Many of us juggle our businesses & careers around our partners, kids, school runs and caring for elderly parents. That's before we even fit in seeing our friends, housework, shopping and general stuff like doctors and dentists!
🏃♀️Most of us hit the ground running as soon as we wake up and often don't stop until late at night. When I first started in business, I was often on my computer until 10 or 11 at night!
Whilst I am very results driven, I am also very holistic in my coaching and mentoring style. I passionately believe that a healthy mind, body and spirit is needed for true success and happiness in life.
Here are five crucial reasons why you should slow down and take regular breaks.
Starting a business can be a daunting task, but with the right guidance and support, it can also be an exciting and rewarding journey. Many entrepreneurs turn to business coaches and mentors to help them navigate the challenges and complexities of running a successful business. However, the terms "business coaching" and "business mentoring" are often used interchangeably, leading to confusion about what each entails.
In this article, I'll explore the differences between business coaching and business mentoring, including their goals, methods, and approaches. I'll also discuss the benefits of each and how they can help you and your business succeed.
What's the difference between business coaching and business mentoring?
Also known as Visual Mental Rehearsal, it's the process of imagining events or objects in your mind’s eye to achieve a desired outcome.
Most people can visualise. Let me give you an example – what colour is your door?
When you thought about that question, you saw an image of your door. That is visualisation. Some people get full HD colour images, and some get vague images. Either is good. If you are one of the very few people who simply can’t visualise, don’t panic – just go with the feeling of having what you want, rather than seeing the actual images.
Business & management coach, mentor, trainer, author, speaker, social entrepreneur, (and chief pot and bottle washer!)