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[…]

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[…]

Having Trouble Asking the Price You Really Feel Your Coaching Is Worth?

If you are charging a lower price than you feel your coaching is worth, you will soon resent that rate (and could hate coaching too!). It is therefore important for you to get to the bottom of why you are having trouble asking the price you feel your coaching services are worth. Once you address[…]

The Best Structure for a Free 30 Minute Coaching Call

You have your brand new coach certification on file, your office is set up and the clock is ticking to your first free 30-minute coaching call with the first prospective client. However, a cold sweat is beginning to trickle down your back because you aren’t sure whether you planned the structure of that complimentary call[…]

Find Your Coaching Niche

Do you know how many dream coaching clients you’re missing out on by not defining your niche as a coach? A LOT! It is important for you to “niche up” from the very start of your career as a coach so that you get off on the right footing.  At the onset, choosing a niche may[…]

How to Excel at Getting Things Done Using the 4DX Method

Many people and organizations fail to attain their goals, or they don’t achieve as much as would have been possible using the resources at their disposal. This subpar performance can be attributed to a variety of factors, but Stephen Covey and Chris McChesney in their book The 4 Disciplines of Execution highlight four key principles[…]

How Words Can Change Your Brain

Our brains can be said to operate under the influence of three forces or sections of the mind. The first is the conscious level of thought where we deliberately respond to what is happening around us. The second part is the subconscious mind which is made up of all the stored past triggers and beliefs[…]

Why Sleep is Your Superpower

When you have a nasty deadline or not just enough time to complete a task or assignment, burning the proverbial midnight oil might seem like a great idea. After all, you’ll recover the sleep arrears later, right?  Sleep expert Matt Walker warns that this is a dreadful idea. In his recent TED talk titled Sleep[…]

What Is Mentoring?

Mentoring refers to a process through which someone more experienced takes another who is less experienced and guides them so that they can grow both professionally and personally. This mentor can be either assigned to or selected by the mentee. The mentor can be either a direct superior of the mentee or the mentor can[…]