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  1. Hire A Dream Coach to Find & Fulfill Your Dreams By Marcia Wieder
    Definition of Coaching Coaching is an ongoing professional relationship that helps people produce extraordinary results in their lives, careers, businesses or organizations. Through the process of coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve their performance, and enhance their quality of life. In each meeting or call, the Coach listens and contributes observations and questions. This interaction creates clarity and moves the distributor into action.Coaching accelerates progress by provid…


  2. Could You and Your Business Benefit from a Business Coach or a Consultant? By Vishal P. Rao
    The surprising answer is "probably". Most individuals don't realize that a certified business coach or business consultant can add enormously to their home based or more traditional type business. Many individuals think a business coach or consultant will come into their business and tell them things that they don't want to hear.Nothing can be further from the truth. A business coach or consultant will try to use the resources/personnel already present in a business, and will implement strateg…


  3. Coaching is Asking the Right Questions By Deb Melton
    Have you ever known anyone who asked themselves "Why me?" over and over every time something happened they didn't like? Or how about, "What did I do to deserve this?" And my favorite, "Whose fault was that?" Perhaps, these questions have popped into your head once or twice before.When we ask ourselves questions, our brain hunts for the answer. Having your brain search for the answers to bad questions gives you bad answers. You'll get answers like "I'm just unlucky", or "It's unfair" or "It's m…


  4. Six Steps for Creating Work-Life Balance By Jatrine Bentsi-Enchill
    Today an increasing number of us are experiencing burnout, low productivity, insomnia, and stress related illnesses…undoubtedly due to a lack of balance between our work and personal lives. It’s time to look at how we can create greater balance in our work and personal lives. What looks like balance to one person may differ for another because individuals have different goals, values and definitions of success. However, there are some common definitions of balance that include:Having a sense t…


  5. Coaches, Do You Make These 7 Deadly Cash Flow Mistakes in Your Practice? By Caroline Jordan
    Managing cash flow is every small business owner’s most important function. Avoid these seven deadly mistakes to make sure you aren’t creating cash flow problems in your coaching practice.1. Using the “Fly By The Seat of Your Pants” Accounting Method.When tax time rolls around do you find yourself pawing through piles of paper on your desk looking for credit card receipts from your business trip? Or are you upside down digging under the seat of your car trying to figure out where all your gas …


  6. Voice Care for Coaches By Catherine Franz
    Coaches rely heavily on their voice to service clients. If you also give teleclasses or workshops, voice maintenance needs to be one of their top self-care priorities. This information also applies to singers, speakers, or sales professionals.During flu and cold season, vocal cords become highly sensitized and need as much care as a valuable instrument. Think of your voice, and we should, as an expensive, rare violin. If you were going to play the violin the next day -- same relation as hav…


  7. The Incredible Rightness of Being By Inna Nirenburg
    An Age-Old QuestionSearching for more meaning in our lives has been an age-old preoccupation for us humans. Why am I here? What am I meant to do? What's the point of it all? And, most importantly in the modern-day world, what is it that will make me happy?Dissatisfaction, or "Gimme More!"It is human nature that when we feel dissatisfied with something - be it our jobs, our homes, our relationships, or even our lives in general - we feel there is something missing. And where there's something m…


  8. Buyer Beware: Choose A Business Coach Carefully To Get The Results You Want By Jim Jenkins
    Consider this scenario. A colleague suggests you get a business coach. Via the Internet, you find one close-by. The woman says she’d love to help. She charges $300 a month for two 30-minute calls. It seems like a good deal, so you eagerly sign on the dotted line.Next, you are sent to a website to learn your Enneagram type. This personality quiz doesn’t seem to connect with marketing your business. You call the coach. She says that you rank a “two” and that you’re trying to please everybody. Sh…


  9. A Perrverse Confidante By Wayne Mitchell
    Direct Answers - Column for the week of July 15, 2002Dad passed away years ago and Mom lives alone. She is still young and healthy, yet she always plays the victim. I am in my 30s and divorced.Our relationship has always been based on a maternal dictatorship. Even as an adult daughter I cannot approach my mother because her idea of advice is an order. Since she makes life miserable, I withhold my personal life from her to the point of lying.I met a wonderful man who lives out of town, and we h…


  10. What Do You Really Want ? By Lorraine Pirihi
    Being a coach is such a rewarding profession. The enormous impact you have on other people's lives always astounds me.Let me share with you John's story…John is a partner in a financial planning practice. He's always worked long hours and when he finally went home, he was buggered. Apart from his work, there was no energy left over to contribute to his health and personal relationships. He was fortunate to have a wife who put up with this. In fact, it was a wonder that she ever got pregnant, a…


  11. Attention! Thought Crossing! – Or, The Secret of What’s Between Your Ears By Inna Nirenburg
    What are you thinking - right now? 'I'm reading your article!' you say. Well, take a little bit of a closer look. What's spinning in the back of your mind? Is it that big deadline that's looming at the end of the week? Or how you're going to deal with your mother-in-law this weekend? Or maybe you're worrying about your finances?Are you even aware of the thoughts going through your head right now? What about... now?Some Bad News From the Thought PoliceScientists estimate that an average p…


  12. Loving Every Phenomenal Part of You By Deborah Shipley
    Have you ever wished yourself away? I am not referring to leaving your precious life on this Earth; but rather, just wished you weren’t a certain way or did not have some particular qualities and mannerisms that were so apparent to you. I know I have.In the past, I’ve had a very difficult time when others would point out my weaknesses to me, either constructively or not-so tactfully. I would think, “ Wow, not only do I think these are big problems I have, but now everyone else sees them as …


  13. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: How Do You Change the World? By Dorene Lehavi
    Recently, I saw an exhibition of paintings by a very talented artist. He clearly has a social conscience and his depictions of the pain and misery of disenfranchised and minority people are so vivid and real you can't help but feel the pain in viewing the paintings.The artist is a warm, friendly, humble man whom I approached with a question, "does he ever paint another side of life?" He seemed interested in engaging in a conversation about it and frankly I was surprised at myself for even appr…


  14. The Great Marketing Reframe By Andrea J. Lee
    From grimaces to stomach knots, talking about marketing seems to take on the sound of Charlie Brown's teacher, with so many syllables of "wah WAaah, wah WAah, wah." What does this mean? For starters, I find it terrifying ironic that, when it boils down to it, truly - marketing and coaching are actually ONE. Yes that's right. I may be in the minority, but it’s served me very well to see marketing and coaching with an equals sign between them.  As in they are equivalent. At heart, coaching i…


  15. Developing Will Power and Self Discipline By Remez Sasson
    Most people admire and respect strong individuals, who have won great success by manifesting will power and self discipline. They admire people, who with sheer will power, self discipline and ambition, have improved their life, learned new skills, overcame difficulties and hardships, reduced their weight, rose high in their chosen field or advanced on the spiritual path.The truth is that everyone can reach high levels of will power and self-discipline through a practical method of training. Th…


  16. Are You Doing Great Work? Or Merely Good Work? By Michael Bungay Stanier
    Milton GlaserYou may not know the name of Milton Glaser, but you probably know at least one of his works of art – the “I 'Heart' NY” logo. In his book, Art is Work, Glaser provides these provocative definitions of work1. Work that goes beyond its functional intention and moves us in deep and mysterious ways we call great work.2. Work that is conceived and executed with elegance and rigour we call good work.3. Work that meets its intended need honestly and without pretence we call simply work.4…


  17. Is Coaching Everything That It Is Cracked Up To Be? By Allie Ochs
    Personal or business coaching has helped thousands change their lives and achieve their goals. Yet, for the sceptics it still is a fuzzy concept with little recognition for its benefits. Think of Celine Dion, who with a voice coach claimed world fame. Her coach unleashed what is known today as one of the most mesmerizing voices in the world.Is coaching just a buzzword to capture another niche market of those seeking instant gratification and on the spot success? Let’s take a look at good fitne…


  18. On Missed Opportunities By Josh Hinds
    Missed Opportunities aren't all bad. If you're like most people you've had your share of missed opportunities. You know, those things you would like to have seen happen that for whatever reason just didn't quite seem to pan out. I know I have certainly had my fair share.Let me ask you this though, when was the last time that you looked at them in a positive light? ...Believe it or not all missed opportunities really aren't all bad. I am not sure if you've ever heard of the song by Garth Brooks…


  19. How to Make $100,000 Dollars as a Personal Trainer – Part A for Attitude! By Greg Ryan
    My name is Greg Ryan. For the last twenty years I have counseled thousands of personal trainers, fitness directors and gym owners on how be successful in the health and fitness industry. No matter where I go in the world, no matter the size of the gym the biggest reason for their lack of success is all the same. My question is, “Do you want to be a mediocre Personal Trainer or do you want to be a GREAT one?Most of you will only be good ones if you are lucky. Only about five percent of you will…


  20. Throw a 'No-Heat' Party for the Planet By Andrea J. Lee
    Is it really possible to have loads of fun, and help the planet at the same time? I remember the first No-heat party I went to. It was on the coldest night of winter that year, according to the Farmer's Almanac. I know, because the hosts actually bragged about it to us... You see, even though It was a @#$% cold minus 40 degrees outside, that party had the windows of the house completely fogged up from our body heat, all night long. The hosts were thrilled, because they'd managed to turn D…


  21. Introduction to Performance Coaching By Richard L Williams
    Not too long ago ship captains could actually whip sailors who disobeyed orders; managers could fire workers on the spot for virtually any reason, or even no reason at all; and students could be expelled from school for any minor infraction of the rules. Today, much has changed. Sailors have rights, workers have unions, and students are asked for input in the educational process.The person in charge used to have unquestioned authority and ability to command and compel. Strict obedience was bel…


  22. It's Not What You Think By Judith Richardson
    My work in organizations involves dropping habitual ways of perceiving in order to contact a fresh and subtle perceiving “under the surface” of what is going on. That deeper sense of perceiving allows the emergence of what I call the Engaging Leader, or the genuine expression of myself and the collective.If we want to develop a deeper, subtler, way of perceiving situations, we need to be relaxed, open, confident, not expecting or demanding anything in particular. And we need to make friends wi…


  23. Smelling the Roses: Better Living Through Savoring By Maureen Killoran
    “Stop and smell the roses,” people often say. Then they smile ruefully, because everybody knows there isn’t enough TIME to stop or, as my daughter says, to “chill.”This is the Conventional Wisdom – and I’m here to tell you that the CW is simply WRONG. Researchers in Positive Psychology find that people actually get more done if they take time out to SAVOR their day. Not only that, but, over time, people who set aside a few hours every week are likely to be healthier, more relaxed, and bette…


  24. What Do You Have To Give? By Deirdre McEachern
    "Happiness is not a matter of good fortune or worldly possessions. It's a mental attitude. It comes from appreciating what we have, instead of being miserable about what we don't have. It's so simple-yet so hard for the human mind to comprehend." ~ Bits & PiecesEvery year millions of us set New Year's resolutions to lose weight, exercise more, manage our money more closely, eat more nutritious foods etc. etc. We usually take a critical look at ourselves and highlight the negative things we fee…


  25. Success Secrets - The #1 Money Secret I Learned from Interviewing Over 23 Millionaires By Mike Litman
    All over the Net, people are asking you to pay them for 'get rich' secrets, all the 'systems' have different names. Have you ever asked yourself this question, how many of them are really rich? Maybe a few, right?Wouldn't it be refreshing the learn money making secrets from ones who have documentation to back up there success? Then you know they are legit. They walk their talk. And then they are worth listening to. True?Since 1998, I've hosted a business/self improvement radio show headquarter…






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