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Denis Gorce-Bourge

Denis Gorce-Bourge is an Executive Coach, Trainer, Facilitator, Psychotherapist and Author. With 18 years experience, he helped hundreds of people, and many international organisations around the world. He gives workshops and conferences and is specialised in the impact of consciousness and limiting beliefs on achievements and success.

Change Your Life! The Key: Effortlessness

What would it mean for each of us to stop making an effort? It would mean that we understand that having to make an effort is not natural and brings us away from our true self.

Should We Keep Fighting Cancer?

My goal here is just to motivate people to think out of the box. Cancer is not the problem but our mindset and response to it.

Relationships At Work, The True Key for Success

In a financial crisis, companies spend lots of money and many hours trying new ways to reduce costs. Oftentimes they tend to follow conventional economic prescriptions such as budget reductions, redundancy, reorganisation, new strategies,

Being Gay in The Corporate World… Piece of Cake or Broken...

There are still far too many complaints from Gay people about bullying at work. Is it that the society is still giving a hard time to Gay people?

‘Life in The Universe’ Book Review – God of Fear or...

There is perhaps a nice message, or perhaps a nice intention, behind this entire book, but so drowned in an ocean of negative words and concepts that it has a really hard time to step up.

Karma: Do We Reap What We Sow?

Someone contributed with a really interesting story which I chose to include just below.

What Happened To ‘From Russia with Love’?

In early March 2012, I had an opportunity to go to Moscow, to deliver workshops on Management skills. I was very excited and after the difficult process of getting a visa, I went there a few days ago.

Are You Scared to Believe in Yourself?

Beliefs are like doors opening or closing down possibilities. The day you stopped believing in Father Christmas for example, you closed a door which was opening on a vast territory of magic and fantasy.

Impact of Thoughts on Water

For decades, Masaru took pictures of frozen crystals of water and tested the direct influence of the environment on the quality of those crystals.

Be Yourself, No Matter What They Say

Like Sting said in his famous song Englishman in New York in 1987, 'It takes a man to suffer ignorance and smile, be yourself no matter what they say...'