True Course Blog

November 1, 2016
Who would do this for you?

Who would do this for you?

  • Listen to you deeply and not interrupt with a "better idea," push a personal agenda, or try to "fix" you.
  • Ask incisive, supportive questions that spur new insights for your life, relationships, and career.
  • Be a safe, judgement-free, confidential holding place for your thoughts.
  • Support you in discovering your own solutions and clarifying your dreams.
  • Leave you feeling better, more focused, and encouraged than when you met them.
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August 9, 2016
That to Which You Pay Attention

When you engage a coach, you make a choice about the quality of your life and/or business.  How's that?  Because you are managing what gets your attention.

What's the focus of your thinking most of the time?

  • Daily brush fires and craziness
  • The deeper, broader, and more strategic concerns of life and work
  • Small, unpleasant things
  • Positive, hopeful things
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July 5, 2016
Coaching is Like That

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been enjoying the book, Deep Work by Cal Newport. He contends that the many distractions of our day lead to and embody shallow work which is of little consequence. He advocates for deep, meaningful work which can have high impact. To illustrate the nature and importance of deep work, Newman uses master craftsmen, such as blacksmiths and wheelwrights.

Coaching is Like That
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