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Coaching to Flourish Live Season 2, Episode 16

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Welcome to Coaching to Flourish Live Season 2, Episode 16! Coach Training EDU founder John Andrew Williams and CTEDU Assessor and Master Coach Raj Anderson dive into discussions on the book “Wired to Create”, what creativity looks like, and offer advice for new coaches dealing with discomfort.

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Coaching to Flourish Live Season 2, Episode 16
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What does “Wired to Create” mean to you?
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What advice do you have for new coaches dealing with discomfort during coaching sessions?
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Coaching to Flourish - Takeaways

Great Takeaways/Sidebars:

  • Describe what creativity looks like.
  • The challenge of creativity in the corporate world.
  • Signature strengths.
  • Trusting the process.
  • Topics triggering discomfort.
  • Trademark questions to keep on hand.


“I am motivated by wanting to make an impact . . . by that desire to help others make that change.” -Raj (11:28)

“It’s really love. When you get down to it, it’s love. It’s an empowerment of others. It is the intention, an attending to the empowerment of other people.” - John (12:54)

“For me, I really view coaching as an extension of me, of that love of learning. I get to learn about other people. I get to go in there and learn and feel and think and listen. It’s essentially professional listening.” - John (13:40)

“There is an artform to listening. You have to be aware of your own biases, be aware of your own assumptions, and the filters that you’re using to listen through. We don’t spend time on that as a society. We assume it. It gets crafted unconsciously, usually by the culture around us.” - John (13:54)


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