MAR
30

Master Coach June Davidson, Ph.D. speaks about the difference between therapy and coaching

Master Coach June Davidson, Ph.D. speaks about the difference between therapy and coaching

If you've ever wondered what the distinctions and benefits of coaching are as opposed to therapy, then this podcast is for you. Click on the link of your choice below to "lean in" and hear what June has to say:

StressFreeNow

http://www.stressfreenow.info/june-davidson-the-benefits-of-coaching/

iTunes

https://itunes.apple.com/us/­podcast/stress-free-now/­id991567073 

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MAR
08

The Art of Coaching is that of asking questions

The Art of Coaching is that of asking questions
Believe In GreatnessAlways Speaking Kindly

Sharing stories and break troughs for the Person Being Coached (PBC) is the epitome of coaching.  Sharing these stories adds insight to the happening.

Coach John works with restaurant "Start Up" Businesses owners. We think all they need to have to be successful  is a great chef, a great location, great location, great good and just "Open the Door" and people will come.

According to Coach John  there is so much more.  He starts with the Business Plan which is extremely important.  There are five steps to the Business Plan and John takes the restaurant owner through all of them listening carefully to their answers.

Number One: The Vision must be seen, heard and felt by the Owner.  Coach John again listens intently asking the right questions to get the PBC to their "Best Solution".

Number two is the Mission Statement.  Coach John listens while the owner crafts it with 8 words or less.  Perhaps digging deeper with questions, are there better words....How do you feel about this?  Can You Sharpen it even more? What is your "Big Why?"   Your objectives for your restaurant.  Can you think a little like Steve Jobs knowing "It will be the BEST!

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ASLA get the One Page Business Plan audio and worksheet

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