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  I have a coaching client with a blind spot.  In fact, calling it a “spot” is a gross understatement.  The client is blind about how she shows up, the impact she has on those around her, and her contribution to the challenges she faces.  After a dozen coaching sessions, her blindness remains.  What do

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  The most important two words you can know in 2022 are Adaptive Change. Adaptive Change is when a group, a team, or an organization adapt to a brand-new environment in order to continue achieving their vision. Over the last ten years, our environment has radically changed, and, over the next ten years, it will

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  I was assessing a recording where Estelle was coaching Kelenna around a relationship issue. Estelle wanted to apply to the International Coaching Federation for her first credential, so she wanted to know if this coaching conversation would pass the ICF credential assessment. With a list of PCC markers in my hand, I listened for

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  The end of the year is a great time to be grateful.  So let’s consider what might sound like a somewhat strange gratitude prompt: what obstacles did you encounter this year? Grateful for obstacles?  It makes sense to be grateful for goals achieved, battles won, successes secured, and blessings received, but obstacles?  Yes, we

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  The Brain Has Three Gears – Park, Discovery, and Regurgitate A peek into the client’s brain reveals a gear shift. There are three gears marked on the dashboard. One starts with P, another with D, and the last with R. Just like on a car, the P stands for Park. We need to get

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  Most potential coaching clients do not understand the power of coaching. This is partly due to the loose use of the word coaching. Most consultants today call themselves a coach. They are not coaches. This has created a lot of confusion. Coaching is a series of conversations that bring focus to a client’s concerns,

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