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Episode 12: Call ‘Em Like You See ‘Em

We’ve talked about curiosity as an important part of the power of connection with each other. Ok, so let’s add…

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Episode 11: Practice Makes Perfect!

This stuff, improving our communication, utilizing EQ, C-IQ, Empathetic listening, etc, takes PRACTICE! Remember the Amygdala? Your ancient brain? That’s…

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Episode 10: Shush! Silence Can Be Your Best Way To Learn More

Just shut up! Some call it ‘active listening’, I’ve heard recently the term ‘Dynamic Listening’, and there are others. I…

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Episode 9: To Serve Is Not About Helping…

I’m starting a movement about serving your client instead of helping them. This is a shift from what our lexicon…

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Episode 8: Be Patient When Listening!

There’s a lot of chatter out there in salons of professional development about listening. This episode provides some very simple…

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Episode 7: The Toaster Cozy

Comedic legend Phil Hartman’s iconic character “The Anal Retentive Chef” was the host of a cooking show that never actually…

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Episode 6: To Be Honest with You

As the title states: “To be honest with you”. Really? This episode relates to a real-life experience I had that…

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Episode 5: Why

When I began my journey to become a certified coach, my instructors limited my use of any question that began…

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Episode 4: Curiosity And The Judge

There’s a lot of talk about being curious right now. “Amp up your curiosity!”, “Ask good questions, be curious!”, “If…

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Episode 3: We And Us

Here’s a concept, phrase your questions with the pronouns “We” and “Us” when coming from a perspective of curiosity, discovery…

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Episode 2: And…

One of the early learnings I was fortunate to receive as I began my formal coaching career was from my…

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Episode 1: Asking More Questions

Are you asking more questions, or giving more answers? Think about that for a moment – whether you are seasoned…

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