In our last Tip we talked about how “shoulds” could get in the way of moving forward, growing and seeing that you have options. This week’s Tip by Owen Allen, takes you to the next step by outlining a process for making the best choice.
When I first start working with a client I hear a lot of “shoulds.” And in fact, I catch myself using the term when I’m in the process of making a decision. This week’s Tip is an invitation to consider where “shoulds” are no longer working for you and what you can do about it.
Are you decisive or indecisive? If your answer is that it depends on the situation, you need to think about the impact of that answer. In this week’s Tip, Sal Monastero shares the ramifications of being a definite maybe.
In addition to celebrating their successes, each time I talk to my coaching clients, we look at potential obstacles that could be holding them back from reaching their goals. This week’s Tip highlights frequent stumbling blocks along with recommendations to overcome them.
What’s your role in how complex your business circumstances are? In this week’s Tip, Simon Tyler shares how reality often overwhelms you and dictates the way you operate and the reactions and responses you have. Fortunately, you have the ability to cause it to be different!
When my clients are avoiding making a decision, I have them imagine the best result and the worst result of their decision. This process gets the issues on the table so they can be dealt with. Many times, they see that their indecision is only making things worse. This week’s Tip by Neil Ducoff provides additional thoughts on decision making for leaders.
To the gym or hit the snooze button? Steve Straus’s Tip this week reminds us that the timing of a decision can greatly influence the outcome. Read on to see what you can do to make better decisions.
Putting together this week’s Coaching Tip was an activity on my to do list before I went on vacation for the week. My process is to scan articles and see what jumps out at me. At first I thought this Tip should be shared at the beginning of the year in January, but as I read on, listened to the birds singing outside my window, felt the fresh breeze on my face, and the sense of Spring, I became more and more inspired by Michael Neill’s words. I hope you will be, too!
The PaperRoom Process that I offer to my clients is about gaining access to your perceptions, beliefs, habits, expectations and assumptions, which leads to greater awareness. This week’s Tip by John McGuire and Gary Rhodes reminds us what is possible when we “get a bigger mind”.
Are you ready to make 2011 your best year ever? Art Sobczak’s questions prompt you to look at your business and life and COMMIT to actions that will make a difference for you.