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Category Archives: commitment
Have a Hard Time Saying "No"?
She thinks she has a serious problem with time management. Image credit: dolgachov / 123RF Stock Photo Her struggle is really with integrity. She thinks she has a hard time saying “no” to people; as a result, you never know what … Continue reading
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A Brochure on Coaching?
My last post was on the Cost of Change, and addressed an obstacle that keeps many people from getting the coaching they want and need. My friend, Julie Poland, addressed another obstacle, Choice of Venue, in her blog. Today, I … Continue reading
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How much does change cost?
My good friend, colleague and bi-monthly peer coach Julie Poland wrote a wonderful article about one of the obstacles that keep people from engaging in a coaching relationship, The Summit Blog: Alternative venues for you and your coach. Another obstacle that … Continue reading
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