Category Archives: Coaching

Crossing the Threshold

Which do you choose? The blue pill or the red pill? You remember Neo in the movie the Matrix? The blue pill keeps you in the world as you know it, the red pill brings you new knowledge and awareness … Continue reading

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TCC Developmentors at work

The Coaching Center holds such a special supervision space led by Paddy Paisley. Us coaches or “developmentors” get deep learning and develop our capacity to hold others so they get the transformation and growth they are yearning for.

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Coaching with backbone

As coaches we talk about coaching with “heart and backbone” (Whitworth). Backbone is the ability to hold someone’s “feet to the fire,” to hold them accountable to what they care about and what they say they will do. As coaches, backbone … Continue reading

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Bikram and backbone

All of us need “backbone” to take real leadership in our own lives. This is our ability to set goals and stick to them, to set boundaries and hold them clear. There are many ways to develop and sustain a healthy … Continue reading

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The place of greatest potential

In manifesting what we want in our lives, Otto Scharmer writes about putting ourselves in the place of greatest potential for that to happen. For a river flowing downward to the sea, a waterfall is the place of greatest potential. … Continue reading

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