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Everyone in the Media is talking about Coaching!

“You will never maximize your potential in any area without COACHING. It is impossible. You may be good. You may even be better than everyone else. But without outside input you will never be as good as you could be.” – Andy Stanley   “If you want to build your … Continue reading

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Coaching springs from the ancient Biblical Model of Mentoring

The Bible teaches the Mentor Model… here are a number of references to build on as you coach others toward reaching their potential.    Titus 2:3-5 – Older women likewise are to be reverent in behavior, not slanderers or slaves to much wine. They are to teach what is good, … Continue reading

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Peter Drucker believed in creating positve change… do you?

   Peter Drucker was the Father of American Management. He had multiple insights about positive change, espeically about the changes to traditional education, like the one below. Bottom line for you as a coach? Be ready!   Join ICCA to be part of the radical transformation of positive change. www.ICCAOnline.net … Continue reading

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Key questions to Coach through Mid-Life from Peter Drucker

Drucker invented Management… here are his coaching strategies to manage Mid-Life:    What is my passion? How am I wired? Where do I belong? What do I believe? What will I do about what I believe? What are my values, my aspirations, my directions? What do I have to do, to … Continue reading

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Being a Difference Maker- a Memorial to Zig

  Most people are familiar with the fact that on October 8, 1871, a fire broke out in Chicago and claimed more than 200 lives and destroyed more than 7,000 buildings. But many people do not realize that on the same day, fire also broke out in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. That … Continue reading

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Do you treat coaching like a Hobby or a Business?

“Unless coaching is merely your ‘hobby’, then it is time to be “in business” and to make money. Too often, people jump on the bandwagon of coaching without realizing they are really running a business. They learn excellent Coaching skills, but have no idea how to run a business, let … Continue reading

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Coaches have to walk the walk – before others listen to their talk

” I’d rather see a sermon, than hear one any day. I’d rather once you walk with me, than merely show the way. The eye’s a better pupil, and more willing than the ear. Fine counsel is confusing, but the example’s always clear. I soon can learn to do it, … Continue reading

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The most important element for Coaching Success? – ASSOCIATION

“All of us have benefited from the INDUSTRIAL age, the TECHNOLOGY age, and most recently, the age of INFORMATION. And without question, we have entered into the most influential age … the age of ASSOCIATION. Never before has it been more crucial to be connected to, or associated with, people … Continue reading

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Why do so many Coaches Fail? They don’t Focus!

“People have a tendency to consistently stop & start things, always looking for the next great opportunity, but never sticking it out and seeing it through to completion. They are constantly searching for a ‘better’ business, ‘better’ opportunity, ‘better’ community, ‘better’ training, ‘better’ clients. They are not ‘all in’ wherever … Continue reading

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