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One thing you might not know about me is that I LOVE group coaching!
In all my 20+ years of working with business & people development, I've found group coaching to be, hand on heart, THE most effective method of growth and learning.
Another thing you might not know about me is that I moonlight as a group coach for David Siteman Garland's Accelerator Program. Which means I coach small groups of people for 90 days in creating an online course, from scratch.
I've helped people create courses about fertility, painting, career change, divorce recovery, meditation, piano competitions and even cancer blood tests!
I love it.
Helping people put their knowledge and experience (and passions) into a format that truly makes the world a better place.
Recently, I was interviewed by David Siteman Garland himself on his podcast out the power of group coaching.
You might find it interesting....
Where has my time gone?
I don’t have the time.
I’m soooo busy.
Too much to do and not enough time to do it!
Do any of these statements come out of your mouth often?
If they do, then you are probably time-poor!
And our beliefs about time are way more powerful than any productivity app!
So having clarity around how we think about time and how we 'waste' time can help us have more energy and be way more productive.
And that's what I'm chatting about in this week's video.
Hey, when that to-do list gets overwhelming and your best intentions have all gone pear-shaped, here's a quick productivity tip, to turn your day around. In minutes.
I also explain why affirmations don’t work!
What this week's episode now (it's under 5 minutes)!
And go and have yourself a fabulous day.
Why do you do what you do?
This week's episode is all about that.
Plus how looking at what makes you mad can help you identify what really matters to you.
If you know what your values are and you communicate them, you'll never worry about unsubscribes or people unfollowing you again.
Email me at [email protected] and tell me what YOU stand for.
Have a super week.