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I have recently been introduced to the “blessing” of teaching grandchildren through helping with their school homework. Hopefully, without getting into Political Correctness ~ we’ve so far failed to influence their habits with our toilet seat. Thinking about our expectations of a positive outcome, brought to mind this old saying about teaching a dog new […]Continue reading
“that delivers change in your Business Life”From experience, the steps coaches take to find a coachee, can be as difficult as those, I suppose ~ often overlooked, in finding a coach. The relationship between coach and the person coached is extremely complex. The best description we have come up with is; that the coach should […]Continue reading
Recently, we had a great outcome from applying a counter intuitive solution to what looked like “not a problem at all!” My prospect didn’t want to speak about sales training or optimised revenue generation tactics, changing business processes or additional world best practice methods and tools. Their problem was they had too many opportunities breaking down […]Continue reading
“All things are twofold, one opposite the other, and He has made nothing incomplete.” Sir. 42:24 Nowhere do we propose that there are good and bad entrepreneurial aptitudes, only, that applied incorrectly they can have unintended consequences.We’ve been around to long, and tried out too many tools to believe that there is an assessment that can […]Continue reading
At the beginning of our coaching journey, EMyth gave us the perspective of the 4 stages of “learning.” Basically, there are I’m sure, more PC (politically correct) words to use, but, lets stay with the originals. This graphic we use every day when communicating with clients. As a litmus test, to understand where we are in […]Continue reading