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Why Get a Coach?

“I’ve always battled with my career. I felt like I had no purpose and I never liked what I was doing. My jobs always ended in me either being let go from downsizing or I would get fired. My coach taught me that it’s not “what I do” for a living that matters it’s ¨how I am¨ about what I am doing that does. My coach is teaching me how to break my old habits and how important it is to challenge my doubts and fears. I realize that I truly create my world by what I think. I now have practices in place that stop me from going down a path of negativity and self-doubt. As I keep up the practices she taught me, they get better and better and so does my life.”
 — Beth Armstrong, events manager

So…why get a coach?

You –

  • Develop leadership skills and practices – for work and life!
  • You enhance your career and end up in the right place…
  • Get ongoing, impartial feedback that assures your growth!

 


Feel stuck? Check out iFix Friday today…

It's fine to feel stuck. It's not fine to STAY stuck. Don't be satisfied with that. Book your free call with me today, and I'll unstick you. Love, ...
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What Do the Already Successful Do Next?

Most my clients already do fairly well. They are not newbies. They’re the kind of people you look at and think ¨they’ve arrived¨. But they have both challenges and aspirations. I went to interview high performers about how THEY up-level their game. Once you’ve reached a certain level of success, what do you want NOW?...kind of thing… Meet power house Victoria Locke, researcher and analyst - Warmly, Coach Jo PS ...
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I’ll be airing this interview tomorrow Tuesday…

..with power house Victoria Locke, American researcher and analyst. She's answering my question what you do ¨after you've succeeded¨... Make sure you catch it! Warmly, Coach Jo ...
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Before I go on vacation tomorrow, we need to talk

You know, I thought to write you this when I saw one of my friends and followers online share one of my latest videos and write a thoughtful comment on it (thank you Dr. Katharine Kay McMillan). And I thought, ¨why doesn’t everybody who sees this comment…? ¨ I know you see it. Stats don’t lie. Wherefore do you not comment then...? I’ve had some of you tell me that ...
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iFix Friday – when your to-do list keeps churning in your head

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Take Stock of What You’re Proud Of – You Should – You’re AMAZING!

Feel down in the dumps? Or unsure of your worth? Not confident you’ve ¨got it¨? I spoke to a lovely woman this morning who confided in me that she’s ¨always only gone for things in life that she knew she could do¨. In other words, she never truly jumped into the unknown nor grab a challenge completely out of her comfort zone. She’s now up against that very same lesson ...
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6-Min Ditty on How to Get Over Hurt Pride

I used to get SO hurt. And the wrong people (for me) knew EXACTLY how to get me. Because I was so gettable! I would churn on someone’s dig or negative comment for days. Have you ever felt this way? Sleepless over something that you know you took personally – but can’t get over? I recorded this little piece for you this AM. Hope it helps…xoxo, Coach Jo 6-Min Ditty ...
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Proud to be Proud!

This is the last week of Pride month, where we celebrate our right to choose our romantic partner and recognizing that we fall in love, not with a gender, but with a person. I chose it as the theme of the week, also because being proud is something that concerns all of usl. Pride counts as one of the seven deadly sins. Is it really though? Research shows that pride ...
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Can I ask you a vulnerable question? About money?

Dear you.... Do you feel your upbringing prevents you from creating money today? Here’s why I’m asking you this, because until I start working on it, it totally did for me.  During my formative years, my mother was a single mom with me. Her favorite joke was, ¨We’re having your favorite dinner tonight! ¨ I answered, ¨on no – blood pudding! Not again! ¨ Blood pudding was cheap, nutritious (lots ...
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Money Theme Week: When you have to reign in your spending

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