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When Chad asked if I could think back and reflect on a couple of the books about coaching that I enjoyed this past year, I quickly realized that I didn’t need to think all of the way back to the beginning of the year. I am very excited and engaged with some things that
Most of us can’t wait for 2020 to be over. Surely, we think, better things are in store for us in the new year. As we come into the new year an annual tradition will prevail. Even if you don’t actually write down some New Year’s resolutions, I’ll bet you at least think about
Ugh! It has happened once again: my “new” computer cannot upgrade to the latest Apple operating system (OS). I feel like I just got the desktop computer, but in reality, I’ve had it since 2013. Now begins a slow decline. From here forward, the number of apps and features my computer will not support
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
Many of our readers coach clients who serve within organizations such as businesses or churches. In these settings, I’ve noticed three roles that can be helpful to explore with clients. Broadly speaking, there are three ways one can engage others when it comes to making and carrying out decisions: lead, collaborate, and follow. Lead.
Jonah is the story of a caterpillar who God wraps in a transforming cocoon. The caterpillar wriggles uncomfortably through the whole process and complains constantly. Then, the cocoon tears open and out wriggles an irritated caterpillar, who never had any desire at all to be a butterfly. Why didn’t Jonah transform? What does it
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