You Do Have A Message! Teaching your market what you know will skyrocket…

By Sarah Cordiner / 11/04/2015

You do have a message.  You already know SO much and this knowledge you have is invaluable to others; it has the power to transform lives, businesses and industries – as well as your own business and bottom line, IF ONLY YOU’D JUST UNLEASH IT!! Downloading your knowledge from your brain, and sharing with others…

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Presentation 2015

By Sarah Cordiner / 07/03/2015

Lorem Ipsum is simply dummy text of the printing and typesetting industry. Lorem Ipsum has been the industry’s standard dummy text ever since the 1500s, when an unknown printer took a galley of type and scrambled it to make a type specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries, but also the leap into…

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Making it right when you’ve got it wrong: How to use a business mistake to enhance your reputation

By Sarah Cordiner / 10/02/2015

Today when I arrived at the office, I was faced with an entire team of panic-stricken staff, some tears, and looks of dread-laden terror. I knew something had gone wrong. Really wrong. As a company that promotes itself as ‘training development experts’, we had conducted a mail-out campaign the day before to over 1,000 prospective…

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The Biggest Mistake Educators Make When Managing Classroom Behaviour

By Sarah Cordiner / 09/02/2015

 What is good behaviour, and how do you get a certain group of people to behave in a certain way that allows for teachers to teach, and learners to learn in the most productive ways possible? These questions have been asked for many years, and there are many oppressive theories behind resolutions to ‘bad’ behaviour.…

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Aboriginal Art Workshops – Perth

By Sarah Cordiner / 28/01/2015

Ever wanted the REAL Australian experience? The ones WITHOUT suffocating tour buses and structured schedules? Meet REAL people, learn the REAL Aboriginal stories in the way traditional Aboriginal culture has been passed on for generations? Survival, lessons, hunting, tribal law, bush tucker, bush medicine, relationships – EVERYTHING in traditional Aboriginal culture is passed on by…

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What is the role of the adult educator in the welfare to work sector?

By Sarah Cordiner / 14/01/2015

There’s a lot to be said about our roles as educators – and they definitely don’t get easier when you have a class full of adults. I’m a Trainer and CEO of a company that runs various activities and training initiatives for the long term unemployed, benefit claimants and offenders – often referred to as…

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10 Steps Towards Starting a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

By Sarah Cordiner / 11/01/2015

Why? Becoming a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) is the ultimate opportunity to contribute to your industry and area of expertise.  Any business can deliver training, but it takes high quality and highly committed businesses to obtain the authorative and respectable status of a Registered Training Organisation (RTO).    It is ONLY RTOs that are permitted…

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7 Tips for Building Esteem and Efficacy – for 'Efficacy Effectors' only!

By Sarah Cordiner / 10/01/2015

  Our sense of self, sense of belonging and sense of personal power, all influence our self-esteem. People with very high self-esteem are still shaken and uprooted by distressing events – they do not have super powers. But they are resilient. They can be positive and get over bad times because self-esteem gives you resilience;…

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Which of these demons are you hiding?

By Sarah Cordiner / 10/01/2015

The 7 Self Judgements we must overcome   Self-Concept: Self-concept is the umbrella term, the overarching term for who we think we actually are and all the ideas we have about ourselves.  We are not born with this. At approximately 18 months old, we develop a concept of who we are which comes from a…

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3 Activities to Make Space for Positive Life Change

By Sarah Cordiner / 02/12/2014

Sometimes we can find ourselves frustrated with life.  Facing the same problems, stresses and road blocks. It is important to remember that before we begin taking steps towards positive change, we first need to make space for it. Here are 3 practical activities you can do to clear out the unwanted negativity and blockages in…

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