Tag Archives: life coaching

Behavior Uncut: Situational Power

All people are capable of enacting the most treasured behaviors as well as the most heinous behaviors. It’s human nature… Based on the situation, people act in ways that align with a belief of self-identity. The executive function of the brain could make an unselfish choice that would lead to certain consequences. People believe that […]

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The Secrets of Professional Coaching

  Professional business and life coaching is action-focused and results-oriented. Coaches enable clients to enhance their focus on developing successful solutions and to mitigate self-defeating beliefs about their performance. Coaches have and instill a single-minded focus on achievement. Professional Coaching is not for everyone and not all coaches are created equal. Coaching is a learned […]

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Strengths-Based Process: Leveraging Strengths for Success

We all have strengths – We all have weaknesses. The common consensus is that we should improve our weaknesses to become more balanced and competent.  This misinformed belief leads people to become average. None of us are satisfied with average – there has to be another way to develop. Yes, you need to be aware […]

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There is Always a Solution

When all hope is lost there is still a solution. There is never an end, but there is always a new beginning. Are you willing to acknowledge alternatives and encounter the pain involved to travel the less traveled path? Change is inevitable and accepting change is more difficult than change itself. Identifying the solution is […]

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Becoming a Coaching Client (Coachee)

The needed mindset of a successful coachee relies on 5 factors: 1. Openness to new experience. 2. Commitment to self-work. 3. Deep thinking for resolution. 4. Ability to deal with moments of discomfort. 5. A strong motivation to become more successful. Becoming a first time coaching client is a new experience that from a distance […]

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