How Self-Reflection and Embracing Our Flaws Can Change Our Lives

It is a Friday night and your friend asks you to go along with them to meet their other friends. You’ve never met them before and why would you want to spend your night making small talk? Why catch up with your friend in-person when you can do the same over a Whatsapp? Find yourself [...]

Life Coaching – What the Heck is it About?

“Just talking about it is not the same as when I actually experience it myself, even though I understand all the theories in the world.” - Erwin Sukamto “Life coaching is an experience in itself, it’s very difficult to describe.” - Steve Ong Quick guide to understanding the work of life coaches We’re all [...]

By | April 6th, 2017|Coaching, Evolvement|0 Comments

Tips To Get Back On Track After Slipping Up

An optimistic outlook helps individuals start over after they fail. They don't feel defeated or discouraged in new endeavors. They continue on with the next projected objective and achieve more. The following are tips to get back on track after slipping up, as introduced in a professional training program. Five Habits of Optimistic People and [...]

Optimism isn’t always the best route to take

Throughout childhood and on into young adulthood, most are taught that it is good to be happy and better still, optimistic. We often expect that a positive outlook on life leads to a path of success. Yet there are moments in everyone's life when happiness can be hard to find. It is during these moments [...]

Improving human interactions with a professional training course

Interactions between people is a thought-provoking matter. There are as many different types of interactions as there are people, which makes for a very diverse and sometimes volatile world. Learning how to deal with and respond to different people is a skill that provides endless results both within business and social situations. Acquiring professional training [...]

By | November 2nd, 2016|Article, Coaching, Evolvement, Life lessons, Meaning, Personal Development, Work|0 Comments

How To Acquire Anger Management Skills

Anger management is vital for mitigating risks that can have a devastating effect on your health and your life. By lowering these risks, you enjoy a healthier lifestyle with desirable habits. By reading useful books and articles, or even to approach customized corporate training programs, anger management can be learned as a skill. Ways To [...]

Difficult employees? Attend corporate workshops to learn better management skills.

In any workplace, there are often employees who are difficult to work with. They may not perform very well, or maybe they have a hard time getting along with others. Managers are often faced with the difficult task of dealing with these employees in an effort to keep the peace, as well as maintain a [...]

By | October 16th, 2016|Article, Evolvement, Life lessons, Personal Development, Work|0 Comments

5 Ways To Cultivate Self-Respect

Self-respect is key to a healthy and positive life. It begins when you make a valiant effort to understand who you are and what you want out of life. You make discoveries that aren't hindered by other people. The following are five ways to cultivate self-respect. The Forgotten Trait of Self-Respect and How It Differs [...]

Why hire a life coach?

Pushing clients to achieve their maximum potential is at the heart of what we do at Executive Coach International. Life Coaching has been gaining popularity among working adults in the past few years. It is a profession that is very different from those of consulting, mentoring, counselling, or therapy. The process actually helps clients with [...]

Meditation: more than being cross-legged

If your notion of meditation is about sitting around cross-legged and getting “spaced out”, read on to find out more about what meditation can really be about... We all have hectic lives to lead, split between work, family and social commitments. This is not something new: even before the internet or the first mobile phone was invented, life was hectic. And when life is hectic, our ability to remove ourselves from the noise and to examine what is really important in our lives becomes blurred...

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