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You may have heard the daunting fact that a high percentage of new businesses fail within the first three years. Unfortunately, it’s true – but with the right preparation and support, it doesn’t have to be true for YOU.
It's October 1st and three-quarters of the year are gone. Poof! We always say, "Where did the time go?"
For those who are members of the ICF Vancouver Chapter and are ICF credentialed, you might wish to consider submitting your application for being a nominee for this year's Prism Award or for the new Impact Award.
The aspect of professional business and life coaching that I love most is asking questions, and I share (a wee bit tongue in cheek) in my bio that I've been asking questions since 1965, roughly the year I started talking. I've been curious ever since, so you can well imagine my delight at discovering a profession that is all about asking questions!
It is critically important to know – and verbalize – what will occur after the complimentary coaching session. This is how you capture any opportunities on the table. Are you going to connect with this person again? If so, when?
If you're still battling with getting blog posts out, and you know you have the gift of the gab; hope is not lost!
In this post, I wanted to share some lessons from a day in my life of a Coach. In 10+ years as a solopreneur I've tried almost every time management system and app there is, along with numerous experiments on my time and energy.