Author Archives: Mark Coburn

About Mark Coburn

Mark has a genuine passion for inspiring people and organisations towards transforming their dreams and goals into reality. His specific areas of focus include leadership development, team building, smarter goal setting, work life balance and interpersonal communication skills for business professionals.

Why you Need to go out on a Limb to be a Success

LifeMind TrainingSelf Improvement and Success

If you want to be successful in life, it is important that you push yourself every step of the way throughout life, never just sit back and rest on your laurels and be content with what  you have achieved so far in life. You should continually be looking for ways …

Improve Yourself by Going Outside Your Comfort Zone

LifeMind TrainingSelf Improvement and Success

Your comfort zone is exactly what it sounds like, places or situations where you feel comfortable in, while there is nothing wrong with comfort zones in order to expand our potential and succeed in life we sometimes have to move out of our comfort zone and into unfamiliar territory. Only …

Why you Need to Think Like a Success to Be a Success

LifeMind TrainingSelf Improvement and Success

Being successful is all about being positive and if you think of success and being successful, this builds up self-confidence and positive thinking and this is the combination which is needed in order to get the most out of life and succeed in life. Whatever it is that you wish …

What is Personality Theory?

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Introduction

Personality theory as a part of academic psychology came into existence in the late 1930s with the publications of textbooks by Gordon Allport and Ross Stagner.  Today, in conjunction with social psychology, personality is one of the most active areas of research in psychology.

Keirsey’s Personality Theory

This framework …

Use a Hobby to Become Successful

BusinessWealth and Success

Almost everyone has a hobby; a hobby is something which you take pleasure from doing and relieves boredom, stress and keeps you occupied in your spare time, however you can take some hobbies and develop them into successful businesses. Some people have started out with a hobby and built up …

14 Tips on How to Make the Right Decision

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Some of us find it easy to make decisions while others tend to procrastinate a lot when it comes to making decisions – particularly if they are important ones that could alter the pathway of our life. When making decisions in life changing situations it can be hard for everyone, …

How to be Successful in Life

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There is no Secret

We all want to be successful in life but what can we do to assure that success, succeeding in life isn’t as hard as you might think, there isn’t any secret to it but rather just common sense, positive thinking and attitude and initiative. Along with …

Avoiding Temptations to Live a Better Life

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Although life to some extent has gotten better with advancements in technology over the past few years in a way we have taken steps backward also, we now have the internet available to us 24/7 which gives us access to a wide range of entertainment that we didn’t have years …

Learning How to Say No

LifeMind TrainingSelf Improvement and Success

Generally speaking, people can’t say no to someone asking them for something because they are so worried about upsetting the person or lack the courage to turn down the request. People often dislike disagreeing, or believe saying yes is easier than saying no. Others can simply not say no. However, …

Improving Your Listening Skills

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In order to be able to communicate successfully with others we have to develop our listening skills, truly listening to what someone is saying and understanding them is the key to effective communication. While the majority of us think we listen to what others are saying, in fact very few …

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