Beat stress, build resilience

Excessive stress kills productivity and creativity. Beating stress is a skill that can, and should be learnt by everyone, especially career drivers and leaders. Excessive stress can be caused by a number things including, but not limited to:


  • Ill health
  • Financial loss
  • Death of a loved one
  • Job loss
  • Business failure
  • Criminal action
  • Relationship failures


Whatever the cause of your stress is, the best way to beat it is with outcomes-based coaching from a professional. Coaching methods can include elements of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Goal Setting and Journaling. Beating stress involves building resilience, changing perspectives, developing assertiveness, improving decision making skills and strengthening self-esteem.


Email me today to find out how stress coaching can free you from stress and anxiety. Include some detail of what you feel is contributing towards your high levels of stress.

Do you have the right mindset to transform your life? Assess it now.

If you want to make any significant changes to your life, you have to first change yourself. One of the key things that may require change is your mindset. There are two types of mindsets, "Fixed" and "Growth". 


From these two mindsets flow your behavior, your perspective of success and failure in your personal and professional lives, and your ability to experience true happiness.


This Mindset Assessment will help you identify whether you have a Fixed or Growth Mindset. Submit the assessment once you have completed it and you will receive the result back by email, together with some tips on how to proceed if you wish to make some significant changes in your life. 

What is coaching


Coaching is a form of development in which an experienced person, called a coach, supports a learner or client in achieving a specific personal or professional goal by providing training and guidance. The learner is sometimes called a coachee.


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Koos is trustworthy and personable. He never leaves you with the impression that you are a job to him. I was always left with the impression that I am important and that I matter. I found Koos to be kind, understanding, sincere but stern and results driven. Koos empowered me to be enable at a time that I didn't think I could find the right way.
E. Gerpinis - Financial and HR Manager


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What are Advisory Articles?


Advisory Articles are information pieces with content that is client specific. Companies normally purchase Advisory Articles form professionals in the relevant field to include in in-house publications or for circulation to staff, but they can also be purchased to be included in external company publications. The client selects the topic and most relevant content in consultation with the professional. Consideration is given to the desired outcome, the most suitable length of the article, and any deadlines applicable.