Coaching in the Media

"Coaching is a profession that has synthesized the best from business, psychology, communications, mentoring, counselling, consulting, sports, philosophy, spirituality and finance. A coach challenges you and takes the time to find out what a winning life means to you. A coach focuses on the skills you need today, in order to create what you want now and for your future, versus focusing on your past and how it is affecting you."

The Vancouver Sun

"The coaching process proved simple, straightforward and astonishingly effective."


"Coaches contend that questions are like magic keys—the right question can open up a treasure chest of hopes and aspirations."

Good Times

"More and more folks are finding that nothing beats having your own personal Bela Karolyi to help negotiate the balance beams and the uneven bars of life."

Time Magazine

"What has changed is the awareness of the need for change. The awareness of what is important to people, and what they are willing to fight for. The next step after that, is figuring out what to do about it or where to start and that's where coaches come in."

The Vancouver Sun

"Companies offer coaching as a prerequisite to proven managers, in the understanding that everyone can benefit from a detached observer."

The New York Times

"...among 10,000 US life coaches, part of a burgeoning new field which, proponents say, picks up where psychotherapy leaves off—planning for the future rather than dwelling in the past."

The Vancouver Province

"Soon a coach will be seen as someone you have as a matter of course to make your life run efficiently, like an accountant."

Sunday Magazine, The Sunday Telegraph

"It's a phenomenon that is growing in popularity around the globe in such places as England, Russia, Australia and the USA."

Harper's Bazaar

"The skills required by a life coach involve a dexterous combination of commitment and common sense, and unlike opinionated relatives, complacent colleagues and jaded friends, a life coach has only one vested interest—to see people access their unique potential and realise long-held dreams."

Nature & Health

"Life-Coaching is having a dedicated mentor, it's getting knowledgeable support and encouragement and new way of looking at things when need it."

Executive Female

"The benefits of coaching appear to win over the most cynical clients within just a few weeks."

Industry Week

"Coaching is partnership rather than a course."

The Sydney Morning Herald

"Career management coaches... can identify missing skills or style difficulties and pragmatic tips."

New York Times

"A personal coach can help you by getting you to spell out what it is that you really want and then working with you to make the changes that actually enable you to get there."

The Vancouver Province