Coaching Performance: Gorilla Time Management By Force

Aggressive gorilla time management coaching performance tactics by force is the only way to whip unaccountable coaching clients into shape by pushing them beyond their lazy resistance levels and into clients who become super powers for action and results, and get the things done that they always resist by kicking and screaming when they need to do the dreaded tasks that they fear. Sometime missing a deadline set by your superiors or your customers when getting timely results isn’t optional no … [Read more...]

5 Coach Neuroses To Avoid For Great Coaching Performance

Your level of coaching performance depends on numerous factors, including integrity, mindset, intention and skills. There are also many potential pitfalls you will want to avoid. Borrowing freely and translating loosely from the vocabulary of psychology, here are some coach “neuroses” you may want to keep on your radar. 3 Neuroses commonly affecting coaching performance in new coaches 1) Narcissism–I’m not talking about staring at yourself in the mirror here. I’m talking about being so worried … [Read more...]