Tag Archives: improving

What it’s all about

Being a good coach is so much more than having a good skill set to share.  It is 95% about building effective relationships. I started coaching as a closed off, hidden and not very approachable person.  In hindsight, it’s obvious … Continue reading

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To fix or not to fix

A lot of folks go to the gym to fix something. To change something, to get away or escape certain things. We want to lose weight, get away from our anger, get rid of our stress, be better people, Trying … Continue reading

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Learning is paramount

If I stop learning, please just bury me.  Don’t even check for a pulse, just dig a hole, dump me in and cover me up. Learning is passion and passion is learning to me.  I have committed my entire life … Continue reading

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Constructive Dissatisfaction

Previous to my coaching life, I worked for United Parcel Service.  Anyone who knows me, knows I do everything 100% or more.  Such was the case for me in the brown army.  I “bled brown” just as I bleed boxing … Continue reading

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Coaching

I’ve said this before.  Coaches like to have answers and give advice.  It makes us feel useful in our jobs, gives us control and a sense of empowerment. In my life, I have often been a “cut you off” kind … Continue reading

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