How to tell if you’ve hired a Bad Coach: An Open Letter

Dear Reader,

There was a Facebook post the other day, lamenting the hypocrisy of coaches.

Coaches don’t practice what they preach the post said, and generally pointed out a few more obnoxious tendencies we often see in those marketing themselves as coaches.

Unfortunately, coaching is an unregulated industry, which means the word can cover all manner of sins.

We become better everyday

It’s hard to believe PrisMind is turning two. What started as a single opportunity with a hazy future has evolved so much and continues to do so as we discover newer and better ways to touch lives.
We began our journey with leadership coaching – offering premium group coaching programs from Leadership Management International.
After this we branched out into life coaching, as well as lean six sigma as well as bespoke training programs.


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What if there was a way to expand your mind to see greater opportunities?

When people think of having a positive attitude, they tend to think of keeping a smile on their faces and thinking only positive thoughts. But it’s more than that.

Staying positive in the face of adversity, is a valuable skill. When things go well, it is easy to stay positive, but when everything seems like an uphill battle, it can be emotionally and physically draining, dampening one’s spirit and their efficiency.

If you add the Covid-19 factor in, staying positive can sometimes feel like an absolute struggle.


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The Internet is inundated with advice about how we should learn from our mistakes, and how our failures are our biggest teachers. Yet when push comes to shove, we cannot manage to really wholeheartedly embrace that.

And we’d like to tell you that’s okay. 

It’s human to err, but even more so to dislike screwing up. After all, for those things that matter, we put in effort to ensure that we do the best job we possibly can. 

Yet sometimes this may not be enough, or sometimes we simply get it wrong.