Apr 14, 2022
Tasha was an educator then and a registered nurse, for 16 years. She's Type A by nature – driven, highly organized, ambitious and impatient.
She starts the coaching session by asking me about how to do less. You see, she doesn't want to go back to her old ways as she builds a successful coaching practice.
I introduce her to a new distinction, “Less but better…”
It’s a game changer for her. And in that moment – 90 seconds after we’ve begun – I realize that she needs to practice this, right now.
So I tell her we’re done!
The best gift you can ever give a client is to create space for insight. The second best gift is to gently push them to turn that insight into action...
PS. For most of human history, it wasn’t called coaching. It was
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