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Mark Setch is a Master Certified Coach (MCC) with the International Coaching Federation. As a Leadership and Personal Development Coach and Trainer, Mark's passion is to enable people unleash their life and leadership potential. Mark has held various leadership roles and has been mentoring emerging leaders for over 30 years. He loves relating to people of all ages and walks of life, and his clients have included small business owners, managers in government & not-for-profit organisations, pastors, school chaplains, long-term unemployed, army officers and soldiers in recovery. Mark currently serves as Director of Training within Neurocoaching Australia.

Sep 27

Overcome Self-Limiting Beliefs

By Mark Setch | coaching

Do you realise that you will not act in a way that is inconsistent with what you believe? It’s true!  For example, if you believe something is a waste of money, then you’re not going to buy it. But this also is the case for what you believe about YOU. In other words, if you […]

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Aug 17

5 Ways to be more Resilient

By Mark Setch | business

We’re living in unpredictable and uncertain times so we have to be equipped to handle sudden change, setbacks and disappointments – and that’s where resilience steps in. While there is no magic bullet or quick fix to being a more resilient person there are key actions you can take to build that resilience muscle. 1. […]

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Mar 23

Book Review: The Attributes by Rich Diviney

By Mark Setch | leadership

The Attributes – 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance By Rich Diviney Literally hot off the press, this insightful book by retired US Navy Commander and former Navy SEAL Rich Diviney is a must-read for coaches and anyone interested in personal and professional development.  As one directly involved in the selection of candidates to be […]

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Jul 29

Expanding Your Heart Space

By Mark Setch | coach training

Your success at building great rapport with clients and moving them to cause depends a great deal on your capacity to connect at heart level.  Recently I had my first coaching session with a new client in a Job Service Agency where I provide life coaching services to the long-term unemployed.  With closed body language […]

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