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Coaching Blog 35: Just Have The Conversation

    So my daughters are arguing (again). By arguing, I of course mean screaming and threatening to kill each other: ‘She read my diary !’ yells the eldest. ‘Did you ?’ I referee. ‘No.’  But the tone of her … Continue reading

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Coaching Blog 18: Values and Principles, who needs them ?

    Listening to some of the witnesses speaking at the Leveson Inquiry, I’ve got to say I’m a bit bewildered by the culture of News International.  Is it possible that journalists started work full of visions of bringing full … Continue reading

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Coaching Blog 4: Stoke vs Manchester City Cup Final

    This is one of my favourite conversations-as-a-joke, it’s old, but it makes me smile each time I read it. Apparently, on being introduced to Her Majesty The Queen, after a Royal Command Performance, Tommy Cooper seized his chance … Continue reading

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