What Coaches Do

The most difficult work many professionals do… is getting someone else to agree with their point of view and take action. The second most difficult work professionals do is developing a point of view in the first place. – Seth Godin Coaches ‘get’ people to (see their true) point of view and take action. We do …

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How To Make The *Most* of Time

I recently read an article by Brian Tracy in which he makes a point of asking three questions in regards to time. Putting aside the idea that time “management” is impossible (one cannot manage time, only themselves and their choices), I wanted to share these questions here: #1 – What are my highest-value activities? #2 …

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Fail More, Get Better

When I look at the kids training today… I can tell which ones are going to do well. It’s not necessarily the ones who have the most natural talent or who fall the least. Sometimes it’s the kids who fall the most, and keep pulling themselves up and trying again. – Michelle Kwan If you …

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Deadlines Produce Bad Work

Is that a provocative enough title? Well, it’s true. So many people say they work best under deadline. They say that deadlines make them more focused, etc.. Unfortunately, they’re mistaken. Yes, deadlines often result in work activity, and usually completion, it is however, not the best one can do. If the measure is (for example): …

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Be Clear

It’s not so much how busy you are, but why you are busy. The bee is praised. The mosquito is swatted. – Mary Flannery O’Connor It’s not enough to not be passive, one must have desire. It’s not enough to move, one must have a purpose. It’s not enough to be active, one must be …

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