THE COACHING CONNECTOR BLOG

Are You an Entrepreneur Looking For an Edge? Hire a Business Coach!

Not all career paths involve the spirit of risk-taking that becoming an entrepreneur does. Whether you’re trying to build a brand-new business that you hope will replace your current nine-to-five someday, break away from an existing workplace to make a ...

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Health is Wealth

While the terms health coaching and wellness coaching are bandied about equally, the general consensus among professionals is that they’re pretty interchangeable with wellness perhaps focusing on health as well as more holistic issues such as mindfulnes...

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Show Me the Money!

Is passion crucial to your success? Or is it just the cherry on top if you’re lucky enough to have a business that pays the rent and fuels your soul? Imagine this: It’s Friday night. You worked hard on your business all week. You made a decent profit,...

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Mind Matters

Your brain controls your mind and body, and to that extent your thoughts and well-being. A popular study from the University of Michigan’s Psychology Department also shows that your thoughts contribute to your success. So doesn’t it make sense to unde...

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Say Hello to Your Spiritual Self

The French have a phrase that sums up the reason for someone or something’s existence: raison d’être. Many people struggle to figure out what their raison d’être is, if they ever bother to at all. Life coaching can help people identify wha...

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How to Create Long Lasting Change in Yourself and Your Life

There are as many thoughts and definitions as to what coaching represents, as there are, coaches. However, one thing is true; the primary goal of effective coaching is about creating long lasting change. The challenge however is part of the human conditio...

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Business Budgeting

Many small business owners will admit that they prefer to spend the majority of their time working with clients and producing a quality product. Running a business with this approach can easily neglect the financial side of the equation. Operating a busin...

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Stop Thinking About Tomorrow

If you’ve ever put off or delayed a task—especially something urgent—you know what it’s like to procrastinate. Loosely defined as avoiding, deferring, or postponing, occasional procrastination is relatively harmless but left unchecked, it can beco...

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Building a Business Plan: How a Coach Can Help

Many of us have had that great idea –one we just know will make an excellent business. However, getting an idea to fruition is the real challenge. That’s where a business plan comes in. “A business plan helps you make decisions about where to spend ...

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Follow the Leader

Doing business undoubtedly requires leadership skills, whether they are in service of managing employees, representing the public face of a company or networking effectively with community and colleagues. While some may see strong leadership as an innate ...

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Emotional Intelligence: Why It’s Good Business Practice

No matter how much expertise, knowledge, and instinct a businessperson has, success is ultimately built on human relationships. From the top down—managers to employees to suppliers to customers—the tenor of everyday interactions will determine how an ...

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Break Free from Limiting Beliefs

Beliefs can be defined as a state of certainty that something exists or is true. Personal beliefs consist of ideas and assumptions we have about ourselves that play a significant role in how we view our life and the world around us. The framework most peo...

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How To Become a Networking Rock Star

You have been successful in your field and climbed high at your company, but you still feel like you are lacking the innovative mindset needed to move any further. You want to draw in new clients and create a dynamic new supply chain process, but haven...

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Stressed Out

You have a major presentation due at the end of the week, but your boss keeps sending numerous small tasks your way that keep taking up your time. Your employees are not making significant progress on their latest project, while your new hire is strugglin...

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The Struggle to Juggle

My older daughter turned nine this summer, which for me made a decade of parenting. Long gone are the days of punching out at the end of a work day and going out with friends for a beer. For most working parents, that would be an ultimate luxury. Not only...

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