A Plan to Achieve Results

One of my clients has come up with her own genius plan for achieving the results she wants. I was struck by the simplicity of it as she wrote it down in this week’s check-in. I told her I would turn it into an anonymous blog post because I could see immediately that it would help other small biz owners trying to focus on the important stuff. Here it is (with my embellishments in brackets!): Set intentions that feel easily achievable Some of them (not all) may push you beyond your comfort zone (some stretch is good, all stretch is exhausting) […]

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Celebrating Our Successes: Coaching’s Dirty Little Secret

My clients are modest and quite uncomfortable about celebrating their successes. But, of late, some have started deliberately to focus part of their weekly check-in reports on including an element about celebrating achievements, counting up precisely how much work has been done and how far they’ve come before rushing onwards and ever onwards to fix what’s perceived still to be wrong. It’s always been like this when it comes to celebrating successes; clients don’t like it. We are forward focused and desperate to get “there”, to that place of nirvana where everything is ship-shape and Bristol fashion, to a place […]

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