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Suzie Doscher - Executive Coach and Life Coaching for Personal Development
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"I inspire transformation" - Executive Coach and Life Coaching in Switzerland
"I inspire transformation" - Executive Coach and Life Coaching in Switzerland

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Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche was quoted as saying: “Do not encumber your mind with useless thoughts. Remain in the simplicity of the present moment.” Wise words to remember, don’t you think?
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....."What is true about leadership that will remain unchanged through the centuries is this: It's about people and relationships. And that requires that leaders have a natural bent for both."
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...."Great leaders can both drive growth and say, “I have to tell you I am scared.” That is not a failing, it is a strength. If you want someone with high integrity, then vulnerability, reluctance and other quiet traits are essential."... A good read.
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.....“A lot of employees can no longer deal with rising work pressure,” Adrian Wüthrich of Swiss trade union TravailSuisse told the NZZ am Sonntag newspaper, adding that flexible working hours and unpaid overtime were making the situation worse....."
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I am getting excited as it looks like the publishing date for the revised and and updated version of my self-help / self-coaching book 'Balance - A Practical Handbook for Life's Difficult Moments' could be soon(ish) :)
I must admit I enjoyed the re-write more than writing the 2014 version.
The additonal years of coaching experience, added life experience and incorporating what I learned relating to 'neuroscience in coaching', makes this version more userfriendly, informative and practical.
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Very true. Everything has its time.
At times having to wait and exercise patience is a great opportunity to learn how to be more patient especially when there is nothing that can be done to influence the situation
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Being and Early Bird I can relate to this:
"You are most productive in the morning, according to research.
Your best work happens within a short time span of the day. And you should be making the most of it.
Do your best work in the morning whilst your brain and body can deliver the best results.
It pays to protect your morning.
Wake up early and be productive with that time.
Don’t spend it on distractions..."
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I like to think in terms of feeling a sense of power - Personal Power means you have the soft skills that make up Emotional Intelligence.

After giving your power away to others often enough and putting yourself in a weak spot you eventually learn how to make better choices. This is all part of life and its lessons - do not stop growing and developing yourself.
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The Ripple Effect of Positive and Negative Actions


Incredible how one person’s bad behaviour in a team can touch so many and disrupt the working environment. Equally a more team spirited and communicative person tends to create a friendly open, even happy atmosphere.


• Baaam...and one person’s behaviour changed the entire vibe within the team!
• The ripple effect – negative or positive – can touch so many

HOW ABOUT:
• Performing one good deed – even if it is just sharing a smile with someone who does not have one that day!

• Observe how many lives you can touch with one positive action

• And do this from your heart, not because you want to be thanked or achknowledged for it.

• Thank yourself quietly, appreciate that you reached out.
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