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The Road Maps

The Road Maps [section label=”Are We Having Fun” anchor=”fun”] I. “Are We Having Fun Yet?” It’s all about attitude and the customer/student. You think it’s

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What is Volume? From Benoit Papineau

As it happens to all teachers and coaches, sometimes I am asked to help a couple achieve what another teacher or coach had asked of them. If the couple is a competitive couple, I am often asked to explain how to create more volume, and I always end-up with the same feelings and questions: Why would volume be so important? How can I help and satisfy this couple?

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Teacher / Trainer / Coach – Who Am I? By Michael Herdlitzka

Many of us call themselves or get called by their students one or more of these titles. In most cases there is no clear picture of the differences and the appropriateness. Many have distorted or one-sided ideas about the different views, tasks and methods. A closer look at the differences.

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The Teacher Says… by Fred Bijster

A good friend of mine did primary school and decided that was enough. He was seen as “not one of the brightest” at school. At this moment he is a tycoon in Holland, advising companies and ministers alike, giving lectures everywhere and running some 20 companies of his own.

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