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Exploring Gratitude

To live with a sense of gratefulness is a way to a healthier and more fulfilled life. Wisdom traditions, positive psychology and neuroscience all point us in this direction . Some of the identified benefits include a stronger immune system

Posted in Going Beyond, Personal Development

Too Small for You?

For a good numbers of years now, we have been working with the well known poet and presenter David Whyte. David speaks to the human condition; to the core challenges individuals and organisations face today. With a unique and compelling

Posted in Coaching, Events, Going Beyond, Leadership, Personal Development, Professional Development, Somatics

Realising Your Year Ahead

You may have received some tips about New Year’s resolutions in your early January mailbox from somewhere or other.  Often our good intentions fade through the month.  Here are a few tips from us to help you stay engaged: Better

Posted in Coaching, Going Beyond, Leadership, NLP, Personal Development, Professional Development

In Defence of Accreditiation

In the last few years I have been through five accreditation processes. None them were my kind of fun. So what could have possibly possessed me? You see, I am not exactly a fan of spending hours trawling through past

Posted in Coaching, Going Beyond, Personal Development, Professional Development, Supervision

How do they get it so wrong?

Great customer service is easy. So how do so many businesses get customer service to be so bad? Don’t get me wrong, I know we all have off days. When a waitress looks like she has been slapped with a

Posted in Going Beyond, Leadership, NLP, Personal Development, Professional Development

Your parents are to blame for everything

Allegedly Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuits said – “give me the child until he is seven and I will give you the man.” Certainly neuro-scientific evidence, as well my own experience, demonstrates that a lot of beliefs (both enabling

Posted in Coaching, Going Beyond, Leadership, NLP, Personal Development, Professional Development

We are used to speaking in metaphors

We are used to speaking in metaphors, all of us, and here at Beyond we run whole events that are based on the metaphoric – “Lessons for Leadership from Horse Whispering” and “Firewalking”. So imagine how I felt when I

Posted in Coaching, Going Beyond, Organisational Development