Nadia Themis Blog - Women Power

Women power and the rule of #3!

One thing that I love about traveling is the ability to meet new people. Usually, I travel on my own, as I am a “free” traveler let’s say, although most they will describe me as “demanding” traveler. I want to have my own agenda and to-do list, of course, few friends who they know me can travel with my, along my terms and conditions rule book, or if someone like me joins me, as I say teasing my friends!!

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Nadia Themis Blog - Love

Where is Love?

Guess where am I? Where else? in Starbucks at Union square New York and writing my book. I was inspired and decisive that today, was going to be THE day. Where I would finish my book because I know that you need to read it. It’s our story! In the mean time, while I am sitting here, based on a conversation I had from a client of mine in coaching here in New York, I was inspired to write this article.

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Nadia Themis Blog - Financial Coaching, Monopoli Plan

Financial Coaching “Monopoli plan”

Is this picture upside down? Or do we have the wrong angle?

Coming from the global business world, among successful people, that means if we count success based on how many figures it is your bank account balance, and then with this meaning I met lot of successful people. Most of them were and still are my clients. Although their amazing career, I was surprised that many of them didn’t save money that they could have easily done. Many of them reached the age of 65 and still worrying about their pension funds, instead of enjoying your precious family moment.

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Nadia Themis Blog - Traveler

The Traveler

At the very young age I was dreaming the world and was wondering how it looks like. The big cities like Paris, New York, Athens, Rome, and London for which so many Cypriots were talking about. At that time it seems impossible to travel, we hardly had money to survive as family not traveling. My parents were not much in traveling. Priorities they keep saying to us and traveling was never in our priorities list. I remember having an old globe, which I was spinning it and stop it with my finger pointing out the place that I was going to visit. Physically it was difficult so I was “visiting” it mentally.

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Nadia Themis Blog - Confidence

“Junkie” Seminars VS Consistency

Confidence is generally described as a state of being certain either that a hypothesis or prediction is correct or that a chosen course of action is the best or most effective. Self-confidence is having confidence in oneself. Arrogance or hubris in this comparison is having unmerited confidence—believing something or someone is capable or correct when they are not. Overconfidence or presumptuousness is excessive belief in someone (or something) succeeding, without any regard for failure. Confidence can be a self-fulfilling prophecy as those without it may fail or not try because they lack it and those with it may succeed because they have it rather than because of an innate ability. Taken to an extreme, over-confidence can cause problems as evidenced by the famous author Matthew Syed and mentioned here in this reference in regard to sport.

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Nadia Themis Blog - Time

Time

I was reading an article in the newspaper regarding time. It was very interesting. The writer was describing how we conceive time and by reading that a picture pop in my mind, from a movie that I adore at the age of 16. “The dead poets’ society” called the movie, where the professor stood up on the chair in the class and asked his students to follow him by doing the same. Everything seemed different from that angle of view, from the chair. You can see that things are not flat, you have clarity of what is going on around on. At least this is how I conceived all this experience and wanted to share it with you.

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Nadia Themis Blog - The Carrot and the Stick

Carrot and the Stick

Having a conversation with a client Martha of mine (for the sake of the article, i use of name “Martha”) in our session about her marriage, I was surprised when she described her marriage like the “carrot and the stick” theory. It put me into thoughts to be honest because she seemed that she like that. As a coach I observe and analyse everything that happens around me so, I had that conversation in my mind for many days now and I would like to share it with you.

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