Our negative emotions are not a continuous state of mind to escape but rather alarms telling us to take a break and reflect. Sadness reminds us of what matters Anger shows us where we think there is injustice Fear warns us that maybe we are doing the wrong thing Guilt tells us to check how we may be breaking … Read more How Do You Use Your Emotions to Make Better Decisions? by Zeina Habib
We were honored to have CTEDU Wellness graduate, Ellen Gilbert, connect with John, CTEDU Co-founder, on her life coaching journey. Ellen’s from rural Kentucky but always knew she wanted to see the world. She moved to NYC to study International relations then launched a career in International Women’s Rights. She was working with inspiring women all … Read more Self-Compassion While Growing a Coaching Practice with Ellen Gilbert
Join CTEDU Co-Founder John Andrew Williams and Graduate Scott Stoll as they connect on how Scott found life coaching, and how he’s using the lessons and growth from his own struggles to connect, empower and encourage young adults and athletes facing issues of self-doubt and low self esteem. Scott Stoll has been an ESL teacher … Read more Breaking Through a Clouded Mind with Scott Stoll
Did you know? Coaching Pods are here – and they’re free! Coach Training EDU provides this virtual connection service for our coaches in training to coach members of our community outside of class. CTEDU’s coaching pods are virtual groups where you can connect with coaches and practice outside of class, build your skills, and log … Read more Join a Coaching Pod
“Whatever your heart is craving, know that you can do it. You wouldn’t have the impulse if you didn’t already have the goods to make it happen.” – Marie Forleo Our third and final week of our Everything is Figureoutable book club is meeting this Friday, June 5th at 12 PM PST. … Read more What is your heart craving?
Every day, our team, coaches in training, and alumni are inspired by the incredible individuals that are our trainers. They are fantastic coaches, and embody the growth and resilience that we as a training institution strive to nourish in our community. This Thursday, we have the pleasure of connecting with trainer Teresa Gallis. Watch CTEDU … Read more Live Interview – The Catalyst of Grief with CTEDU Trainer Teresa Gallis
This week we are still feeling the inspiration from our live interview with Isabeau Iqbal last week. Her inspiring story on overcoming her perfectionism and using it to her advantage led us to connect with her and ask her our favorite question, “What does coaching mean to you?” “Many years ago–way before I became … Read more Leveraging Your Perfectionist Tendencies – Interactive Workshop with Isabeau Iqbal, Ph.D.
CTEDU Coach Toni Holloway, MA, and CTEDU Co-Founder John Andrew Williams have an impromptu and poignant conversation. As a life coach and an African American woman, Toni Holloway offers her point-of-view on racism, humanity, and whiteness in the context of being a coach. John guides the conversation and Toni shares her honest perspective and reflections … Read more A Perspective on Racism, Humanity, and Coaching from One African American Life Coach
We love sharing our graduates and lifting them up throughout their coaching journey. Recently on the CTEDU Facebook Page, we had a few graduates share how coaching changed and impacted their lives for the better. Below is a quote from Mark Albert Morton, a CTEDU Graduate and fellow coach. His journey is inspiring, and we … Read more #CTEDUPowerofCoaching | Mark Albert Morton
This week’s Resiliency Series Guest Hosts can be found down below! Remember – these events are now streaming as the Coaching to Flourish Podcast! If you’re heading back to work and getting back into your normal routine, you can stream the podcast and catch up on any live events you miss. They can be downloaded … Read more Resiliency Series Weekly Schedule (June 1st – 5th)