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Everything you need to know to start coaching from the legends in the field.
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Gamarada Indigenous Healing and Life Training has helped build connections and community leadership across Australia, from the frontline in Redfern, NSW, to remote Indigenous communities and executive boardrooms. The brainchild of ex-serviceman and mental health practitioner, Ken Zulumovski, we explored the mental health approach it takes to coaching in an Indigenous environment. Check out their step-by-step guide in our latest edition.
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Want to expand your coaching business into Asia? Who better to talk to than #LouiseDunn from Asialink Business – Australia’s National Centre for Asia Capability: Gave practical advice on “know how to conduct yourself”, and “being open to social invitations to help build trusted relationships” – a key point in doing business in any part of Asia.
What would you add to this list?

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Having coached elite Boxing in England, Scotland, Nigeria, the Philippines and now Australia, @KevinSmith_KJS knows a thing or two about finding commonalities in culturally different work environments. He says, “You need a strong support network around you – from your employers and the Board, right down to the support staff and family.”
Do you have the support to make big leaps?
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Motorcycles racers don’t just sit there. Did you know they’re regarded as one of the most highly cross-trained athletes in the world: just like road Cycling, Mountainbiking, Swimming and Boxing– you name it! It takes a lot of effort to maintain this regime while travelling the world in elite competition, according to elite Motorcycle #coach, Paul Caslick. How would you, as a coach, support and prepare your athlete for this?
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For Kia Dowell, an award-winning Aboriginal entrepreneur who built her own coaching business, there is one question that drives her passion: “HOW can we do things differently to progress the social development of Aboriginal Communities, where economic development drives new opportunities?”. Thoughts?
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In 1994 Carl Sagan pointed out, “The Earth is the only home we are ever likely to know... On it everyone you love, everyone you know, everyone you ever heard of, every human being who ever was, lived out their lives.”
The Seekers tell a similar story closer to home. “We are one, but we are many and from all the lands on earth we come. We share a dream and sing with one voice.” (I bet you couldn’t stop from singing the next few words in your head)
When we consider our shared global history, biology, future (we are all going to die) and needs, we are more than 90% identical to anything outside of our own culture. It is only because we have trained ourselves to see the differences that they are so conspicuous to us. This differential vision is an evolutionary necessity as the population grows with our need to be unique. Our race, colour, even religion is low-hanging fruit and provide an easy solution to the problem of uniqueness.
Of course, our differences are what makes us individuals in the forest. We all crave to be special and unique but the reality is that we are more forest than tree, more beach than grain of sand, more avalanche than unique snowflake. Ok, I may be getting “metaphor crazy” but you get the picture. If we consider ourselves as but one grain on an endless beach, then we can abandon, at least in part, our ego and accept the other grains around us. This doesn’t make us any less special. If we understand and accept this concept, it means that we can celebrate the differences in those around us and still accept that we are one family, one species, one beach comprised of 7.4 billion grains of incredible sand.
As coaches, we have a unique ability to shape those around us. We have the honour and the duty to serve our fellow humans because we know, better than them, who they can become. One group who put this into action are the folks at Footys4All. Led by the amazing Michael Gallus, this organisation has been making a huge, positive impact on children in need for over 4 years. Coaching Life is proud to be supporting this amazing work and we hope to help more in the future.
In this, our fourth edition, we explore how coaching is crossing cultural boundaries and celebrate the wonderful path that coaching can lead around the world. From behind the Iron Curtain to the tennis courts of China and beyond. There is not a corner of the world where coaching is not gaining ground and helping people be their best version of themselves.
Coaching Life will continue to support you and these other amazing coaches in any way we can.
From one unique grain of sand to another, happy coaching.
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Dr Patricia Bossons talked to us about the difficulties of transferring classroom or one-on-one learning back into the client's real world. What can we do to make our coaching more applicable in real life situations - boardroom, life, or sports field?
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