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The Coaching Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Master Certified Coach Christopher D. McAuliffe. Whether you’re a veteran of the coaching industry with your own practice, new to professional coaching or are just considering entering the field, TCS is the perfect show to educate and entertain you. Christopher’s guests over the last 10 seasons have ranged from fledgling private practice life coaches to board members at ICF International, and have covered every corner of the business.

Latest Episodes

Being Single Over The Holidays

Episode Summary For many, the holidays are times to celebrate family, life, love, and personal goals. However, when you’re single it can be a time of anxiety. Several factors drive the pressure of being single during this season but the main driver of all of these behaviors is the feeling of loneliness. On this show, we will explore the interpersonal and professional trends that occur during the holiday season and how we can prevent them in the future. Guest 1: Clarissa Silva Show Notes Lets talk online personal dating algorithms How do we know what we want? Family relationships via algorithms Holiday season syndrome Is there a jump in online dating during the holidays? Ways to measure outcomes in relationship satisfaction Advice for loneliness and sad times Links Mentioned: I offer individual consultation and a 6 week system: http://clarissasilva.com/services/ Clients using referral code: ClariceC will get $100 off individual consultation and $1,000 off the 6-week system Follow Us: http://clarissasilva.com/

58 MIN1 w ago
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Being Single Over The Holidays

Action Based Change: Overcoming Resistance

Episode Summary In this podcastmy goal is give coaches a novel way to help people overcome their resistance to change, and the coaches will learn several practical tools to make change happen - fast. You’ll…: • Understand the human dynamics (thoughts & feelings) during the 5 stages of the J-Curve of Change • Recognize the limitations of persuasion and education as influence tools • Create GLIDE path action plans to motivate people to achieve change goals • Learn to communicate in Ground Level language to make it easy for people to change • Front-load Incentives to keep people motivated despite setbacks and self-doubts • Create Direct and easy paths by circumvent obstacles and temptations to keep the old patterns of behavior • Empathize with peoples’ doubts & fears to adopt to new behavior patterns Participants will leave the session motivated to immediately put their new skills to work in both their personal and business lives. Guest 1: Jerry Jellison Show Notes -Jerry talks about how me found his resistance method -What is people's mid-step with resistance? -Jerry talks about focusing on actions and not changing one's mind -Let's talk family interactions at Thanksgivving -Free-miums at the base of sales -How to talk at ground level. -Front load benefits and impactful praise -Alex talks ups and downs of having a coaching practice -Motivation all predicated on action Links Mentioned: Managing the Dynamics of Change Book (1) The J-Curve gives manger’s a simple, optimistic, and common sense way to discuss the process of change with front line employees. (2) Use Ground Level words to make it easy for people to start changing - thereby reducing resistance & making the change seem more do-able Follow Jerry: https://www.jjellison.com/ jellison@usc.edu

52 MIN3 w ago
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Action Based Change: Overcoming Resistance

Coaching with Identity in Mind: A Contextual Model for Improved Coach Competence

Episode Summary It is a long-held belief that "coaching, is coaching, is coaching"...and as more women and people of color gain access to coaching support, it is becoming clear that social group identity can factor into the coaching relationship. The topic of coaching with identity in mind is one that has moved to the forefront in discussions about coach competency and coach training. As Coaches, when and how do we intervene in a coaching conversation that has taken an unexpected turn to issues of social group identity? How does my power as a Coach (the often unacknowledged, but perceived expert in the coaching relationship) play out in a coaching relationship with someone whose worldview is different from my own? When does my lack of knowledge of systemic and cultural awareness trigger a fear of saying the "wrong thing" thereby keeping me from meeting the client where they are in the coaching conversation? Listeners will learn to: 1. Own their power in the coach-client dynamic; 2. Understand the impact of "in and out-group" dynamics as a key to understanding their clients; and 3. Explore the benefit of applying the Fifth Domain Coaching Model to their coaching framework. Guest 1: Sukari Pinnock-Fitts Show Notes What are your feelings towards pronouns? How do we work around pronouns in everyday living? Talking preconceived notions when meeting and seeing people. Sukari recommends books about biases, race and pronouns. Views on coaching and the socio-economic areas it only seems to be reaching. Talking power dynamics in the coaching field Social group identity: age, culture, gender, religion, race, ect. How do you train coaches to recognise the lack of sensitivity in clients? Links Mentioned: Follow Us: sukari54@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/sukaripinnock Twitter: sukari17

58 MINNOV 14
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Coaching with Identity in Mind: A Contextual Model for Improved Coach Competence

How to Coach Millennials, from a Millennial - The Recap

Episode Summary Ever wondered a Millennials standpoint on being coached? Want to dive deeper into “How to Coach Millennials” We are bring a bit of coaching questions about how they can take on disrupting bias in their communities or coaching so you want to find out how to hear more about it with Christina Stathopoulos. Guest: Christina Stathopoulos Show Notes How do you coach a millennial? Owning your bias against millennials? Christina is transforming more biases. What were your thoughts of Prague? What’s the best take away of being with someone who understands coaching? What’s next for Christina? Let’s talk about “Hear Her Roar”? Christina’s free video coarse Follow Her: http://hearherroar.net/ christina@hearherroar.net https://www.linkedin.com/in/cstat/ https://www.facebook.com/hearherroarcoach/

37 MINNOV 7
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How to Coach Millennials, from a Millennial - The Recap

The Placebo Pill that Shows You Your Path

Episode Summary Audience will learn about what may be holding them back and how to transcend it.Robert is a culture strategist and the co-creator of Zappos insights. As one of the authorities in employee culture Robert has worked with Google, Toyota and Eli Lilly, just to mention a few.He has innovated inside of the business culture world and now has his two books backing his amazing career. Guest 1: Robert Richman Show Notes Christopher talks about his start in coaching Robert gives us some insight to his time at Georgetown A magic pill derived from ‘the red pill” Lets talk placebo Christopher talks about his “X pill” experience Alex shares about his commitment pengellum Robert tells us his experiences with his own pill What about people with serious ailments? Have there been any bad experiences? NYD X Pill experience Parting thoughts for coaches Links Mentioned: Book: https://www.amazon.com/People-Clarity-Through-Blocks-Unconscious/dp/0692926305/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=xpill+story&qid=1572367267&sr=8-1 Follow Us: LinkedIn Page/Profile:http://www.linkedin.com/in/robertrichman Business Instagram:@robberichman Business Website: www.Xpill.com Email Address: robert@richman.la

61 MINOCT 31
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The Placebo Pill that Shows You Your Path

Are you on the way to burnout?

Episode Summary According to the World Health Organisation, stress is a global health epidemic and burnout is on the increase. Shockingly the chances of burning out as an entrepreneur are 4 times higher than in the average population. No one is safe In this episode, you will learn • The stark facts about stress and burnout • The symptoms to look out for • The consequences of not looking after yourself (Sarah’s story) • What you can do to help yourself and others Guest: Sarah Sparks Show Notes Sarah talks about her Fictional Authenticity. Is stress good to bad? Are workplaces more aware that burnout is on the rise or are they in denial? Is it easy to recover from burnout? How can we tell whether you are suffering from chronic stress? What are some typical daily habits you can do to improve your situation? Are work places acknowledging the rise in burnouts? Lets talk about Sarah's "Thrive Tribe"? What are Alex and Clarice's take aways? Links Mentioned: Join the THRIVE TRIBE a new group on facebook where I share top tips about thriving and have regular guest speaker slots http://bit.ly/THRIVETRIBEFB Sign up for the newsletter where again I share top tips about thriving – email thrive@sarahsparks.co.uk with a header THRIVING TIPS For daily nudge to keep THRIVING at the forefront of your mind The Choose to Thrive nudge cards (pack of 21 cards) http://bit.ly/THRIVECARDS If you’re interested in getting a FIRSTBEAT LIFE ASSESSMENT sign up for a free 15-minute consultation to discuss http://bit.ly/FIRSTBEAT Free Guide 5 ways to Stay on Top of Things Link to website http://sarahsparks.co.uk Follow Us: http://sarahsparks.co.uk sarah@sarahsparks.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/choose2thrive/ https://www.facebook.com/sarahsparks05/ Twitter: @choosetothrive

56 MINOCT 24
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Are you on the way to burnout?

Break Through "Thirtysomething" Panic

Episode Summary Are you dealing with Thirtysomething Panic? “I thought I’d have it all together by the time I reached my thirties. My career, my relationship, my home—all of it was supposed to be together by now. Things are okay, but not where I’d like them to be, and I’m starting to panic that I’m running out of time!” “I feel like I’m living the wrong life, but I don’t want to risk losing the good things I do have. So I never make the move I need to." "I don’t know what I want, but it’s not this.” “What if I never feel happy at work?” “What if I never find anyone?” “When am I going to be a Real Grownup? Are we there yet?” “I should have figured it out by now.” If thoughts like these are spinning around in YOUR head, take a deep breath. You are caught up in the throes of Thirtysomething Panic. And you are NOT alone! Carrie Spaulding's mission is to help thirtysomethings break through Thirtysomething Panic and create the careers, relationships, and lives they want. If you are ready to banish the overwhelm and get into action, you’ve found the right coach for you. Guest: Carrie Spaulding Show Notes What was Carrie's 30 something panic? What brought Carrie to being a coach? Clarice shares her transformation story. How to identify a 30 something panic. The “multi-win mindset” Carries views on social media as it pertains to clients and coaches. What’s your first step when you find yourself in a 30 something panic? Carrie’s favorite book to get through a 30 something panic How to support the fear of risk? Gift from Carrie. Links Mentioned: YOU can access a copy of Carrie’s free download 3 Secrets to Breaking Through Thirtysomething Panic via my website or directly at http://eepurl.com/soYkf She currently offer a 90-minute introductory session at a special rate of just $95, for those who think they may be a good candidate for private coaching. Follow Us: http://carriespaulding.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/carriespaulding www.facebook.com/TheThirtysomethingCoach https://www.instagram.com/carriespaulding Twitter: @carriespaulding

56 MINOCT 17
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Break Through "Thirtysomething" Panic

Using Podcasting as a Powerful Tool for Connection and Reach

Guest: JENI WREN STOTTRUP Podcasting has evolved as a tool that Coaches can utilize to connect to their bases and clients. With a shifting industry, finding new ways to reach their audiences means that there are not only new tools that can be accessed, but there is also ease in how to create your show. We'll talk about trends, benefits, answer questions on the scope, etc. Show NotesHow important is a catchy title?What is everyone doing wrong?Is everyone just doing the same thing?Audience and how to build one.When and where did the shoe drop in the podcasting world?Is there going to be a “HBO” of podcasting?Where are the podcast resources?Who does Jeni work with?Links Mentioned: http://www.grittybirds.com Follow Jeni: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeniwrenstottrup Email: JENIWREN@GBPODCASTEDITING.COM

56 MINOCT 10
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Using Podcasting as a Powerful Tool for Connection and Reach

Being Authentic

Episode Summary Alex Terranova might not always follow the rules, or be who others want him to be but that hasn’t impeded his commitment to transformation and developing himself as a leader and coach. This week he is interviewed by Christopher McAuliffe around staying authentic in a sea change, flexibility in morning routines, transforming his relationship to religion, and the challenges he faces around feeling like a success. They touch on Alex masculine and feminine energy, social issues and the processes of writing his book new book, Fictional Authenticity Guest: Alex Terranova Show NotesAlex talks about his feelings about InstagramDo you feel successful?Let’s talk routinesWhat is Fictional Authenticity’s access point for the reader?Relationships with religion and spirituality or not?Why can’t we “all get home safe” driving?What and how long was your process for Fictional Authenticity?What would you tell a first time author?How about those tattoos... Links Mentioned: Fictio...

54 MINOCT 7
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Being Authentic

ICF: Leading the Future of Coaching

Guest: Magdalena Nowicka Mook Today, ICF is the world’s largest organization of professionally trained coaches, and we are the leading voice for the global coaching community. Together, ICF Members, volunteer leaders and staff are pursuing a powerful vision: ensuring that coaching is an integral part of a thriving society and every ICF Member represents the highest quality of professional coaching. As we approach our 25th anniversary, we will take bold steps to accelerate our achievement of this vision, to lead the future of coaching and to create more value for ICF Members. Join ICF's CEO/Executive Director, Magdalena Nowicka Mook, as she shares more about what ICF is doing to expand the scope and influence of our organization. Show NotesWhat does an ICF credential mean?Professional coaches vs all the othersHow does Magda keep growing the ICF with her many responsibilities?Telling us more about the ICF foundation2019 coaching survey and when to expect the resultsPerks and privileg...

59 MINSEP 3
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ICF: Leading the Future of Coaching

Latest Episodes

Being Single Over The Holidays

Episode Summary For many, the holidays are times to celebrate family, life, love, and personal goals. However, when you’re single it can be a time of anxiety. Several factors drive the pressure of being single during this season but the main driver of all of these behaviors is the feeling of loneliness. On this show, we will explore the interpersonal and professional trends that occur during the holiday season and how we can prevent them in the future. Guest 1: Clarissa Silva Show Notes Lets talk online personal dating algorithms How do we know what we want? Family relationships via algorithms Holiday season syndrome Is there a jump in online dating during the holidays? Ways to measure outcomes in relationship satisfaction Advice for loneliness and sad times Links Mentioned: I offer individual consultation and a 6 week system: http://clarissasilva.com/services/ Clients using referral code: ClariceC will get $100 off individual consultation and $1,000 off the 6-week system Follow Us: http://clarissasilva.com/

58 MIN1 w ago
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Being Single Over The Holidays

Action Based Change: Overcoming Resistance

Episode Summary In this podcastmy goal is give coaches a novel way to help people overcome their resistance to change, and the coaches will learn several practical tools to make change happen - fast. You’ll…: • Understand the human dynamics (thoughts & feelings) during the 5 stages of the J-Curve of Change • Recognize the limitations of persuasion and education as influence tools • Create GLIDE path action plans to motivate people to achieve change goals • Learn to communicate in Ground Level language to make it easy for people to change • Front-load Incentives to keep people motivated despite setbacks and self-doubts • Create Direct and easy paths by circumvent obstacles and temptations to keep the old patterns of behavior • Empathize with peoples’ doubts & fears to adopt to new behavior patterns Participants will leave the session motivated to immediately put their new skills to work in both their personal and business lives. Guest 1: Jerry Jellison Show Notes -Jerry talks about how me found his resistance method -What is people's mid-step with resistance? -Jerry talks about focusing on actions and not changing one's mind -Let's talk family interactions at Thanksgivving -Free-miums at the base of sales -How to talk at ground level. -Front load benefits and impactful praise -Alex talks ups and downs of having a coaching practice -Motivation all predicated on action Links Mentioned: Managing the Dynamics of Change Book (1) The J-Curve gives manger’s a simple, optimistic, and common sense way to discuss the process of change with front line employees. (2) Use Ground Level words to make it easy for people to start changing - thereby reducing resistance & making the change seem more do-able Follow Jerry: https://www.jjellison.com/ jellison@usc.edu

52 MIN3 w ago
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Action Based Change: Overcoming Resistance

Coaching with Identity in Mind: A Contextual Model for Improved Coach Competence

Episode Summary It is a long-held belief that "coaching, is coaching, is coaching"...and as more women and people of color gain access to coaching support, it is becoming clear that social group identity can factor into the coaching relationship. The topic of coaching with identity in mind is one that has moved to the forefront in discussions about coach competency and coach training. As Coaches, when and how do we intervene in a coaching conversation that has taken an unexpected turn to issues of social group identity? How does my power as a Coach (the often unacknowledged, but perceived expert in the coaching relationship) play out in a coaching relationship with someone whose worldview is different from my own? When does my lack of knowledge of systemic and cultural awareness trigger a fear of saying the "wrong thing" thereby keeping me from meeting the client where they are in the coaching conversation? Listeners will learn to: 1. Own their power in the coach-client dynamic; 2. Understand the impact of "in and out-group" dynamics as a key to understanding their clients; and 3. Explore the benefit of applying the Fifth Domain Coaching Model to their coaching framework. Guest 1: Sukari Pinnock-Fitts Show Notes What are your feelings towards pronouns? How do we work around pronouns in everyday living? Talking preconceived notions when meeting and seeing people. Sukari recommends books about biases, race and pronouns. Views on coaching and the socio-economic areas it only seems to be reaching. Talking power dynamics in the coaching field Social group identity: age, culture, gender, religion, race, ect. How do you train coaches to recognise the lack of sensitivity in clients? Links Mentioned: Follow Us: sukari54@gmail.com linkedin.com/in/sukaripinnock Twitter: sukari17

58 MINNOV 14
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Coaching with Identity in Mind: A Contextual Model for Improved Coach Competence

How to Coach Millennials, from a Millennial - The Recap

Episode Summary Ever wondered a Millennials standpoint on being coached? Want to dive deeper into “How to Coach Millennials” We are bring a bit of coaching questions about how they can take on disrupting bias in their communities or coaching so you want to find out how to hear more about it with Christina Stathopoulos. Guest: Christina Stathopoulos Show Notes How do you coach a millennial? Owning your bias against millennials? Christina is transforming more biases. What were your thoughts of Prague? What’s the best take away of being with someone who understands coaching? What’s next for Christina? Let’s talk about “Hear Her Roar”? Christina’s free video coarse Follow Her: http://hearherroar.net/ christina@hearherroar.net https://www.linkedin.com/in/cstat/ https://www.facebook.com/hearherroarcoach/

37 MINNOV 7
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How to Coach Millennials, from a Millennial - The Recap

The Placebo Pill that Shows You Your Path

Episode Summary Audience will learn about what may be holding them back and how to transcend it.Robert is a culture strategist and the co-creator of Zappos insights. As one of the authorities in employee culture Robert has worked with Google, Toyota and Eli Lilly, just to mention a few.He has innovated inside of the business culture world and now has his two books backing his amazing career. Guest 1: Robert Richman Show Notes Christopher talks about his start in coaching Robert gives us some insight to his time at Georgetown A magic pill derived from ‘the red pill” Lets talk placebo Christopher talks about his “X pill” experience Alex shares about his commitment pengellum Robert tells us his experiences with his own pill What about people with serious ailments? Have there been any bad experiences? NYD X Pill experience Parting thoughts for coaches Links Mentioned: Book: https://www.amazon.com/People-Clarity-Through-Blocks-Unconscious/dp/0692926305/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=xpill+story&qid=1572367267&sr=8-1 Follow Us: LinkedIn Page/Profile:http://www.linkedin.com/in/robertrichman Business Instagram:@robberichman Business Website: www.Xpill.com Email Address: robert@richman.la

61 MINOCT 31
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The Placebo Pill that Shows You Your Path

Are you on the way to burnout?

Episode Summary According to the World Health Organisation, stress is a global health epidemic and burnout is on the increase. Shockingly the chances of burning out as an entrepreneur are 4 times higher than in the average population. No one is safe In this episode, you will learn • The stark facts about stress and burnout • The symptoms to look out for • The consequences of not looking after yourself (Sarah’s story) • What you can do to help yourself and others Guest: Sarah Sparks Show Notes Sarah talks about her Fictional Authenticity. Is stress good to bad? Are workplaces more aware that burnout is on the rise or are they in denial? Is it easy to recover from burnout? How can we tell whether you are suffering from chronic stress? What are some typical daily habits you can do to improve your situation? Are work places acknowledging the rise in burnouts? Lets talk about Sarah's "Thrive Tribe"? What are Alex and Clarice's take aways? Links Mentioned: Join the THRIVE TRIBE a new group on facebook where I share top tips about thriving and have regular guest speaker slots http://bit.ly/THRIVETRIBEFB Sign up for the newsletter where again I share top tips about thriving – email thrive@sarahsparks.co.uk with a header THRIVING TIPS For daily nudge to keep THRIVING at the forefront of your mind The Choose to Thrive nudge cards (pack of 21 cards) http://bit.ly/THRIVECARDS If you’re interested in getting a FIRSTBEAT LIFE ASSESSMENT sign up for a free 15-minute consultation to discuss http://bit.ly/FIRSTBEAT Free Guide 5 ways to Stay on Top of Things Link to website http://sarahsparks.co.uk Follow Us: http://sarahsparks.co.uk sarah@sarahsparks.co.uk https://www.linkedin.com/in/choose2thrive/ https://www.facebook.com/sarahsparks05/ Twitter: @choosetothrive

56 MINOCT 24
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Are you on the way to burnout?

Break Through "Thirtysomething" Panic

Episode Summary Are you dealing with Thirtysomething Panic? “I thought I’d have it all together by the time I reached my thirties. My career, my relationship, my home—all of it was supposed to be together by now. Things are okay, but not where I’d like them to be, and I’m starting to panic that I’m running out of time!” “I feel like I’m living the wrong life, but I don’t want to risk losing the good things I do have. So I never make the move I need to." "I don’t know what I want, but it’s not this.” “What if I never feel happy at work?” “What if I never find anyone?” “When am I going to be a Real Grownup? Are we there yet?” “I should have figured it out by now.” If thoughts like these are spinning around in YOUR head, take a deep breath. You are caught up in the throes of Thirtysomething Panic. And you are NOT alone! Carrie Spaulding's mission is to help thirtysomethings break through Thirtysomething Panic and create the careers, relationships, and lives they want. If you are ready to banish the overwhelm and get into action, you’ve found the right coach for you. Guest: Carrie Spaulding Show Notes What was Carrie's 30 something panic? What brought Carrie to being a coach? Clarice shares her transformation story. How to identify a 30 something panic. The “multi-win mindset” Carries views on social media as it pertains to clients and coaches. What’s your first step when you find yourself in a 30 something panic? Carrie’s favorite book to get through a 30 something panic How to support the fear of risk? Gift from Carrie. Links Mentioned: YOU can access a copy of Carrie’s free download 3 Secrets to Breaking Through Thirtysomething Panic via my website or directly at http://eepurl.com/soYkf She currently offer a 90-minute introductory session at a special rate of just $95, for those who think they may be a good candidate for private coaching. Follow Us: http://carriespaulding.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/carriespaulding www.facebook.com/TheThirtysomethingCoach https://www.instagram.com/carriespaulding Twitter: @carriespaulding

56 MINOCT 17
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Break Through "Thirtysomething" Panic

Using Podcasting as a Powerful Tool for Connection and Reach

Guest: JENI WREN STOTTRUP Podcasting has evolved as a tool that Coaches can utilize to connect to their bases and clients. With a shifting industry, finding new ways to reach their audiences means that there are not only new tools that can be accessed, but there is also ease in how to create your show. We'll talk about trends, benefits, answer questions on the scope, etc. Show NotesHow important is a catchy title?What is everyone doing wrong?Is everyone just doing the same thing?Audience and how to build one.When and where did the shoe drop in the podcasting world?Is there going to be a “HBO” of podcasting?Where are the podcast resources?Who does Jeni work with?Links Mentioned: http://www.grittybirds.com Follow Jeni: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeniwrenstottrup Email: JENIWREN@GBPODCASTEDITING.COM

56 MINOCT 10
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Using Podcasting as a Powerful Tool for Connection and Reach

Being Authentic

Episode Summary Alex Terranova might not always follow the rules, or be who others want him to be but that hasn’t impeded his commitment to transformation and developing himself as a leader and coach. This week he is interviewed by Christopher McAuliffe around staying authentic in a sea change, flexibility in morning routines, transforming his relationship to religion, and the challenges he faces around feeling like a success. They touch on Alex masculine and feminine energy, social issues and the processes of writing his book new book, Fictional Authenticity Guest: Alex Terranova Show NotesAlex talks about his feelings about InstagramDo you feel successful?Let’s talk routinesWhat is Fictional Authenticity’s access point for the reader?Relationships with religion and spirituality or not?Why can’t we “all get home safe” driving?What and how long was your process for Fictional Authenticity?What would you tell a first time author?How about those tattoos... Links Mentioned: Fictio...

54 MINOCT 7
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Being Authentic

ICF: Leading the Future of Coaching

Guest: Magdalena Nowicka Mook Today, ICF is the world’s largest organization of professionally trained coaches, and we are the leading voice for the global coaching community. Together, ICF Members, volunteer leaders and staff are pursuing a powerful vision: ensuring that coaching is an integral part of a thriving society and every ICF Member represents the highest quality of professional coaching. As we approach our 25th anniversary, we will take bold steps to accelerate our achievement of this vision, to lead the future of coaching and to create more value for ICF Members. Join ICF's CEO/Executive Director, Magdalena Nowicka Mook, as she shares more about what ICF is doing to expand the scope and influence of our organization. Show NotesWhat does an ICF credential mean?Professional coaches vs all the othersHow does Magda keep growing the ICF with her many responsibilities?Telling us more about the ICF foundation2019 coaching survey and when to expect the resultsPerks and privileg...

59 MINSEP 3
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ICF: Leading the Future of Coaching
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