The Robinson Milestone

The Powerful Paragraph:

A few times in my career as an Academic Life Coach I’ve reached a meaningful and memorable milestone. I remember my first workshop I delivered over ten years ago to a group of parents and students. I remember speaking at my first book launch, and now I had the honor of speaking at the same conference as Sir Ken Robinson, one of my education heroes. I’m struck by the power and magic of what can be accomplished by persevering and continuing to take one step, then another.

The Robinson Milestone

The Powerful Question to Ponder

What magic are you creating – and what milestone are you reaching – by taking the next step?

About powerful paragraph

About Powerful Paragraphs

Designed to mimic coaching questions.

  • Four sentences to give a little context and an open-ended question.
  • Start your day with a little boost of inspiration and insight.

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Writing Your Inner Narrative

Writing Your Inner Narrative

Author Britt Fulmer

Britt Fulmer

July 01, 2022

Everyday we write a running narrative in our minds, encompassing things like how we feel, our thoughts on breakfast, and our plan for approaching the day. But it’s not the content of the story as much as the perspective through which we view the story that guides our behaviors and emotions.

Signs a Coach Should Refer a Client to a Counselor

Signs a Coach Should Refer a Client to a Counselor

Author Lauren Gombas

Lauren Gombas

June 30, 2022

While it’s rare, there may come a time in a coaching session where a referral to counseling needs to be made. This doesn’t necessarily mean that the coach needs to discontinue the coaching program, though there may be extreme cases where that may be the best course of action.

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