We all fall into the comparison trap at one point or another I’m sharing five ways to support yourself and escape comparisonitis when you find yourself stuck.
Category: Coaching Skills
Portia Jackson is obsessed with all things related to personal finance, designing your fulfilled life, and the Enneagram. She joins us to talk about the importance of money, wealth, and coaching and how you can build wealth as an online business owner.
When working with coaching clients, we often come from a place of trying to help them avoid failure. What if we shift that thinking? It’s not our job to help our clients eliminate failure. It’s to help them redefine their relationship with it and leverage that failure for success. Today we’re talking about navigating failure in a way that leverages our experiences into future success.
Today we’re getting curious about why the summer slump happens, and I’m sharing tools you can use for yourself and your clients to break out of the summer slump and get back to a place of alignment.
Psychologist, coach, and author, Dr. Aprilia West talks about Emotion Efficacy Therapy and how coaches and therapists can utilize it for their clients and themselves.
As your coaching business grows, the way you do business has to grow with you. From clear offers to how your clients pay and the support you need as a business owner, in this episode I’m sharing the four elements every coach needs in their business.
Is a coaching certification the next step in your journey? What do the recent ICF changes mean for you if you already completed an accredited program? Today I’m breaking down the changes to the International Coaching Federation’s (ICF) credentialing and accreditation process and what it means for you as a coach.
What do you do when you feel stuck or unmotivated in your business? Six years into this journey, I’m still learning new ways to approach my work and the importance of creating time and space for self-reflection. Today I’m sharing lessons from my recent launch and how to get back on track in your coaching business.
Psychotherapist and author Laura Mae Northrup shares her perspective on doing our own healing work as healing practitioners, how to find your deep spiritual truth, why we need to rethink how systematic oppression influences our perspective in our practices, and her unique writing process.
When disagreements arise, it’s merely because we are human. It’s a normal occurrence that we can learn how to maneuver within our coaching relationships. In today’s episode, we’re diving into conflict and what to do when you and your client disagree with each other.