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Video: Holding the Space

One of the most important things we do for our clients is hold the space for them to explore themselves. What we mean by that is it’s not a physical, literal space that we’re holding, … Read More

Book Recommendations-Master Class

During Master Class Coach Training, I asked the students to give me their top five picks for books.  I loved reading their answers and thought you might too. Kris Plachy Mitten Strings for God– Katrina … Read More

Thoughts to Think

A large part of the work we do as coaches is cultivating new thoughts for the mind to think.  Once you understand your mind and how it works by increasing your awareness and consciousness, then … Read More

Coach Interviews

Love this series Lisa Hayes did on “Gorgeous Genius Voices”. Have a free listen.  (She interviewed me first-so scroll to the bottom if you want to listen to that one.) http://www.gorgeousgeniusvoices.com/

Thought Quality

Lately, I have been thinking a lot about thought quality. When our clients first come to us, we help them to  identify poisonous, negative thinking and see its impact on emotional well being. But as … Read More

Creating a New Religion

One of the assignments my students have in class is to create a new religion based on what they have learned and what they want to believe about their own lives. One of the students, … Read More

Success is a Circle

You are going to hear this a lot from your clients… I want to get ahead I should be further along I can’t catch up I am always behind It’s as if we are all … Read More

Accomplishment

I was reading some sales and marketing materials from Dan Kennedy and he said the darnedest thing. He said people who sign up for something see that as an accomplishment. So when someone gets a membership … Read More

I Know What I’m Doing

This thought is so empowering. I have recently just noticed how often I think (and believe) this thought. That is not to say I don’t have evidence to the contrary, because I most certainly do; … Read More

Great Work is Great Work

I just taught a class to my graduates: 1000 Raving Fans. One of the concepts I talked about is being “new” and all the benefits that come with not having an established business. You have … Read More

Five Teachers at a Time Max

If you are like me, you love to learn. Often, I am reading a book, applying a concept from another book, and buying a book all within the same hour. So I have come up … Read More

Don’t be a Hater

It fascinates me when entrepreneurs put down their competitors or their colleagues. As if it will somehow make them look better. It doesn’t. It makes you look worse. It makes you look like a hater. … Read More

Niche?

One of the questions I get asked often from my students is:  Do I have to pick a niche? Well, first off, you don’t have to do anything. You can do whatever the heck you … Read More

I Want to be a Good Coach

This is something I have heard my students saying a lot lately. They question whether or not they are “good” coaches. I was trying to remember if I felt this way when I was a … Read More

Depression

As defined by PubMed Health: Depression may be described as feeling sad, blue, unhappy, miserable, or down in the dumps. Most of us feel this way at one time or another for short periods. Clinical … Read More