When and How You Should Argue with Your Coach?

This is important, and I hope everyone gets it. As a coach, I often experience people taking my remarks as criticism, and are compelled to protect or defend themselves. I normally "fire them" as clients. Why? Because they are missing the point. And I am not about wasting my "Light" on black holes... You hire a coach to point out what they can see from their Point Of View. What is their Point Of View? That is immaterial. The only thing that matters is that their Point Of View is not the same as …

Making A Difference... How Can YOU Make A Difference?

I have been nurturing this sense that I can make a difference in the world forever... I even remember at age 3-4 thinking about that, so it must have come from before birth... Of course, life doesn't seem to prove it. As a coach I may be able to change someone's behavior, maybe even contribute to them being high-minded, but all in all, my life, from the Point Of View of making a difference, has been a failure. I am reaching for the starts, and I am coming up with a fistful of dirt... time and …

If you were a company: what kind of company would you be?

We all come with different strengths... it could be said, they are inclinations. They are approaches to life and to challenges. When left to our own devices, we always do things the same way... good or bad, effective or not, we say "it should work" then it doesn't.

… failures, so listen up. Let's look at conation from a new Point Of View to shed light of what's wreaking havoc on your business, ok? Each company needs a ceo. A ceo's job is to hold the vision of the company and its direction. His job is to know what to do to accomplish the company's goal. The ceo looks at the company, and the world from his 22nd floor penthouse office, and sees the big picture, sees the connection between stuff... That's the ceo. He is the strategist, or the general of this …