Coaching the U.S. Ryder Cup Win

October 2, 2008

Sports analogies are often used in describing coaching so I was particularly interested in reading about how Paul Azinger, captain of the U.S. Ryder Cup team, used traditional coaching techniques to bring his team of rugged individuals to victory recently. The keys to their success: a clear, well-defined plan and personal profiles on each player […]

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Coaching vs Counseling

September 24, 2008

Many people I work with have asked about the difference between a “coach” and a “counselor.” As both, I can understand where it can get a bit confusing. While there are many similarities, there are some key differences. If you are considering working with a coach, you should make sure you do your research to […]

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Writing Goals – A Tool for Success

August 29, 2008

September is around the corner and I have that “hit the ground running” feeling. Do you? Now, more than ever it’s vital to be focused and, whether a big business, a family or an individual, to use one’s resources — time, energy and money, well. I’m often asked, “Does writing down goals really make the […]

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Finding One’s Voice

August 11, 2008

I am rarely at a loss for words but have found myself staring at a blank box for days wondering what to say in my inaugural post. So, bear with me as I “find my voice.” The other night a friend, interested in learning more about the value of coaching (something often tricky to convey […]

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