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Ho ho ho. It’s that time of year when we don ridiculous knitwear and aspire to offer peace and goodwill in abundance. So, as we have plenty of that C already the one I have in mind is C for Coaching.
Coaching…less knitwear and more results! And no need to quaff mulled wine, which is some kind of middle class conspiracy, as it is universally and unequivocally vile. Please don’t write in.
Take time to work with a business coach, in order to have a safe space to think and to test out ideas. We have a whole shiny new year ahead of us and so we can allow ourselves an hour or two to think about what we want to achieve and what might get in the way of that. We all rush from place to place and our thinking can be hurried, or we can ignore the truth. Coaching can be like a peaceful spa afternoon. Soak up the goodness.
And I’m sure Santa gets coaching from Rudolph, to help him focus his productivity and plan for next season. He knows how to stay on top of his business objectives.
Three good coaching questions for us to mull over (no wine please) are:
A) What do you really want?
B) What past behaviour patterns or current issues could get in the way of you getting what you need?
C) If I said you had at least three options to get round any blockers, what might they be?
And if you need some Rich-coaching then I’m available globally thanks to the magic of Skype (name is richardmaun). Skype today and we can ho ho hone your ideas!
Or feel free to phone a friend!
Next week: #NorwichHour
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