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April 20, 2020

Another Amazing Q&A is in the bag!

Here are some of the questions we answered:

    I have a client that regularly vents and takes up most of the coaching session. We’re not even getting around to action items.

    With clients who have achieved their initial goals, would you suggest looking into new goals to continue with the coaching relationship, if so, would you use tools like Satisfaction Indexes, etc.? Or once their initial goals are achieved, how would you go about continuing with the relationship?

    I am not a business person and all the business aspects make me nervous, I don’t normally take lots of risks, but think I might really enjoy this, any advice to help me with the business nerves?

    Should we try to do fillers if our coaching sessions tend to finish before time?

    What would you say to someone who is failing while continually striving to make something happen?

We will also be previewing our First-Ever Weekend LIVE, Online Coaching Bootcamp (April 24-26)

NOTE: Fewer than 20 Seats Remain for the Bootcamp. If you want to attend, you should REGISTER NOW.

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Jumpstart Your Coaching Practice

Master Coach Trainer, Founder | paul@ilifecoachtraining.com | Website

Paul Dabdoub is a master coach trainer & mentor, speaker, writer, and entrepreneur, and an executive coach who’s literally helped 1000’s of people take practical steps towards their future.

Paul is the founder of Life Coach Training Institute - the largest life coach training school in North America and the #1 life coach certification online program.

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