We all have our own personal big bang. A spark, a moment of truth, and we’re off. We start to follow an intention, an inspired idea that moves us forward in the direction of a dream, our dream. As soon as we have a dream, we need a time frame for its realization. The […]read more
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You have done a great job marketing your services, you have captured their contact information (they are part of your database) and now you must consistently nurture your prospects. I’ve learned that nurturing is a critical quality for a successful coaching business. What do I mean by nurturing? Once you have their interest, you […]read more
Coaching is an ever-growing industry with more people turning to it as a career path or as a tool for greater satisfaction in their lives. The question for many still remains, though, “What exactly is coaching?” To help answer that question and many others surrounding this powerful industry, Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) has been commissioned by the […]read more
Written by Linda Crawford, Winner of the 2015 Summer Intensive Contest About a month ago, something massive happened. I ASKED for something BIG. I entered a contest to win my full tuition to the Erickson International Summer Intensive Coach Training and I won. Here I am now with three Modules complete and only two to […]read more
Perhaps you have heard stories about the Alchemists of the Middle Ages transmuting dross metal into gold? Similar to these tales is the story of the Buddhist monk who is famous because he began a practice of breathing in the faults, mistakes, issues and problems of everyone in the world in the form of black […]read more
As with all coaching vs. therapy discussions, the biggest difference between couples coaching and couples therapy is around goals. Coaches ask questions to help one or both partners in a relationship to improve something – for example, improving communication, personal growth or helping them respond to needs better. Improvement will be judged on metrics […]read more
Everyone has heard of the phrase, “You have been given a second chance.” For some people the reality of this means they got lucky. They have possibly damaged some aspect of their life and think another opportunity will emerge to make things right. If a second opportunity does rise again, chances are, the same mistakes […]read more