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The 3 Essential Coaching Skills Every Effective Human Needs

I'm convinced that many folks feel worn out or let down by the typical corporate training and self-help resources out there—even the ones that claim to be great.

Let's face it: most of these leave us pretty much where they found us...

But you know what's different? Great coaching. Especially the kind that's truly transformative.

And here's the kicker—even if you're not aiming to be a professional coach, mastering these skills can seriously up your game in leadership, parenting, or just navigating life as a human being.

1. Really Believe in People:

You know those stories where someone credits their success to that one person who believed in them? Like, "My teacher, Mrs. Snow, saw something in me." "Coach Kelly believed in me!" That's the power of belief.

As coaches (and as humans), we have this incredible opportunity to see others through supernatural eyes—to believe in their potential and help them see it too.

How can you grow and demonstrate your ability to believe in people?

2. Ask Don’t Tell

We've all been there—someone older and supposedly wiser telling us what to do. But effective coaching is about asking, not telling. It's about recognizing that the expert in someone's life is... well, them!

In coaching we always remind ourselves "Tame the Advice Monster!"

So, instead of dishing out advice, we ask questions that empower them to find their own answers.

3. Invite Responsibility

Ever wondered how God gives us so much responsibility without micromanaging every move? It's pretty mind-blowing when you think about it. And guess what? We get to do the same with others.

By empowering them to solve their own problems and inviting committed responsibility, we help them step into their full potential.

So, what do you think? Are you a coach at heart? Do you believe coaching is the future of leadership?

If you're curious to learn more, take the IS COACHING FOR ME ASSESSMENT:

Let me know your thoughts!

With you and for you,


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