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New Collaboration in Spain

By | November 13th, 2018|Career Coaching, Get inspired|

Very excited to announce that I have become an Associate Coach Partner for Unlimited Potential in Spain. Unlimited Potential (UP) was founded in 2004 and has since grown rapidly over the last few years providing Coaching, Mentoring, Training & Leadership Development globally. UP has been taking people into the stretch zone - where transformational change happens, unlocking their performance wherever they are in the world. I am looking forward to working with this great brand and company, helping it to further develop its proposition in Spain. More on the link below: https://www.unlimitedpotential.co.uk/coaches/kenza-m  

Best career advice to young professionals-Video of Jack Ma

By | March 21st, 2016|Career Coaching, Get inspired|

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCr9-7It7fY Watch this video from Jack Ma. Not only it is the best career advice I have heard but it is also a sincere and profound statement about regrets in life. It made me think about my own career path... How about you? "Before 20 years old: Be a good student but make enough mistakes. Enjoy the ride. Before 30 years old: Follow somebody. Go to a small company. To learn passion and dreams. And learn to do a lot of things. It is not which company you go to but which boss to follow. From 30-40 years: Think about whether you want to work for yourself. Do you want to be an entrepreneur? From 40-50 years: You have to do all the things you are good at. Do not try to jump to a new area. Focus on your strengths. 50-60: Work with young people and invest in them After 60: Spend time for yourself.  

The Top 100 Websites For Your Career

By | November 28th, 2015|Career Coaching, Get inspired|

Interesting list to review when we are looking for a new job. Most of these websites are already quite well known and I think there are some real gems in this list: A Better Interview: Only 3 years, this site has come to fill a real gap in the job search market. Glass doors: I wish this existed in my young professional time.. Invaluable inside advice how things are really happening in the company you are interested in.. And some missing: Human Workplace: With good articles and advice on interviews, resumes, etc. Check the list: http://www.forbes.com/sites/jacquelynsmith/2013/09/18/the-top-100-websites-for-your-career/9/  

How coaching has impacted me: Story N#1 running 5K

By | January 24th, 2014|Career Coaching, Get inspired|

I have always admired runners I watched in the park or the ones running past me on the street. They all looked so focused, confident and content. I have started to see a coach 6 months ago. We worked together on a number of topics but one of the most important, was to help me believe more in myself. As a test to see whether I actually was, I decided to do something out of my comfort zone, that I never thought I could do but that I thought I would really enjoy! So, I have started running 4 months ago. I really couldn't run before: One minute into it and I was out of breath! I was also out of breath after a flight of stairs. I won't go into details in this article of how I have achieved it technically but as a result of beleiving-working on specific personal issues with my coach, I can now run 5K!! 4 months ago, I was really helpless at running and I am dreaming now of running marathons… Nothing is impossible! My other objective was also to reach the state of Flow, which is the ideal state you want to be when you coach! A state of absolute focus, ignoring ego, internal mental interferences and barriers. Your ideal self in a sense. Some can experience it by meditating, painting, singing, playing an instrument, or running! In general, while doing an activity you enjoy greatly and feel immersed in the process with no other external interference. You are then surely at your best at this moment. For a coach, it is about quieting all the noises around and listening attentively to your client, which should in turn [...]