Fran shares an example of a client who learned to live true to their Essential self, and make a huge transitional shift.
I used to be a workaholic. By the way, my definition of a workaholic is people who define their worth by what they do—what they accomplish—not by who they are being. My experience coaching individuals in corporations during the last twenty-five years has been that Western culture supports, encourages, and rewards this behavior. It’s “outside-in” […]
To discover and clarify who you really are, you must look inward to the very core of your being, to your essential nature. The coaching process helps clients discern what essential nature is and what it is not.
Notice the difference between what happens when a man says to himself, “I have failed three times,” and what happens when he says, “I am a failure.” – S. I. Hayakawa I used to own a small business. It failed. Here are the four main mistakes I made that contributed to its failure…
What are some tools, tips, or practices that will help you make more empowering choices? Fran shares four practice to help raise self awareness to help you make empowering choices.
This is an excerpt of an interview of Fran Fisher, MCC by David E Wright, President of Insight Publishing
Invite client to LEAD/offer CHOICE
PARTNERSHIP is more COLLABORATIVE than directive…How can you be a better partner?
How comfortable are you with silence? How comfortable are you with providing spaciousness for the client’s speaking or thinking?