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Great lessons from a great book

balance coaching Mar 25, 2021

I just finished a classic book that was recently recommended to me (I cannot believe I hadn't heard about it yet). The Four Agreements reminded me of many principles I have learned over time:

✅ Be impeccable with your word: integrity is a key foundation to living a fulfilled life
✅ Don’t take things personally: people have a lot of things going on that are not under your control
✅ Don’t make assumptions: we are human and tend to make crazy stories about many things. Just ask when you need an answer.
✅ Always do your best: life is short and don’t regret that you could have tried a little harder to accomplish your goals
 
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My style as a coach: direct and compassionate communicator, result-driven to help you achieve your goals

 

Picking a coach whose style matches yours may make it easier for you to collaborate. I am very upfront about my personality style and have trained extensively with various models to be as self-aware as I can. I am focused on driving to the goals we have set and I am here on your side to get there. I communicate in a concise manner and I like to get straight to the point so that we are on the same page and clear about where we are. I enjoy getting feedback (positive and constructive) and I am not afraid of changing course when needed. I also believe that less is better and sometimes the simplest things are key to success. I look forward to getting to know you more. Feel free to schedule a call with me to chat about how I can help you transform your life!

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Why balance is key to be successful

I had a wonderful conversation with Albert Myles about how to create balance as leader, how to make the best of the COVID crisis and how to learn from various cultures to grow and adopt an open-minded attitude.

 

Watch the interview with Albert T. Myles

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Why formulating a problem statement is a top critical thinking skill

How to formulate a problem statement is an essential skill to build. A problem statement doesn’t necessarily mean that there is a “problem” but it describes what you are trying to achieve, which can be an improvement, a problem to solve or a new and different way of doing things.

What can be challenging about creating a problem statement is to be able to lead with abstract thinking, instead of creating a solution before understanding the potential scope of what you are dealing with. The difference between creating the problem statement and finding the optimal solution can be seen as strategy vs. operations. If you are operation-driven, you may be in the habit of basing your performance on quantity (how much we do); if you are strategy-driven, you want to “think first” before going into action so that you can ensure you are on the right direction and could create a new way of doing based on quality, leading to better outcomes. You may still want to be...

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Feeling a gap in your behavior at work vs. other areas of life?

coaching strategy Nov 12, 2020
 

It is not uncommon to see differences in our behavior in various areas of life. Coaching can help provide a balance and tools to make you feel more comfortable where you may have challenges.

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