Seeking Feedback

by | May 16, 2019 | Powerful Paragraphs | 0 comments

Especially in a coaching session, defending your idea or pushing back on a client’s feedback is sometimes useful but often has the opposite effect. People have a natural tendency to justify thought, emotion, and actions. But the master coach ignores this tug and instead focuses on the more powerful instinct to connect and be of service. The art is in trusting your core ability to grow.

How often do you find yourself defending versus seeking feedback?

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What are three blessings you’re grateful for in 2019?

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