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Silvia King

Positivity-based Coaching & Training

Make life work for you!

Use your strengths to reach your goals – don’t let your weaknesses hold you back.
Pay attention to all that is positive in and around you – then let it help you grow happier and build resilience.
Take the best in you and your environment – and make it even better.
Re-write the story of your life – then go and tell the world!

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Positivity-based Coaching

There are two approaches to improving your life and flourish: fix all that is wrong or – take what is good and make it even better.

Positivity Coaching is about the latter: working with your strengths, we develop a sustainable path towards your goals in life and career.

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Laughter Yoga

Laughter Yoga combines unconditional laughter with yoga breathing exercises.

No jokes, no humour, no yoga mats!

Laughter Yoga is a fun way to reduce stress, boost resilience and unleash creativity in individuals and in companies

Watch our video (link: https://vimeo.com/355911125 )

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Communication, writing and storytelling

Writing your life story requires clarity and purpose. Telling it to the world takes courage and self-confidence.

Writing and storytelling skills, speaker and speaking confidence training, we can help you create and tell your story.

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About Silvia

Silvia King is a Positive Psychology Coach and Trainer. She is an enthusiastic empowerer of people and helps them to positively change, grow and thrive.

Latest Blog Posts

How does Laughter Yoga work?

This is a question I get asked very often - and sometimes, a picture (or even a video!) really says more than a thousand words. So we created this 1.5 minute video. It explains what ...
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The power of “thank you”

Last night I gave a talk on the topic of gratitude. It is one of the VIA character strengths and defined as “being aware of and thankful for the good things that happen; taking time ...
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Why work should be child’s play

I vividly remember a former boss of mine who told me that I couldn’t be working hard enough because I seemed far too happy. Definition "work" (Source: Cambridge Online Dictionary) To him – like many ...
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