If Antidepressants Don’t Work

I decided to write this article as a response to the many cases I encounter when antidepressants don’t help people with a diagnosed major depressive disorder. For these people the situation when drugs fail to produce relief from this debilitating experience is dire, but it doesn’t have to be. The hopelessness and helplessness that set…

What I Struggle With Most as a Life Coach

The hardest part of coaching for me has always been this: “believe in your clients’ success”. Success in this mantra would usually take the form of wealth, popularity, impressive career, luxury lifestyle… The type of superficial, egocentric, consumeristic “successful success”. I always struggled with the idea of “empowering clients” for something like this, and not…

Five traps coaches fall into while establishing a business (and how to avoid them)

Sure, the count of all the stuff that can sabotage your business goes well beyond five points.

But most of those things are obvious, and you already know you need to do something about it.

I want to throw light on the less obvious traps: I want to discuss the things that are conventionally considered “a good thing” for coaches, which makes them especially destructive.