Category Archives for "Social"
Ever worked in sales? One of the first techniques you’re taught is the Double Bind or Assumptive Close: a closed-ended question that gives the prospect the illusion of choice. For example: Will you be paying by cash or card? Would you like to arrange a consultation visit for the morning or afternoon? The first sentence presupposes (or […]Continue reading
Today as I was having my private coaching session (using coach in a box, I must say that it did add value!), Eileen asked me “what would be your top tips on how to manage people remotely?”. As I was answering, I made a note to myself to blog it too, so here it is: […]Continue reading
The more I grow the more I realize that most things in life are counter-intuitive. Learning Kung Fu is a good example: in order to increase my power and strength, I must learn how to relax and let my energy flow through my body from my legs to my arms. More power comes from less […]Continue reading
Dear all, On this special day of 15th of Feb 2015, I wanted to take time to write to you about relationships. “Valentine’s day” is actually quite irrelevant because to me any day is a fabulous opportunity to express gratitude for our relationships. But ask yourself, what could you do right now to express some […]Continue reading
You’re hardwired by design to act in certain ways. It’s how we evolved and it’s only in the last sliver of time in our brief history that our environment and way of life has drastically changed. Your brain is configured to detect life threatening situations and monitor your environment 24/7. The good news is that […]Continue reading
Think of your dreams; your goals; your vision. What is it exactly that you want in your life? You may already have a picture of what you desire, but I can guarantee you, there is a deeper want behind it that is common among every person on this planet. Behind every desire there is a […]Continue reading