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GYMNASTICS GENESIS

By: ADAM SACHS •  4 years ago •   I was an athlete in gymnastics from 5/6 years old and competed through my late teens and early 20s. I had a bit of a peek at being competitive nationally and travelling internationally...
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The Longevity of Coaching

By: Wyomie Robertson •  4 years ago •   Coaching people is rewarding, for both the client and coach, there is no doubt about it. Life coaching is a resource for any area of life, as it focuses on self-awareness, mindset and...
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SHORT TERM VS LONG TERM: HOW TO SUCCEED WITH ALL

By: Shannah Kennedy •  4 years ago •   TYPES OF CLIENTS I have now been coaching for 15 years but my background includes stockbroking in my early 20s. At the time, I didn’t see enough scope for women in the industry,...
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How becoming a coach changed my life

By: Glen Murdoch •  4 years ago •   Do you remember that first moment when you discovered this whole concept of coaching or personal development? I do! I was sitting in a hotel room watching an Oprah episode about “The Secret”....
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The Helmsman Project: Taking Coaching to a New Level

By: Dr Michael Cavanagh •  4 years ago •   Dr Michael Cavanagh is both a Coaching and Clinical Psychologist. He holds a BA (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Sydney, and a PhD and Masters of Clinical Psychology from Macquarie...
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Financial Longevity Through Coaching

By: Glen Goldspink •  4 years ago •   The Bank of Queensland (BOQ) offers a unique business model where almost two-thirds of their branches are run by Owner-Managers. Owner-Managers not only run their branch, they also own their branch. As small-business...
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Editors Letter – Engagement Edition

By: Stewart Fleming •  4 years ago •   T he road has been long and hard; you’ve paid your dues and survived to tell the tale. It has been said that all of the stories we read, watch or tell ourselves...
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Engagement Matters

By: Margot Smith •  4 years ago •   For 75 years The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) has been helping people become managers, and managers become great leaders. As the peak body for managers and leaders, we believe that leadership matters....
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NetSetGO

By: NetSetGO •  4 years ago •   ANZ NetSetGO is Netball Australia’s junior entry netball program, which began in 2008. It has been developed to provide children from 5-10 years with the best possible learning and playing experience to develop a...
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Attracting Long-Term High-Level Clients

By: Steve Brossman •  4 years ago •   Having been a competitive sportsperson from the age of 7 through to adulthood and winning State and National track running titles, I’ve had my fair share of sports coaches. Sadly, a serious back...
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Hookin2Hockey

By: •  4 years ago •   Hookin2Hockey is Hockey Australia’s Club program designed for boys and girls aged 10 and under. It helps participants learn the basic skills of the game, as well as develop fundamental motor skills and the ability...
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Unlocking Potential in Schools

By: Grant O’Sullivan •  4 years ago •   It has long been the case that great school teachers have been more facilitators of student learning than just fountains of knowledge who simply spray their knowledge across those before them. Think of...
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Jill McIntosh

By: Jill McIntosh •  4 years ago •   I started playing netball in Grade 3 while growing up in Perth. We had a very enthusiastic teacher come coach who put together a little team which progressed from Grade 3 to Grade...
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The Longest Wave

By: Layne Beachley •  4 years ago •   Throughout my 19-year surfing career, I had to find ways to reinvent myself every single year to stay motivated. It is as simple as looking for incremental improvements but before I started winning...
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Retaining Motorcycle Competitors

By: Paul Caslick •  4 years ago •   Grassroots motorcycle competitors have entered into a world of vastly different ideals to that of mainstream athletic-type sports. Some motorcycling families will adopt some of the mainstream sports in addition, as a means...
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ICE COLD GOLD

By: Steve Desovich •  4 years ago •   Like many people, I started skiing as a family activity. I grew up in the United States and spent much of my youth up in the ski area of Killington in Vermont, 4...
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A Lifetime of Swimming

By: David Speechley •  4 years ago •   MUCH DISCUSSION IN RECENT TIMES HAS CENTERED ON THE FACT THAT THE OLYMPIC SWIMMERS OF 2032 ARE ALREADY ENGAGED IN SWIMMING. S tatistically, this child is probably 3 to 7 years old in...
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Knowing the person behind the successful coach

By: Professor Cliff Mallett •  4 years ago •   The International Council for Coaching Excellence (ICCE) (www.icce.ws) recently conducted a landmark study examining 14 of the world’s best coaches from 11 countries (10 sports, including 5 team sports and 1 combat...
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Player Pathways

By: Adrian Thompson •  4 years ago •   I started playing rugby at 13 through school ended up playing club rugby at GPS “Jeeps” in Brisbane, but retired due to injury at age 20. I was greatly influenced by our coach,...
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