A lot of posts about the various types of life coaching focus on the area or niche in which the coach specializes. You have mindfulness coaches, relationship coaches, executive coaches, life coaches, and so on. However, it’s more useful to… Read More »Six Types of Life Coaching
I need to come up with an itinerary for the iNLP Center ACTP coach training. Elements should include appropriate next-level stuff that comes after our already ACSTH-credentialed life coach training. The current training includes: NLP Practitioner Certification NLP Master Practitioner… Read More »Master Coach Certification Elements
I do life coaching demonstrations for the iNLP Center. iNLP trains new life coaches and the live demos are examples of real coaching in action. In each class, an unrehearsed volunteer agrees to be coached and anything can happen from… Read More »Life Coaching Demonstrations – What is the point?
It’s a major concern for life coaches. If you have clients, you want to coach them and not venture into the realm of counseling or therapy. But how can you be sure that what you do with clients falls safely… Read More »How Life Coaches Can Avoid Doing Therapy with Clients
In order to understand why lonely people tend to avoid others, we need to define simple loneliness vs chronic loneliness. Simple loneliness is a condition, often with an achy feeling in your belly, that is remedied when you return to… Read More »Why Lonely People Avoid Others
Today I learned about a fundamental flaw that our minds cling to because the alternative is terrifying, or so we believe. This flaw is the source of all our problems. The flaw is so pernicious that it is not only… Read More »How Searching for Solutions Creates More Problems
Awe: An overwhelming feeling of reverence, humility, or wonder in the presence of something profound, vast, or beyond comprehension. The vastness of the universe is awe-inspiring. Given that, everything in the universe has the potential to produce awe, as soon… Read More »How to Create a Sense of Awe