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Business Coaching Leadership

Forget niches, think about serving the smallest viable audience…

… and that could be an audience of just one person, though not really recommended for your main gig. It’s a great start for a side-hustle though. I’ve been seeing “niche-reports” in the form of swanky PDFs and videos (most of which, like a 99.99999%, would be gated) floating across the internet for the past […]

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Coaching Personal growth

The FUEL coaching model

Bumped into the FUEL coaching model last week and I’ve been fascinated by its simplicity and ease of use. I wouldn’t call it a step up from the GROW model of coaching but an alternate framework to try out with your clients. If you’re asking “why the heck would I try out something new during […]

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Coaching Personal growth Random Thoughts

More isn’t better, less is

The past couple of weeks have been overwhelming. The amount of stuff that I end up doing on a daily basis was just enormous! And it seemed there was just no end to it! Every night I would plan for the next day and write the big 6 goals that I plan to smash out […]

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Coaching

49 and back

I’ve got 16 more years before I turn 49… And since I’m usually goal-oriented I thought it would be an easy exercise to work backward from the age 49. I was so wrong. Not only did I not struggle but it took me more than 2 months to complete this assignment. In fact, I just […]

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Coaching

Two great days in a person’s life…

… the day we are born and the day we discover why. That’s an inspiring quote. In fact, it’s one of my favorites. I had a poster of it right in front of me for almost 5 years. And this quote helped me push myself to the limits and get through the grind when things […]

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Coaching

Growth is a continuum, not an event

Despite my nature, I play it safe. Almost all the time. Especially when things are new to me and I want to be absolutely sure I’m following the right process, learning from the mistakes and doing a good job overall. And I keep at it until it becomes second-nature to me. I start to play […]