Monthly Archives: April 2012

Breaking down barriers

Last week I went on the road to find out more about barriers to coaching. I offered a 30 minute coaching session for the cost of a cup of coffee (and being willing to tell me why they thought people … Continue reading

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Commitment

It’s already been a busy week and as I write this at 5am it shows no sign of letting up. I’ve had to be in London all 5 days this week, a first for me in almost two years and … Continue reading

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For what it’s worth

Ok world I need your help. I’ve been talking recently with a couple of fellow coaches about what stops people investing in coaching. We’ve discussed relative worth, perceived value, fear, lack of understanding – all things that a coach can … Continue reading

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This post is important, not urgent

Last week was one of family occasions. I only had one work task to do in the week and it was tightly corralled to a particular day. I did all the prep for it in the previous week (unusually for … Continue reading

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Small victories

Head dropped to one side, legs still moving methodically – if slower than they were 130km ago – I was drawing close to the finish. My body was quietly protesting this continued torture. I had ridden up hill and down … Continue reading

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