executive coaching

Why is it important to understand your emotions?

Emotions have much more influence than we think. Even our lack of emotion affects us in specific ways. 


Failure to understand our emotions leads to a person not preventing their destructive effects in time, which has sad consequences. 


We react to events, words, and circumstances through the prism of our emotions. If we understand them, current events will be preserved, leading us to understand the world and the people around us. 


Let's cover a few examples:

Eight ways to overcome fear

FEAR is a normal physiological reaction necessary for survival.


Though many forms of fear exist, eventually, types of fear fall into two groups.

  • One: Triggered by our knowledge and awareness, for example, We know that reckless driving can cause a lot of trouble and often affect others badly.
  • Two: Phobias caused by overreacting to the unknown prompt us to overthink and predict a negative outcome. What triggers these? Our education, experience and upbringing are typical factors.


Sources of human Energy: Where Can We Obtain Them?

I have gotten a lot of positive feedback about energy and where it comes from.

Today I want to complete this topic and write in detail about what kind of energy exists and what affects it.

If you do not have energy and strength, find the points that are taking your power and eliminate them from your life.⠀

Save this post and reread it when you have no energy and no wish to do something.


How can we lose it?

What techniques do coaches use for their work?

"What techniques do you use?": is one of the most frequent questions. So I'll try to answer it now.

I have studied many techniques, more than 20 exactly, and considered all of the most popular currently available in modern vocational guidance.

But any technique cannot cover and account for everything. So one process has its pros and cons; another has other pros and cons.

How can a coach help you to have a better life?

Over the past couple of years, I've been doing many coaching sessions with people from all backgrounds. I am amazed to see people's reactions when they dive into the coaching experience. I find it difficult to discern the correct wording to uncover their emotions and feelings: a bouquet of joy, amazement, elevation, jubilation and confidence. These are just a few.


How can a Coach help you solve your problems?

Coaching is a system of methods and techniques to help a person make a decision on their own. A coach does not give advice, does not solve a problem for a client, and does not persuade or discourage the client.

The coach's task is to reveal the client's potential, show him that he already has the resources to achieve what he wants, and show what those resources are and how they can be used. That's why a coach can only come to the rescue when called upon. Simply put, you can only do coaching if you are asked.

What will they think and say about me?

Fear of public opinion. It's one of the most common fears that prevent us from achieving what we want. 

When we start doing something new, for some reason, we care very much about what other people think about us, although they don't care what you do at all; they have enough problems of their own.

You can recognise this fear in yourself through the following symptoms:

Three main factors of an effective team you can't afford to miss!

All-star teams fail because they rely solely on the individual's talent. The Soviets win because they take that talent and use it inside a system that's designed for the betterment of the team.

Herb Brooks

Whenever I am asked to provide the main factors for building up an effective team, this quote comes into mind. However, I am absolutely dazzled by the last six words: "for the betterment of the team".

Hence, there must be something or a set of things you must implement and do for the betterment of the team.