I often get asked - "How do you keep from creating a co-dependent relationship with your coaching clients?" The goal of Solution-Focused Coaching is to create independence in the client, and if done properly it leaves very little room for any type of co-dependency.
The Life Wheel (or the Balance Wheel) in coaching is a powerful tool used by many life coaches to help their clients find a better balance in key areas of their life.
"How can I become a life coach to help other people with their goals when I’ve got my own obstacles in life?” This question, or some variation of it, comes to mind for most prospective coaches when they think about pursuing professional coach training.
What do you know about Mindfulness and the process of change it can lead you to? A couple of years ago, I learned a powerful lesson in mindfulness from a horse!
Learn how coaching skills helped Amanda McGranahan to transform how she approaches challenges in and out of the office.
How Milton Erickson shaped Solution-Focused Coaching methodology and NLP mastery.
What is the real power of gratitude? All appreciation builds a virtuous circle. It is like an ocean liner creating an outgoing wave, leading to even more value and acknowledgement of everyone in the "wake."
September is that time of year where things kick into high gear and it’s all hands on deck for the “Back to School” rush. This isn’t anything new to parents or kids alike and nowadays seems to start earlier and earlier – almost the moment the school year ends!
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 with all coaching vs. therapy discussions, the biggest difference between couples coaching and couples therapy is around goals.