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Develop Onehour Workshops to Increase Your Visibility By: Susan R Meyer
60 minutes ? so little time, so much to do! Short workshops are the perfect way for a coach or consultant to build a loyal following. If you follow a simple formula, you can minimize the challenges and increase the WOW factor.1. Pick a compelling topic and title.2. Include the ...
What Can Be Changed In Management To Improve Bottom Line Results By: Terri Levine
If you don't have the full support and understanding of key management positions, any organizational changes being made are going to be thwart with difficulties. It is up to CEOs and Presidents to champion the cause and ensure their managerial teams are also in full support, so that it can ...
Challenge or Opportunity Gratitude as Motivator for Change a Love Letter By: Carey Gebhart
Ok, so you got a lousy diagnosis (I did)*. Darn it! Damn it! This was not part of the plan. OK, deal with it. Do what you have to do. Ask questions. Have tests. Have consultations. Have second opinions. Have ...
A Worthwhile Trip To Hell The Value Of Contrast By: Brad Swift
This week I'd like to share an 'off purpose' moment, actually a series of them that congealed into a daylong trip into Hell. It happened on Tuesday and started innocently enough with a disagreement with Ann during breakfast over how Amber's home school math was going.Basically, I offered some ...
Words That Inspire PEACE By: Julie Cohen
WORDS THAT INSPIREA monthly quick shot to motivate you, in less than 45 seconds, from Julie Cohen CoachingHow might your PEACE impact the world?Dictionary*says:State of tranquility or quiet, freedom from civil disturbance, a pact or agreement to end hostilities between those who have been at war.What it REALLY means:The feeling ...
Top Ten Things to Build a Bridge and Get Over By: Mary Rosendale
God must love Top Ten lists because she made so many of them. They crowd my Inbox daily. They're right up there in popularity with offers to refinance my house and stock up on Viagra. Top Nine Lists are few and far between and Top Eleven lists ...
Taking The Coach Approach By: Diana Kennedy
When you use what you go through to grow through, you take the coach approach. I am suggesting that you hire your own counsel. After all, who else knows your dreams, goals, and intentions better than you do? Who else has access to your inner compass?Yes, you have an ...
Free Advice From Albert Einstein By: Steven Gillman
What If You Could Ask Anyone For Help?Have you ever noticed how sometimes you are at your most creative when you are interacting with another person? You and your friend or acquaintance feed off of each other's ideas and help each other clarify things. Well what about those times when ...
Mind the Gap By: Linda LaPointe
The underground train in London can get you anywhere when you know how to maneuver all the options. Like our subways, London under ground is a busy place. When your train arrives and comes to a stop, you move forward with the crowd, waiting for your turn to get on ...
How Does Sports Coaching Differ from Corporate Coaching By: Chris Stowell
Athletes Versus EmployeesMost athletes are young, open to improvement, eager to learn and anxious to receive what a coach can provide. For the athlete, there is a defined season and something tangible to compete for. Feedback is automatic, immediate, and specific; and athletes can easily change coaches and/or ...
Resolving Conflicts Effectively By: Garrett Coan
Every relationship has conflicts. In some relationships, conflict is a serious problem; in others, differences seem to be resolved without creating a major incident.Think about the kinds of conflicts that happen in your daily life. These are typical:1. Disagreements over who should do what2. Disagreements over how things should be done3. Conflicts of ...
Difficult Conversations and How to Turn Them Around By: Peter Murphy
Many of us have run into a difficult conversation. Some people even like difficult conversations. Arguments are necessary and are going to happen, but this difficulty shouldn't stop you from communicating.Nobody agrees 100% of the time, so arguing is a natural part of the conversation. However, some arguments ...
Take Responsibility for Reshaping Your Life By: Jackie Stanley
We say we want to eat better, feel better, and look better. But in order to make our goals materialize, we have to take responsibility for what we want by taking the appropriate actions. Here are three simple steps to help you turn your healthy goals into concrete accomplishments:Step One: ...
Why a Self Help Book May Not Help You By: Wendy Owen
For a self help book to work, we have to read right it through to the end. While this may seem like a no-brainer, many people never finish reading books that they buy. In fact many people never read a book after they finish high school.The next step after reading, ...
Whats Next Syndrome By: Paul Shearstone
Terms like Postpartum, Post Traumatic and Post Gulf War are all well-known Syndromes - mysteries no longer to the medical community or even those of us who count ourselves among the great unwashed. We hear and read everyday about the negative outcomes from life-threatening trauma. The 9/11 attacks in New ...
Life Coaching Advice Be Happy With Who You Are And What You Have By: Steve Hill
In this article I write about how we can become content with life by learning to like ourselves and by appreciating what we have in life. There are far too many people who are comparing their lives to that of their friends and neighbours, and who then think that they ...
The Secret of SelfEsteem By: Margaret Paul PhD
Have you ever thought about what really creates self-esteem? Having a deep sense of inner worth is important to all of us, but many people have some false beliefs about what creates confidence in our own merit as individuals.Some of the common false beliefs regarding what creates self-esteem are:I will ...
Personal Coach How Do You Choose One By: Grant Pasay
Getting a personal coach can be the single most important decision in a person's life. For many, it's like having a second chance at growing up -- except they get to choose their teachers this time.But how do you make such a choice? How do you know who will best ...
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