Category: Coaching

Personal Success: The 1% Club

The power to excel exponentially at improving is in joining The 1% Club. If you work diligently to get 1% better each day, in one year you’ll be ~38% better. Imagine where you could be in 5, 10 or 20 years? The real power here is to…………………………………………………….. view article


Do You Want to Work With a Coach?

Most people would like to work with a coach because of the self-evident benefits. But two things hold people back. In this post, I’ll show evidence that those beliefs are myths. Executives and CEOs ask for help all the time. Maybe being a CEO gives one the confidence and self-assurance to ask for help. These senior leaders know they are progressing just fine. They ask for help because they know, if they’re not progressing, they are falling behind. They are serious about growth and development. They know it affects the bottom line………….  view article


Maximize Improvement

eople want to maximize improvement. Even though we have an abundance of material wealth and a free democratic society, most people remain unhappy and they pursue improvement. Ultimately, they become even more dissatisfied, frustrated and unhappy when books, retreats, Yoga and pursuing a “better self” doesn’t provide the results that were initially overpromised. While you are trying to pull yourself forward, there is an unspecified weight holding you back. This weight is sometimes called………………………… view article


What Am I Good At

When asking, What Am I Good At, many people rely on others to tell them what they are good at. This approach is flawed. Just as any other “tool” outside of you that is designed to help you discover your strengths. Almost everyone I have ever had a coaching conversation with has read the book……………………….. view article


Coaching You Can Afford

You may have noticed that coaching is expensive. That’s because of the deeply personal, immersive effort put forth on behalf of the client’s growth. Coaching fees represent reasonable compensation for my contribution of value that results in your dramatic return on investment. So why would I offer a Pay What You Can or Pay What You Enjoy Program* option to clients?  view article