Our next CSF call – CONFIDENTIALITY

All right.  I’d tell you all about this call, but CONFIDENTIALLY speaking, I really shouldn’t say anything.  

Perhaps it’s something you should discover for yourself.  And the only way to do that is to join in the next coaching Skills fourm Call, Wednesday, January 28 at 2:00 Central/ 3:00 Eastern

Just call 218-339-8524 PIN: 2336# and be ready for fun.

The call is completley free to join, and CCEUs are also available.

Visit www.coachingskillsforum.com for more info and the full calendar of events.

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What is MasterFull Coaching?

What is MasterFull Coaching?

After witnessing plenty of amazing coaches in action, it seems that one of the things that makes a powerful difference in our coaching is…

CONFIDENCE.

Confidence is defined as “Having trust in a person or thing, a belief in one’s abilities.”  And when our confidence is low, then our trust is low.    Trust in our coaching.  Trust in our client.  Trust in the relationship.  Trust in our skills.  Trust in our experience.  Trust in what’s possible.  Trust in ourselves.

And what do you think happens to our coaching when our confidence is low?  What about our marketing?  How about our creativity and passion and purpose?  You guessed it: all low.

On the other hand, when our confidence is high, that means our TRUST is high.  And when we have full trust, that becomes our empowered beliefs.  And those Beliefs support powerful actions.  And it’s those new and powerful actions, born of TRUST and CONFIDENCE that create exciting Results.

Results in your coaching, results in your marketing, results in your creativity, results in your clients.

So the first question I have for you is: On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your Coaching Confidence?

Second question: What would it take to increase that number, and what would it be like when it gets higher.

Third: Will you come as my guest to the first class of the Fast Pass to MasterFull Coaching teleclass?

Wednesday, January 28 from 11:00 to 1:00 Central

Just send me an email letting me know you’re interested and I’ll reply with the call in number.

There’s no obligation, but if you really want to grow your confidence, this call is a powerfull beginning.  (And the rest of the FPMC is even more powerfull.)

Come and discover “What is MasterFull Coaching” and watch your coaching confidence grow right before your very eyes.

Visit www.mastermycoaching.com for more information

What are you waiting for?
Your coaching will never be the same.

I’m presenting at the ICF-Midwest conference!!!

That’s right.  If you want to watch your coaching socks get blown off,

If you want to discover an amazing new process and approach to your coaching model and skills,

If you are ready to kick your coaching into the next level,

If you are set to discover what ACC, PCC and even MCC coaches are calling “BRILLIANT!”

Then visit www.ICF-Midwest.com and lock yourself in for the 2015 Coaching Conference in June

I’ll be there presenting my exciting and transformative workshop, “The Elements of Our Coaching.”

 

More to come.  This is just the first announcement.

Coaching for a Cause update

Many of you perhaps saw my earlier post around Christmastime for a new idea I had called “Coaching for a Cause” in which I offered to donate coaching to anyone who made a charity contribution at the end of the year—matching coaching minutes to donated dollars.

This turned out even bigger and better than I expected.   I originally set a cap of only being able to accept up to $2015 dollars which would equal about 30 hours of coaching.  However, on the last day, several requests/ submissions came in and I didn’t have the heart to say, “NO” and potentially deny the intended charity their gift so I went beyond.

And so I’m very proud and pleased to announce that the final total raised for various charities (in 5 days, mind you) was $3188.

Which translates to over 50 hours of coaching.  (*WHEW*)

What’s really exciting is the wide range of coaches that I get to interact and engage with.

And even more exciting is the wide range of charities and organizations that together we all have helped in some way—great or small.  Ranging from worldwide to local communities.  Helping people struggling with poverty to animals suffering from abuse.  Providing vital services to those who can’t afford along with food and shelter, and just about everything else inbetween.

Here’s the full list of all the charities that received contributions.

Actions Education au Niger http://www.aeniger.ch/fr/
ALLEY CAT ALLIES http://www.alleycat.org/
American Humane Association http://www.americanhumane.org/
Amnesty International http://www.amnesty.org/
Animal Legal Defense Fund http://aldf.org/
ASPCA https://www.aspca.org/
Christian Community Health Fellowship https://www.cchf.org/
Connecticut Food Bank http://www.ctfoodbank.org/
Environmental Defense Fund http://www.edf.org/
Foundations Charities
freddy fischer stiftung http://www.freddyfischer-stiftung.de/
General Fund for Libertyville http://www.libertyville.com/index.aspx?NID=73
Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement http://www.haceonline.org/
Honoring the Path of the Warrior http://www.honoringthepath.org/
ICF foundation http://foundation.coachfederation.org/
Insight Meditation Community of Washington http://imcw.org/
Institute for Sacred Activism http://www.andrewharvey.net/
Island Dog, Inc. http://www.islanddog.org/
Jessie Rees Foundation. http://negu.org/
Khan Academy https://www.khanacademy.org/
Kiva http://www.kiva.org/
Natural Resources Defense Council http://www.nrdc.org/
Rikki’s Refuge http://rikkisrefuge.org/
southern Poverty Law Center http://www.splcenter.org/
Special Olympics http://www.specialolympics.org/
SUICIDE PREVENTION SERVICES http://www.spsamerica.org/
The HAE Association http://www.haea.org/
The Littlegrass Ranch http://littlegrassranch.org/
The Nature Conservancy http://www.nature.org/
THE TRUST FOR PUBLIC LAND http://www.tpl.org/
WBEZ http://www.wbez.org/
WDI www.wheatondrama.org
Witness http://witness.org/
WORLD ANIMAL PROTECTION http://www.worldanimalprotection.org/
World Wildlife Fund https://www.worldwildlife.org/

While the offer has been closed (for now) you are always welcome and invited to either add your own contribution to one of these organizations or to one of your own.  There never is a bad time to give help to others in need.

This has truly been a humbling experience and an honor.  And I’m already looking at what I/we can create for next year.