Category Archives: coaching

Your Agenda for Change

 “…a dream that lies somewhere ‘beyond your reach’ yet within the horizon of your beliefs.” Reflecting on a coaching call from earlier this morning, I am again reminded of the critical role I serve as a coach. I typically begin … Continue reading

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Your Design for Glorious Living

We were made for “Glorious Living.” It’s in Christ that we find out who we are and what we are living for. Long before we first heard of Christ…he had his eye on us, had designs on us for glorious … Continue reading

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Remember the Sabbath…or Go Nuts!

One of my long-time coaching clients has a great habit (well, actually a lot of great habits) that I truly appreciate. Twice a month before our coaching calls, he sends me both his most recent pre-session review form and the … Continue reading

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Why would an already successful person hire a coach?

Why do so many executives – people already in top positions – demand an executive coach as part of their benefits package? Because they know from experience that even their highly refined ability to see what is needed is limited … Continue reading

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Bucket List or Dream Inventory?

There is a big qualitative difference between a “bucket list” and the Dream Inventory that I ask my clients to produce. A bucket list typically focuses on things you want to do and places you want to go before you … Continue reading

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Results are merely souvenirs of great endeavor!

No one knows you and your business better than you do. So if you want someone to show you how to run your business, hire a consultant. They are everywhere. No one knows your work better than you do. If … Continue reading

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Your Potential Matters

Are you familiar with the equation E = MC2? Albert Einstein is perhaps the most famous scientist of the 20th century. One of his most recognizable accomplishments is the formula E = MC2, or the now well-known “Theory of Relativity“.  
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Develop Your Self-Inquiry Skills with Coaching

One of my goal’s as your life and business strategist and coach, is to develop your self-inquiry skills and ensure you practice them. Self-inquiry is based on an assumption that you need less advice and more safe space to access … Continue reading

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How do you get better when you’re already so good?

“How do I get better when I’m already so good?”  OK, so maybe you would never really ask this about yourself, let alone your team or your organization. I believe you could say it though, with all honesty. I believe … Continue reading

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The Right Questions

“Never tell someone anything you could ask instead.”  Stock Photos from 123RF Join #TheRightQuestions dialogue! What are the questions we should be asking ourselves? What is your question? What are your favorite questions for growth and success? “Judge a man … Continue reading

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