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What do Cookies do on my Website?

What do Cookies do on my Website?

We’ve seen cookie banners pop-up on websites we visit, you’ve had to put in your preferences for this website, and you will have to deal with cookies and privacy on your own website as well. Most cookies are harmless, useful even. For example on this website a cookie...

How to Design the Perfect Start Page

How to Design the Perfect Start Page

How to design a Start Page that works If you have a website or blog, you need a start page. It’s usually the first impression people will get from your website, your work, what you represent. If people enter through an article or a different page, they will go to your...

Image Display Options

Image Display Options

Photo by Markus Spiske on UnsplashHow to display images Images can easily add life to your website or blog and underline your brand identity. Let's look at some image display options to make your website stand out. To use great pictures will always make a good first...

What is Branding?

What is Branding?

“Your brand is what people say about you when you’re not in the room.” – Jeff Bezos “Your brand isn’t what you say it is. It’s what they say it is.” – Marty Neumeier If these statements are true, then what do we mean when we say we help with branding? In my course I...

Why holistic web design?

Why holistic web design?

Holistic web design– with love and expertise Holistic web design means to see the person, a business, an organization or event and to look at the whole system that surrounds it. If your business is sustainable, then your website should be so as well. One step in the...

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Start Living your Best Life with Self-Actualization Coaching

Start Living your Best Life with Self-Actualization Coaching

Self-Actualization Coaching is designed to help you to start living your best life.

Born out of the positive psychology movement, Self-Actualization Coaching focuses on how positive changes can be achieved, rather than why things are the way they are and what caused them.

With this approach, it offers an alternative to traditional therapy and can be especially useful to those, who have not reached the results they hoped for with psychoanalysis or cognitive behavioural therapy.

It is practical, works with small and concrete steps, which can cause significant changes and can help anyone to work towards becoming the best version of themselves, and to develop and explore their full potential.