Category Archives: The information corner

To Know Or Not To Know? That Is The Question!

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As Coaches we have the daily privilege of not only meeting people from a huge array of backgrounds, ages, ethnicities and even walks of life, we also have a unique opportunity of really understanding what makes this great variety human-beings tick. And, here’s the thing… it never ceases to amaze us, that ironically, although we are so different in so many ways, when it comes to what matters, what truly breaks us or makes us, we are all actually very, very similar. When asked fundamental questions such as ‘What do you really want?’ ‘What is your passion’? You might have already guessed the answer as you read this…it tends to be: ‘I don’t (really) know’; and if we had received a dirham for every time we heard a client respond in this way, well, we would definitely be millionaires by now! Read More

How to become a better Leader – The 4 Commandments

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Our latest article in the Gulf Business magazine!

If you were to Google the sentence ‘How to become a better leader’ you will find approximately 29,500,000 results! Obviously, there are countless articles and blogs written about Leadership and ways to become a better leader. It seems to us that the subject has been so dissected, that writing yet another article about it might sound repetitive or plain boring. So, we cannot see a valid reason in writing about what the “right leadership” skills would be.

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Tips for Entrepreneurs to be

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Has the idea of being your own boss and calling your own shots ever been a dream? What about having the freedom, the independence, the greater sense of satisfaction, and finally, doing something you really want to do? We bet it has! And doesn’t it sound appealing? Becoming independent comes at a cost and from our experience it most definitely can be the most fulfilling and exciting experience if given the right consideration. Read More


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