Category: Coaching

Why no one cares what you have to say

Why No One Cares What You Have To Say

People love to talk about themselves. For many of us, “Me” is our favorite topic of discussion. We love to talk about our experiences, share what we know, and give other people advice. I often wonder if we realize that nobody

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How to rest on the run

How to Rest When You’re On the Run

Last week on a hot, sunny, dry day, I took a four-mile trail run with my 12-year-old son. Jackson is a cross-country runner and runs sub 7-minute miles. Because of the heat we were both more tired than normal during

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My 2015 Coaching Cohort

Over the last 15 years, I have coached hundreds of leaders toward personal and organizational success. Though I get dozens of coaching requests each month, I am simply unable to say yes to all. For quite a while I have

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The Power of Questions

This is a guest post by Coach JT Ayers.  JT is the head track and Field Coach at Trabuco Hills High School in Orange County, California. JT was named Orange County coach of the year in 2013. He blogs and

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My Top 10 Blog Posts of 2013

At the beginning of 2013, I launched this blog. I had no idea that it would take off like it did. When I worked for Sojourn Church, I once told everyone that I would never blog. Over this past year,

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