Carina Huggins BA, MSS, ACC, MBTI® I was chatting with someone the other day about being a professional coach, and they said to me, “so basically you listen to people’s problems and give advice?” I stopped and thought about that for a moment. The answer that I gave? “No, actually I don’t do either of… Read More What Does a Life Coach Actually Do? Ask Me Anything about Life Coaching.
Image: Stock Image, Colourbox. This image right below, is of the Hoover Dam. An engineering marvel bordering Arizona and Nevada. It is a powerful visual for today’s post. Hold it in your mind, it will make sense in a few minutes. Its concrete base is more than 600 ft thick. Why? The Hoover Dam… Read More Stop Repressing your Emotions. Start Feeling and Start Healing. My Ankylosing Spondylitis Remission Journey.
My oldest two children are 4 and 3 now, and this summer has been a blast in terms of communication. My three-year old’s language exploded in May (after about 2 months of shitty sleep patterns! ah hah! Mystery solved!) and he is now a chatty little guy, stringing sentences together. They are listening and… Read More The Power of the Spoken Word and Speech Acts – What Do You Speak into Existence?
As usual, listening to the Tim Ferris podcast this morning blew my mind wide open. Sure, it could have been the bulletproof coffee too, but the combination of the two are magical on a morning commute. Especially when he has Tony Robbins on. Like me, Tony Robbins is a life coach, albeit a very experienced… Read More How to Have a Great Maternity Leave – Listen to Podcasts (Like Tim Ferriss and Tony Robbins)
What you’ll learn in this article: Learn the three reasons people are so judgemental. Why moms can be so intense. A powerful perspective to help release the power of others’ opinions, and a technique you can use every time someone (unhelpfully) lets you know what they think without you giving them permission. Oh, and… Read More Freeing Yourself From Other Moms’ Judgements
Why read this? I teach you how to ask for what you need with power and confidence. I teach you how to avoid the slippery slope of resentment during your maternity leave. I went into labour with my firstborn at 11pm. After a long hard labour, she was born at 6pm the next evening. That night,… Read More Great Maternity Leave Coaching: How to ASK and GET what you NEED from your Partner.
Why you should read this: I share with you an extremely important practice that the most productive, fulfilled and “switched on” people use. I use the analogy of a childrens’ toy you all know and love. This essay will inspire you to curate your social media, filter incoming information and engage in the pursuit of inspiring,… Read More The Great Maternity Leave Essays: How to Become Deeply Inspired and Motivated