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‘19 Certificate of Excellence, 2019


Einstein said that you cannot solve a problem with the same level of thinking that you used to create it. You can not heal in the environment which made you sick.

In order to experience a different level of thinking, it is essential that you entertain a certain level of vulnerability, and that you trust your coach to support you through your own uncharted territory - towards the life of your dreams.

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18 January 2018

Colin is so enthusiastic and inspirational. He helped me to make the changes I needed to move forward in my life. With his broad life experience he is able to empathise and can offer really useful insights. He genuinely cares about his clients and provides ongoing encouragement towards helping them reach their goals. More...

18 January 2018

I have been working with Colin for the past few months and it has been a revelation for me.
When I contacted Colin I was having serious problems in my life, my work was causing me a great deal of stress and I felt helpless in being able to tackle the situation.
The transformation even at this early stage has been dramatic , I am a far more confident and decisive person , I am more aware of my surroundings and how I can control my emotions in difficult situations.
Working with Colin is very comfortable, it is just like sitting down with an old friend, you feel totally at ease even though you discuss very personal details about your emotions and how you interact with other people either at work or outside work.
I have a new enthusiasm for life and credit must go to Colin for helping that transformation to happen.
I would have no hesitation in recommending Colin to anyone who is ready for change.

17 January 2018

Their are certain people that you definitely need to meet, people that make you a better person. CS-BCoaching is one of them! I learned to enjoy each second of my day, I'm more confident, I know more about myself. I couldn't be able to that by myself!


One of my mentors, Brendon Burchard - regarded by Forbes as the "world's leading High Performance Coach" - inspired me to "Live, Love, and Matter." I am enthused to wake up every morning to "make a difference."

Life is short, but I honestly believe that we wait too long to START living. It is my passion to help you to "wake up", and to start living the live that you were always destined to live.

I LOVE my life! It wasn't always that way - I have built it by design, and I am passionate about playing a role in supporting others to achieve the same. There is a definite roadmap to success. Bob Proctor shared it with me, and and I would love to share it with you!

"The opposite of courage is not cowardice, it's conformity" - Jim Hightower.

I dedicated the best part of 25 years to senior management roles in retail and hospitality - frustrated to be drowning in a sea of mediocrity and conformity, and living other people's dreams and visions. I chose to live MY purpose and MY dreams, and - having achieved that - I now choose to support people just like you, to find your voice and to live your life.

My father was a doctor. A hardworking, and highly respected man. I learned that presents are no substitute for presence. I choose to honour my family - something which I could not realistically achieve working the hours associated with retail or hospitality. I chose to change my "circumstances"...

"I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't find them, make them." — George Bernard Shaw

CS-BCoaching delivers exceptional results. But don't take my word for it - feel free to browse through a selection of client testimonials at http://cs-bcoaching.com/testimonials or my FaceBook album, "Celebrations and Successes" at https://www.facebook.com/pg/LifeCoachInLondon/photos/?tab=album&album_id=2188063431475480 , for your peace of mind...

Dan Bobinski - in "Management.Issues" - writes, "Let's examine just a few of the benefits of having someone as a confidant, be it a mentor or a coach."

1. You'll gain clarity because you're often too close to a situation to see it clearly. Stated another way, it's pretty hard to see your nose, isn't it? It is literally too close to your eyes, and you just can't see it very well. Having another person sharing his or her insights about your situation gives you an outside perspective on how to improve. If you are motivated to make improvements, you'll place a lot of value on that person's perspective.

2. You'll have accountability. Without accountability we usually end up with a lot of blame or a lot of excuses as to why things don't get done. Sometimes both. Because it's difficult to be accountable to yourself (not impossible, but quite difficult), having someone to whom you're accountable helps you stay on track with those non-urgent but important actions which lead to personal and professional growth.

3. Coaching and mentoring is custom tailored to you. You can attend all the workshops and read all the books you want, but they will forever be delivered to a bell curve of people, not specifically to you. In coaching and mentoring relationships, everything is customized to meet your individual needs. You'll have to become vulnerable to some degree and acknowledge your human frailty, but a good mentor or coach is looking for ways you can capitalize on your strengths while compensating for your weaknesses. That just can't happen in a workshop the same way it can during a one-on-one.

"... I just believe that unless you're God, everyone has room to grow. As a final word, be sure that whoever you select as a mentor/coach is qualified for the job. This field does not require a license, so anyone can say they're a coach. Be confident that whoever you work with maintains your best interests at heart. Investing in yourself always brings worthwhile returns."

Steven Berglas, writing in Forbes, says... "Folks write to me because they believe, as a shrink, I have an answer to their questions about “how to make it” as a business builder. The prototype reads like this: “I’ve done well in school, am told I have great potential, but haven’t been able to board the bullet train in order to ride the fast track to success. What should I do?”

I’d like to answer all those letters now by offering one, and only one, suggestion: Find a mentor."