Who Am I, Really?
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by bill-burridge
2w ago
Facing the return to work – or regular day-to-day routine – after a well deserved break, is never easy. Many of us associate breaks with doing more of what we love, while we see the common routine as a necessary evil for our continued survival … until the next heaven sent break comes along! It’s no wonder, then, that so many of us find ourselves asking “Who am I, really?” Breaking with routine In my previous two-part post,  Why Change Seems so Difficult and How to Make it Easy, I wrote about how to bring about lasting change and the catalytic effect that a break from routine can h ..read more
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Why Change Seems So Difficult and How to Make it Easy (PART 2)
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by bill-burridge
1M ago
In Part 1 of this topic, I wrote about the importance of having the courage to bring about change in your life. Change is endemic to life. You can choose to embrace it and make it happen for you, or you can try to ignore it and allow it to happen to you. A breath of fresh air This is a time of the year when most of us get that rare opportunity to escape our day-to-day routines and enjoy a metaphorical breath of fresh air. As we breathe in that fresh, oxygenated, holiday atmosphere, our thoughts turn to making substantive changes and ensuring that the new year is a big improvement on the o ..read more
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Why Change Seems so Difficult and How to Make it Easy (PART 1)
Life Coaching Insights | Insights designed to bring you Freedom, Confidence and Growth
by bill-burridge
1M ago
No doubt you have heard the saying: “May you live in interesting times.” This is, supposedly, the English translation of an ancient Chinese curse! The Chinese language original has apparently never been found, although some say that the curse was based on a proverb that reads: “It’s better to be a dog in a peaceful time than be a man in a chaotic period.”   The courage to change Either way, the meaning is clear. To live in a period of great change, like we’re witnessing today, takes great courage. Times of uncertainty and fluidity require us to change and adapt. Inability to do so ..read more
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We Celebrate a New Look and Name
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by bill-burridge
1M ago
Today, I’m excited to introduce you to a new look and a new brand. After more than 11 years and 300 articles, Life Coaching Insights is getting a fresh new look and a new name. Life Coaching Insights is now New Insights On Life. The new name won’t be a surprise. You’ve seen it on our emails for some time now. It’s also been the brand name for the podcast version of the blog that we started in February 2021. From today, both blog and podcast share a common title, New Insights On Life, bringing about a better alignment with the overall New Insights brand. The blog is now hosted on a new URL, ne ..read more
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10 Key Life Coaching Assumptions
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by bill-burridge
1M ago
The term ‘life coaching’ may have a great ring to it. But it doesn’t actually say a great deal about what life coaching really is, or what life coaches do. To my mind that goes a long way towards explaining why the practice of life coaching is so widely misunderstood by the general public. In today’s post, I’d like to contribute to a better understanding and appreciation of life coaching. I’m going to visit what I believe are ten of the most important assumptions, or premises, that underpin and give power to this amazing discipline. # 1. Life coaching is about choices Life coaches are not ..read more
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Escape the Procrastination Trap
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by bill-burridge
1M ago
Why do today, what you can put off till tomorrow? Many of us love to use this humorous twist on on old adage to explain away our procrastination tendencies. Let’s face it, we’re all guilty of occasional procrastination. It is quite natural human behaviour. But, for some of us, procrastination can become ‘endemic’ behaviour, to the point where it robs us of the ability to get important tasks done and move forward with life. Chronic procrastination often results from – and further feeds into – lack of self confidence, confusion, frustration and/or anxiety. So what can be done?   The tw ..read more
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New Insights – Sweet 15!
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by bill-burridge
1M ago
Some of you may be pleased to hear that I’m keeping this post relatively brief. Why? Well, partly because I’m in celebratory mood, and partly because Jenni and I are very busy preparing to embark on a new adventure – on the personal front, not the work front – that I’ll share more about in a future post. Celebration time Believe it or not, the New Insights life coach training brand was first established some nineteen years ago now. It was the brainchild of British national, Neil Asher, with much added inspiration from his Australian wife, Natasha Hay. Neil credits life coaching with turning ..read more
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Life Coaching: Maximising the Reach and Impact (Part 2)
Life Coaching Insights | Insights designed to bring you Freedom, Confidence and Growth
by bill-burridge
1M ago
Today’s post is the second in a two-part discussion about maximising the impact and reach of life coaching – and what I believe is standing in the way. In ..read more
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Escape the Procrastination Trap
Life Coaching Insights | Insights designed to bring you Freedom, Confidence and Growth
by Bill
5M ago
“Why do today, what you can put off till tomorrow?” Many of us love to use this humorous twist on on old adage to explain away our procrastination tendencies. Let’s face it, we’re all guilty of occasional procrastination. It is quite natural human behaviour. But, for some of us, procrastination can become ‘endemic’ behaviour, to the point where it robs us of the ability to get important tasks done and move forward with life. Chronic procrastination often results from – and further feeds into – lack of self confidence, confusion, frustration and/or anxiety. So what can be done? Escape the Pro ..read more
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New Insights – Sweet 15!
Life Coaching Insights | Insights designed to bring you Freedom, Confidence and Growth
by Bill
7M ago
Some of you may be pleased to hear that I’m keeping this post relatively brief. Why? Well, partly because I’m in celebratory mood, and partly because Jenni and I are very busy preparing to embark on a new adventure – on the personal front, not the work front – that I’ll share more about in a future post. New Insights – Sweet 15! (continued) Celebration time Believe it or not, the New Insights life coach training brand was first established some nineteen years ago now. It was the brainchild of British national, Neil Asher, with much added inspiration from his Australian wife, Natasha Hay. Nei ..read more
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