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Get More Time & Freedom Back With This Coaching Tool That Is Surprisingly De-stressing Too

Ever feel overwhelmed and stressed by an endless to-do list? If so, you’re not alone. However, the fastest way to burn out, experience health concerns, and defeat, is stress. So rather than letting yourself feel overwhelmed and stressed from a to-do list, the easiest way to relieve those feelings is by “chunking down” your list. […]

[PCU Coaching Tool] Content Planning for 2018!

    In today’s fast-paced social environment, it may feel overwhelming to come up with original content to engage your community. However, this process does not have to be stressful.   While it may feel that you have to keep up with a never ending trends, formats and ways to engage your community, today’s tool helps[…]

5 Action-based Questions to Help Your Coaching Clients Get Unstuck

  Are you feeling stuck? Have a client or team member who is stuck in a rut? (We’ve got the perfect download for you below!)   Listen, it happens to all of us. Whether it’s because we’ve run out of inspiration, burnt ourselves out, or simply overwhelmed ourselves with heaps of “to-do’s”, feeling stuck sometimes[…]

Are you who your coaching clients are looking for?

  We have covered that it’s important to know what types of coaching clients you want to work with and who you are built to help. However with the increase in popularity of coaches, it’s also important to know what your clients are looking for.   For instance, if you are a coach who is[…]

Becoming an Effective Coach in Business

  An area we have experienced success in our coaching business is working with groups in the corporate arena. If you are a coach and have not explored bringing your coaching skills to a business environment for an additional revenue stream, this could be the time to do so.   Most companies are implementing coaching[…]

Break Up with Multitasking

  The first step to breaking up with multitasking is to break up with the word – period. It is scientifically impossible to truly multitask. What you are actually doing is Task Switching.   What does that look like?   According to the Psychology Today: Task switching, not multi-tasking — The term multitasking is actually a misnomer.[…]

Coaching Tip: Absorbing Knowledge

          I sometimes come across coaches who feel they are the TILT level with learning.   They are out there, ingesting large amounts of information, hitting the streets running with it and then heading out for more. They then come to me and say, “Jairek, I literally feel like I can’t learn[…]

New Time Management Habits Part 3 – Breaking Bad Habits To Create Better Habits

We all want to make sure we use our time valuably. With a busy schedule, a phone ringing off the hook, and deadlines to meet, time management is a valuable skill. Let’s take a look at a few time management habits you should eliminate and which time management habits you should incorporate into your daily routine.[…]

Time Management Training Part 2 – Time Audit Tools

We’re all trying to strive for a good sense of time management. However, it’s much easier said than done. We need to keep ourselves in check in order to make sure we use our time effectively. Thankfully, we’ve got a few time management audits that will help keep you in check. Let’s take a look[…]

Time Management Training Part 1 – Take The Pledge

Time management is a very important part of coaching and leadership. From analyzing your team or  client’s time needs to managing your own, getting on a well timed schedule will make your coaching career much more productive. To kick off this time management training series, let’s take a very important pledge to improve our time management.[…]