Monthly Archives: December 2017

In a recent investigation in to ADHD coaching, I noted that it is a no-barriers-to-entry kind of occupation. Anyone can hang a shingle as “coach” and there are countless consulting businesses offering executive coaching, ADHD coaching, organizational coaching, and even grief coaching for the bereaved. This got me interested in whether and under what circumstances […]

via Executive Coaching, Managerialism, and Coaching as a Profession — Love or Money


They run a six-figure online business coaching aspiring entrepreneurs. … He and Katie, pregnant at the time, were inspired by the potential of online … Provide it by Online Home Businesses

via How this family makes six figures traveling the world and working 10 hours a week — Online Home Businesses

End of year conversations carry unique weight. Why not stoke some fires? A forward-facing conversation with you transforms attitudes. A good word from you energizes effort. Baggage: A leader recently told me how much easier work is since a chronic complainer left the team. Even chronic complainers – who feel powerless – have more power […]

via How to Seize End-of-Year-Power — Leadership Freak


Step 1: Define Who Your Target Audience Is

Specialization brings profits. Diversification brings confusion.

Many business owners are afraid to pick who their target audience is. They worry that they are walking away from something, such as a missed opportunity or potential customers. They worry that they are being too narrow or limiting by specializing. What you really walk away from is an unproductive strategy. You cannot serve the whole world successfully.

Step 2: Develop A Program Your Target Audience Will Pay For

Once you have a target audience, it is time to develop a program that will easily explain what you do and what’s included in your fee.

Step 3: Decide On A Marketing Strategy

Once you know who you want to work with and what your program or product costs; it’s time to market yourself and spread the word.

Here’s some insight into marketing. Marketing is simple. Marketing is straight- forward. You do one thing, and you get another. For example, you put up a web site, and people visit it. You write a newsletter, and people read it. You speak to a local business group, and people listen to what you have to say. The confusion comes in when you are trying to figure out which thing to do first, or you are trying to do everything at once.

If you are struggling with marketing, know that you are not alone.

Step 4: Discover How To Sell

Fear of selling is very common. Selling can be tough. Between learning how to be run a business, making a living as a business owner, and overcoming your personal opinions about what selling is, selling can be both confusing and overwhelming. Selling can also be easy and effortless.

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“Be a force of nature instead of a feverish, selfish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy.” — George Bernard Shaw

via Quote of the day — M.C. Tuggle, Writer

By Surkheel Abu Aaliyah Niels Bohr, a founding father of quantum physics, is once said to have remarked that anyone who is not mind boggled by quantum physics, hasn’t really understood it. So let’s have a stab at trying to be boggled: In the quantum world, electrons in atoms jump orbit without travelling the space […]

via Quantum Physics & the Meaning of Life: — Blogging Theology

On the subject of thinking, metaphysics is the first matter to clarify because the power to think is the only really transcendent power there is. This clarification of metaphysics isn’t speculation about anything, and not a matter of learning what text-book philosophers have claimed. Since everybody is drawing from the encounter with time, the crucial […]

via Politics is Metaphysics — in the blind spot

The journey toward metaphysics as seeing requires preliminary steps to be taken. The first step is to appreciate that when investigating the five most basic questions of life[1] a metaphysical schematic is required, that is, the importance of metaphysics must be recognized. After identifying the importance of metaphysics, another preliminary step is essential in the […]

via Metaphysics as Seeing: The Necessity of Metaphysics — The Socratic Catholic

Change The World

Group Coaching

Group coaches work with individuals in groups. The focus can range from leadership development to career development, stress management to team building. Group coaching combines the benefits of individual coaching with the resources of groups. Individuals learn from each other and the interactions that take place within the group setting. Often the coach observes the group interacting at work or in meetings and then feeds back to the group the dynamics and behaviors that are helping or hindering the team.

Peer Coaching

In this form of coaching a group of peers are trained to explore work issues with each other using the group to ask compelling questions, provide feedback and occasionally advice. The peer group is a stable and committed group. Sometimes a coach facilitates the group.

Performance Coaching

Performance coaches help employees at all levels better understand the requirements of their jobs, the competencies needed to fulfill those requirements, any gaps in their current performance, and opportunities to improve performance. Coaches then work with the employees, their bosses, and others in their workplace to help the employees fill performance gaps and develop plans for further professional development.

New Leader/Onboarding or Transition Coaching

Coaches of individuals assigned or hired into new leadership roles help these leaders accelerate their assimilation into and effectiveness in the new position… The goal of the coaching is to clarify with the leader’s key constituents the most important responsibilities of her new role, her deliverable’s in the first few months of the new assignment, and ways in which she and her team are interdependent with others in the organization.

High-Potential or Developmental Coaching

The coach works with organizations to develop the potential of individuals who have been identified as key to the organization’s future or are part of the organization’s succession plan. The focus of the coaching may include assessment, competency development, or assistance planning and implementing strategic projects.

Coaching for 360 Debriefing and Development Planning

Organizations that use assessment or 360 feedback processes often utilize coaches to help employees interpret the results of their assessments and feedback. In addition, coaches work with individuals to establish professional development plans based on feedback, assessment results, and other relevant data.

Targeted Behavioral Coaching

Coaches who provide targeted behavioral coaching help individuals to change specific behaviors or habits or learn new, more effective ways to work and interact with others. This type of coaching often helps individuals who are otherwise very valuable to their organizations modify or change a behavior that is counterproductive.

Succession Coaching

The succession coach helps assess candidates for senior management positions and prepares them for promotion to more senior roles. Such a coach must have specific assessment technology skills. If not, the assessment and coaching would be provided by different people.

Although this type of coaching may be used in any organization that is experiencing growth or turnover in its leadership ranks, it is essential in family businesses in order to maintain the viability of the firm.

Team Coaching

One or more team coaches work with the leader and members of a team to establish their team mission, vision, strategy, and rules of engagement with one another. The team leader and members may be coached individually to build skills in facilitating team meetings and other interactions, build the effectiveness of the group as a high- performance team, and achieve team goals.

Personal/Life Coaching

The personal/life coach helps individuals gain awareness of and clarify their personal goals and priorities, better understand their thoughts, feelings, and options, and take appropriate actions to change their lives, accomplish their goals, and feel more fulfilled. This form of coaching may be integrated into an Executive Coaching engagement but only as part of a strategy approved by the organization.

Health Coaching

This is a fast growing form of coaching being used by insurance companies, health centers and organizations to ensure the well-being of individuals. It can be incorporated into am Executive Coaching engagement.

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The featured image is a work by the incredibly talented Steve Cutts. Kids growing up in 2017’s digital dystopia are sold one of the biggest lies ever told. That social media is an innocuous online tool to “connect” with friends. In reality social media has destroyed meaningful connection and replaced it with artificial online packs […]

via Why Young People Are Ditching Social Media For Good — The Conversation Room

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