I recently received a call from June, an Executive Coach who specialized in women’s leadership within the finance sector. During our discussion, June shared with me that although she was keen to grow her business, she was finding it difficult to attract new clients. She was worried that if her business didn’t grow, she would […]Read more →
Coaches often tell me that their most rewarding moments are the ones spent “in the zone.” The zone is that magical state of mind where we feel inspired and in perfect alignment with our purpose. Think about the last time you had a moment like this. What were you doing? Chances are you were doing […]Read more →
“It smells like burning metal.” I haven’t done any research, but I’m pretty sure that this statement is not among the top three things you’d hope to hear from your wife Linda, regarding the microwave oven in your kitchen. I promised to give it a look when I got home that night. And so I […]Read more →
While we have talked about a coaching approach to business development (or relationship-building without attachment, as I choose to think about it), we haven’t gotten to the specifics of what to say in these daunting conversations. How do you talk to your potential clients? How do you tell people what you do? What do you […]Read more →
“Sir, you have not put on your seatbelt.” I am in the air as I write, en route to Hong Kong. Just before taking off, a flight attendant said this to an absent-minded me. Without trying to over-analyze a rather typical line, what do you notice about it? That’s right: It is a simple statement […]Read more →
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