritual Intuition|Comments Off on Spiritual Growth!

Is it now or never?

‘How soon ‘not now’ becomes ‘never’. Martin Luther I received an email from a well-known coach who said ‘I don’t know a single person or business owner who doesn’t think 2012 is the Now or Never year for them.’ It was also an interesting statement as we know that 2012 is a year of change! ...
By |January 16th, 2012|Coaching, Mentoring, Spiritual Intuition, Training and Facilitation, Work/Life Balance|Comments Off on Is it now or never?

Women in Business – profile of Barbara J. Cormack

Barbara Dalpra is a Life and Executive Coach – founder of The Nyasa Partnership Limited. She has over 20 years experience in working with individual people, teams of people, goals, aspirations, dreams, accounts, and IT systems.

Barbara started her career in a more traditional environment, working as an Assistant Auditor, Accountant, Financial Analyst, IT […]

By |December 1st, 2003|Coaching, Mentoring, Numerology, Press Releases, Spiritual Intuition, Work/Life Balance|Comments Off on Women in Business – profile of Barbara J. Cormack