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4 Questions for Diving Deeper into a Topic

As a coach, you may realize at a certain point in a coaching relationship that a client isn’t going as deep into an issue that they need help with in the way that you expect. This is especially likely if emotions are connected to the root of the problem, so you may wish to gently[…]

5 Questions for Assessing a Situation

As a professional coach, you know that you have a duty to accompany your client on a journey that will result in that client finding for himself or herself the solutions to the issues they face. Now comes the tricky part about your role as a coach; as you accompany your client, you need to[…]

5 Questions for Incorporating Fun

Coaching must take place in an open and safe environment for coaching clients. Your biggest task as a coach is to create this open and safe environment right from the get-go when a client hires you. One way to achieve this is by incorporating some fun into the coaching session. Every person has a child[…]

5 Questions for Getting a Clear Vision

As a coach, you are aware that you have your own frame of reference that shapes how you view everything around you, including your coaching clients and their issues. This frame of reference is shaped by the experiences you have had, the education you underwent, the values you uphold, among others. In the same way,[…]

How to Live the Life You Want

One of the most common regrets that people have when they are on their deathbeds is that they wish they had lived their lives in accordance with their own inclination. In other words, as these people are dying, they confess that it wasn’t worth it to let other forces (society, spouses, employers, etc.) to dictate[…]

How to Map Out Concrete Goals

When you look back over the last couple of years, can you definitively state that you are happy with the results you got in each of those years? If you want 2020 to be the year when things turn around, the year when you register achievements that are beyond your wildest dreams, then you need[…]

How to Overcome Procrastination

In our last post, we dwelt at length on what procrastination is and also explored some of the causes of this habit. It is important to note here that procrastination differs from being lazy since being lazy has more to do with apathy while procrastination may entail choosing to do something else instead of doing[…]