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3 Ways to Save Time, While Increasing Your Success as a Coach

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 19, 2016 comments Tags: product creation, team building, Time management, Mindset, leadership, Business planning

3 Ways to Save Time, While Increasing Your Success as a Coach

If you want to enjoy more free time, or to pack more productivity into your work day, it's important to manage your time in a way that increases your results without increasing your working hours. Here are three strategies you can use to raise your efficiency and productivity, so you complete your to-do list faster and get more benefit from your efforts. Strategy 1: Use your calendar to organize your time If you have an undefined chunk of time in which to complete a task, it's easy to let your mind wander, work slowly,... Read More


How to Handle Problems Calmly, Gracefully and Effectively

By: Stephanie Tuesday April 12, 2016 comments Tags: Mindset, Public relations

How to Handle Problems Calmly, Gracefully and Effectively

When you've been waiting at an airport all night, you've had zero hours of sleep, and your flight is leaving in just a few hours, the last thing you want to hear is " Your flight has been cancelled ". "Because you booked it through a travel agent, we can't change the flight without talking to them" is also a less than wonderful way to start the day. And "the travel agent doesn't open until 9:00 in the morning" has a way of inducing a certain amount of panic, especially when your flight leaves at 6:00. A couple years ago, I had... Read More


Guest Star Post: 7 Tips To Help You When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed

By: Stephanie Friday April 1, 2016 comments Tags: Time management, Mindset

Guest Star Post: 7 Tips To Help You When You’re Feeling Overwhelmed

​When you have a towering to-do list, a steady influx of responsibilities, and people who always need or want a chunk of your time, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. This is especially true if you're self-employed. You dont have a boss who sends you home at the end of the work day, so you need to choose to be the boss of your own life, and consciously take action to avoid burning out. If youve been feeling overwhelmed lately, Kathleen Deggelman has 7 tips that will help you to free up your time, refresh your mind, and reclaim the... Read More


4 Ways to Silence Your Inner Critic and Regain Your Confidence

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 22, 2016 comments Tags: Mindset, Motivation, Inspiration

4 Ways to Silence Your Inner Critic and Regain Your Confidence

Many people remember their failures more than their successes. They beat themselves up over the smallest mistakes, but they only acknowledge or celebrate their greatest wins. As a result, they feel discouraged, unworthy and insecure, and they struggle to have confidence in themselves and their abilities. If you sometimes find yourself in that position, here are four quick things you can do TODAY to silence your inner critic and boost your self-confidence: 1. Keep track of even your smallest wins. If you told yourself that you... Read More


Guest Star Post: Three Keys to Better Business  Conversations

By: Stephanie Saturday March 19, 2016 comments Tags: Marketing, Lead attraction, Mindset, Client attraction, Enrollment, Customer Service, Public relations, Social media

Guest Star Post: Three Keys to Better Business  Conversations

Do you ever feel awkward, uncomfortable or salesy when you're having your first conversation with a potential client or business contact? In today's Guest Star blog post, I'll share 3 simple things you can do to remove that awkwardness, so you can have enjoyable, productive conversations that lead to lasting relationships and success. By the way, as of next week, I am moving the Guest Star Post to Friday instead of Saturday. So you can look forward to the next Guest Star article one day early! ... Read More


A Common Coaching Mistake that Frustrates and Annoys Your Clients

By: Stephanie Tuesday March 8, 2016 comments Tags: Mindset, Customer Service, Customer retention

A Common Coaching Mistake that Frustrates and Annoys Your Clients

As a client of multiple coaches, I've noticed that many coaches make a common mistake that may seem helpful to them, but can be very off-putting to the client. It's a classic slip-up that anyone can make, whether or not they're a coach. But if you make it, not only will your clients feel frustrated and misunderstood, but they'll also feel like their time is being wasted. That mistake is assuming that you know what your client is talking about , and giving a lengthy lesson, solution or explanation that the client already knows,... Read More



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