Recently I listened to an interview with a respected financial expert, and he said this phrase: “…start vs. stop mentality in our country today…,” and he went on. I didn’t hear the rest of the interview because that phrase stopped me. I began to ponder the thought: “Have we become a “Start vs. Stop” country?”
“When it comes to Leadership what I know from my foray down this lane is the more I learn about being a leader, the more I understand there is so much I do not know, and still have to learn.”
Are you an executive, spiritual, fitness or life coach? Regardless of the type of coach you are, here are ten coaching trends to be aware of in 2019 so you can continually stay relevant. Re-blog from Membershipfix.com
Your mindset. It’s true. The make or break factors in coaching business success are rarely about education, specific business skills, or experience. Instead, it all comes down to how you manage your mind. Nearly all my clients have struggled with believing in themselves at one moment or another. I’ve struggled with it on and off […]
All 5 of these things must be aligned for your prospect to say YES to you!
By: Janice Bastani Like many who are in the field of personal development, I look in from time to time to see what my peers are doing and where they post and whom they are following and learning from. Since January 2019, I have noticed a troubling trend. The trend is from their posts on […]
Who am I to coach anyone about that? As a coach, have you ever thought “Who am I to…?” Fears like this show up when you take the smart step of focusing on one unique tribe of people — a niche market — and begin to put the word out that you can help them […]
While my children’s adolescence cured me of most of my theories, a few fundamental ones survived, and are even more boldly illuminated against the backdrop of passing years. One of these survivors is the principle of reverse truths.
By: Jeff Orr, CTA Graduate, Certified Human Capital Coach A long time ago, I wrote an article (I say “article” because I don’t think blogging was even a thing yet) for a triathlon coaching company I owned along with a couple of other guys. I titled the article “If it Feels Weird, Do It” which […]