Many people dream of having their own business. It’s an idyllic dream where they only work when they want to, they only have to do the parts they enjoy, everyone works as a team, there are plenty of profits for them to take out of the business, and consumers love their product […]
If you search articles about coaching the “uncoachable”, you will notice many say “These clients aren’t worth the effort.” “Try to avoid those clients, and if you have them, accept that they are not ready for coaching; end the relationship.”
According to John Mattone, a globally respected leadership coach authority, it generally […]
by Gail Condrick, GSCA Member
As a Sacred Contracts consultant I work with 72 different archetypal personality and energy patterns to empower individuals ready to dive deep into their soul work and create a personal mission statement. Together we reveal your archetypes, recognizable patterns of behavior and personality that the collective consciousness understands on both […]
by Robyn Stratton-Berkessel, GSCA Member
When you smile with a genuine, heartfelt, sincere, authentic smile, it is very different from a hurried stretch of the lips à la “smiley face — have a nice day” kind of smile.
The heartfelt smile is when the corners of your lips expand and turn up, the skin […]
As a coach or consultant, you can be a major influence in supporting your clients (and yourself as well) to achieve total well-being, both in body and in mind. But no matter how good a coach you may be, if your client is not as healthy as they possibly can be, their ability to put […]
by GSCA Member, Jackie Simmons – condensed from the book: The Game Changer: Volume 3
Startled, shocked, I held my breath.
In one dizzying instant I was transported away from the professional offices of Veterans’ Services and back fifty years…
. . . the smell of Old Spice filled the hot car. Even with the […]
In Part 1, I explored The Gig Economy’s role in Specialty Food from the company’s perspective. In Part 2, I’m talking to The Gigger (AKA Independent Contractor), about their role.
Read both articles to maximize your understanding of each other’s position and deepen your relationships.
There are two types of giggers. The enthusiastic […]
It had to happen . . .
Sooner or later there had to be a new tax ruling that had unintended consequences.
Here’s what happened: The rumor mill started grinding the grist of the who’s an Independent Contractor (a.k.a.: self-employed) and who’s an Employee under the new IRS Tax Code. […]
What’s the one thing that’s keeping you from experiencing your ideal vision of success?
I call this the x-factor, the one thing that’s primarily blocking you from experiencing unimaginable success.
Success is Achievable:
How amazing would it be to pinpoint the one thing that minimizes your success? To uncover the core patterns of your daily […]