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How did Erickson Alumni, Kalyna Miletic, go from struggling to get coaching clients to having her first $15,000 USD month? That was just the beginning! She went on to publish her first book and attract high-level speaking gigs that positioned her as an expert.
You might ask what do issues of sustainability truly have to do with coaching? The World Game Team believes it is the core foundation of the coaching movement.
There has never been a more interesting and fascinating time to be alive. With the advancement of technology, science, communication, and overall economic progress, we are by far the most privileged and comfortable that a human being has ever been. The 21st Century reality has made it possible for us to reach the stars, communicate with anyone instantly, and create the life of our choice.
“You begin to fly when you let go of self-limiting beliefs and allow your mind and aspirations to rise to greater heights.” – Brian Tracy
Our Erickson Business Center Partner, Thrive Academy, just submitted their application for ICF accreditation for their Client Attraction Mastery Online Academy. This means ICF credentialed coaches who need their 40 CCEU's can meet all their requirements for 3 years while they’re learning how to attract more clients.
The beginning of a new year has the appeal of an exciting and promising time. Many people experience the flow of new ideas, fresh motivation, and ambitious personal goals during this time. And yet, towards the end of January, most of us realize that having strong determination and clear goals are not all it takes to make them happen.
“I would argue that nothing gives life more purpose than the realization that every moment of consciousness is a precious and fragile gift.” – Steven Pinker