The dynamic of coaching may be the next generation of management, and it requires time, dedication and coaching for managers to make this personal and professional shift. As a manager that becomes more of a coach to the staff by teaching everyone in your organization the four-step coaching process and introducing the notions of distinctions, personal foundation, dedication, standing up for what you believe or want, keeping your agreements, evoking, requesting, self-management, excellence and mission, among others. A growing number of managers within Fortune 500 firms are hiring their own coaches to help them grow because they aren’t able to get the quality or confidentiality they need from in-house “corporate coaches”.
Priority management and getting things done is about scheduling those things that are truly important. If it’s going to get done, it’s got to be scheduled.
Coming together, sharing together, working together, succeeding together.
It is important for entrepreneurs to develop a small community of supportive peers with whom they can discuss their business or professional goals. Would like to be part of a trusted network that meets regularly?
This group is dedicated to providing self-employed people a safe haven to talk about the most pressing issues that you face as a self-employed individual.
I understand that this group may not be for everyone so I want you to know what you can expect should you decide to join us.
The basic format of the group will begin with a moment of silence, some guided visualization, individual check-ins, group discussion, partnered exercises, along with spontaneous coaching and teaching.
Let’s us help you solve some of your most daunting current professional challenges by sharing your vision and greatest current hurdle, then receive supportive feedback, resources and ideas from a trusted group of like minded peers.
We meet three times per month on Friday’s. First time visitor’s are always Free.
If you would like to learn more please contact Greg Clowminzer at (760) 930-9604
NOTE: PLEASE READ
This is a support group NOT a networking group. There are plenty of networking groups available and if your need help finding one please ask. Although networking will be a natural by-product of the group it is not the primary focus. Thank you for your understanding.
Greg Clowminzer, Business and Life Coach
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The coaching process is discussion and action-based, so helping the client to create an action plan is an integral part of coaching. An action plan is a list of steps (actions) that the client is going to take, which should lead to the result that they want. Most action plans are time lined also, which means that dates have been added to each action so the plan is trackable.
Why This Works
The Action Plan puts down on paper what is going to happen and acts a guide and management system for the client and coach. Just putting this “into existence” helps to organize thought, prompt ideas, and identify needed resources. Read more
Living in a world with so many outside influences many people have lost sight of what makes them happy. I was one of those people who found myself trapped in a lucrative profession making lots of money but was completely miserable. I was blessed at a early age to discover that money doesn’t equal happiness. I have spent the last 17-18 years orienting my life around what makes me happy and helping others do the same.
Watch the video below called “Money Doesn’t Equal Happiness” and let me know if you can relate.
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Greg Clowminzer is a life and business coach located at 6351 Alexandri Circle, Carlsbad CA 92011.
Are you ready?
Okay, here it is. Share the stuff that keeps you small in order to get big.
Don’t worry your coach doesn’t need to know your deep dark secrets. Those are yours to keep as long as you like.
What will help you benefit from coaching is to share the private concerns you have about yourself and your abilities.
You see, just in communicating these things to someone who is trained to listen to you openly without any judgement is often all it takes to move through these self doubts and fear.
Have you ever been laughed at or disregarded for sharing an idea or feeling that was real for you? Read more
“It ain’t so much trouble to get rich as it is to tell when we have got rich.” — Josh Billings
If you want greater wealth, what does that mean for you? A large annual income? If so, how large? A beautiful home? Health? Happiness? To be in service? Get really specific about what would bring you a rich life. There are no right and wrong answers here. Don’t judge your desires. Just dig deep to discover what they are.
“To live content with small means; to seek elegance rather than luxury, and refinement rather than fashion; to be worthy, not respectable, and wealthy, not rich; to study hard, think quietly, talk gently, act frankly; to listen to stars and birds, to babes and sages, with open heart; to bear all cheerfully, do all bravely, await occasions, hurry never. In a word, to let the spiritual, unbidden and unconscious, grow up through the common. This is to be my symphony.” — William Henry Channing
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“There is no real security except for whatever you build inside yourself.” – Gilda Radner
QUESTION YOUR BUSINESS AND LIFE
Pick an activity or project you are doing. What are the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats? SWOT it!
Any time you approach a new project or new ideas, SWOT it. SWOT stands for strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats. Take a piece of paper and make 2 columns with a horizontal line through the middle. Put the 4 SWOT titles on each quadrant and brainstorm these topics for your new projects.
These help one to have a balanced perspective on the project.
A man carries his success or his failure with him… it does not depend on outside conditions.” – Ralph Waldo Trine