Why would people ever call coaching weird?

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Michael Freeley, a certified life and career coach, calls coaching… “…an active, invigorating process assisting you to reach your potential, challenging and supporting you, seeing what is working well for you and promoting that success so you can achieve miraculous and logical results.” I agree with him and his Huffington Post article: “Life Coaching is… Read more »

New Years Resolutions

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Business: Use Intention To Achieve It is now 2014 mid January!  How are you doing on your New Years Resolutions? Are you repeating the same process of running out of steam like years past?  If not, what are you doing different! 2013 taught me so much about approaching goal setting from the inside out and the role my values play... Read more »

Meeting Adversity And Thriving

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I love my work as a professional coach. Working with others helps me appreciate the adversity I have gone through in my life. My adversity brings beauty to my coaching. "The most beautiful people are those who have known defeat, known suffering, known struggle, known loss, and have found their way out of the depths.... Read more »

Wheel of Life: A Balance Tool

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Wheel of Life "Life pulls us in so many directions all at the same time making balance a challenge to find. Money, career, health; is there more? Perhaps relationship is core! Creative, curiosity most certain to encore; fun and development and so much more. So dance in the moment, create and explore then detach from the outcome! Let... Read more »

Life Coaching Cartoon

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People are always asking me, “What exactly is coaching?”. The web is full of explanations of similar and purely textual information. I know that there are people who are overwhelmed with this mass of information and so I thought I would provide visually oriented people with a more illustrative explanation.