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Book Review – Fatherhood by Tim Atkinson

In Non-Fiction Writing on June 1, 2011 at 11:20

The role of a father in his child’s life has developed significantly. When grew up it was novel for a new father to get involved in all aspects of child-rearing, but now in the 21st Century things have totally changed.

This book is one of them “Fatherhood” by Tim Atkinson is a book about childbirth and bringing them up that has been written for dads, by dads. Most other books on this subject focus on providing information to the mother and can seem a little alien to a father-to-be.

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Book Review – The Secrets of Successful Coaches by Karen Williams

In Non-Fiction Writing on May 4, 2011 at 10:11

Have you ever thought about becoming a coach? Not necessarily a sports coach, but one who can inspire and mentor business wannabees to fulfil their potential?

Karen Williams is a business mentor and coach who has trained to be an NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programmer) master practitioner. NLP is described on Wikipedia as “…a model of interpersonal communication chiefly concerned with the relationship between successful patterns of behaviour and the subjective experiences underlying them…” This basically means that NLP is about linking how we react and communicate theoretically with the personal experiences of the same action. By doing this an NLP practitioner hopes to build more effective process models that will help an individual be a more successful person.

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