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Ways you CAN help when a loved one is in crisis

A few years back, before I started learning the right way to be a coach, I decided to go ahead and take on an individual coaching client. 1,223 more words

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7 Ways to Ask Questions like a Coach

Leaders should be more coach-like. I’m probably not the first person who has penned those words in a blog post. My guess is that you’ve heard that advice before—possibly even tried being more coach-like with your team members and direct reports but ultimately realized that it takes a lot of time to do well. 441 more words


New Business Book Summary Available for The Power of Fifty Bits

People’s natural inclinations when making decisions tend to default to patterns that do not help them in the long run. While there is broad agreement among researchers about the science underpinning these tendencies, people need more solutions to help overcome the gap between what they really want to do and what they actually do. 292 more words

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Could You Be More Coach-like in Your One-on-One Conversations?

Recently I was reading the white paper “Bringing Science to the Art of Coaching.” Authors Jack Zenger and Kathleen Stinnett look at a couple of key questions to explore while examining what research says about the effectiveness of coaching. 447 more words


Personal Development Series: Tim Ferris's Comfort Experiment

It would be an understatement to say that I am a huge fan of Tim Ferris. His books are my bible and he is Jesus to me. 591 more words

Lost Boys

Do you ever feel like (a plastic bag) you’re existing for the sake of someone else. In the sense that you’re moulding yourself to another person in effort to keep them with you. 278 more words

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