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Optimized Life, Liberty from Debt, and the Pursuit of Meaningful Goals


Coaching Millennials through Their Quarter-Life Crisis

By: Ran Zilca, BCC

Millennials are often misunderstood. They face new challenges that are unfamiliar to older generations, and expect to transform their lives in novel, more structured ways. This is how coaching can help them.




July 08th, 2016 by Amy Jones




Seven Keys To Blogging Success


By: Michelle Armstrong, ME, BCC

Summer is almost here and this is the time people slow down some and take a break. This is also the PERFECT time for you to focus on growing your coaching business.

The big question is HOW? There are many ways to grow your business but they all boil




May 31st, 2016 by Amy Jones




Resolve to…


By: Michelle Armstrong

Welcome to 2016! So it is a new year and it’s the time to make our resolutions. Better health. Better business. Better whatever else you have on your list. After more than a decade as a coach, I have learned a great deal, so I thought I would share some




January 06th, 2016 by Amy Jones




Money Coaching Demystified


By: Steve Demaray

If there's one thing I've learned in my work as a money coach, it's this:   Solid life coaching skills are by far the most important aspect of providing an effective service.  These are something that people in the financial services industry aren’t encouraged to




December 17th, 2015 by Amy Jones




Awesome Testimonials: Best Ways to Use and Obtain Them


By Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D. CLC

Do not limit your use of endorsements. They are not just for your testimonials section, but can be included in everything that you use to market yourself.

If you have a website, use them everywhere to support your content - on the Homepage, Service page,




April 06th, 2015 by Amy Jones




Marketing and Selling Your Services – Change the “Oh No” to “Oh Yes!”


By: Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D. CLC

Do you focus on getting the word out about your business with the mindset of being interviewed? You have to impress to get the job - of being hired.  This attitude incorporates a lot of pressure and judgment around what we might say or do to represent




March 02nd, 2015 by Amy Jones




What’s the most important element of Money Coaching? The coaching part, of course!


By: Steve Demaray

Coaches often don't feel comfortable working in the area of their client's money lives. This is unfortunate since no other profession possess the powerful tools that coaches routinely employ to help their clients create lasting change.

It doesn’t take being a




February 23rd, 2015 by Amy Jones




Making Your Website Work For You


By Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D. CLC

Question: What do I love about the service the worldwide web provides?

Answer: How easy it is to find out about stuff.

Anything you want to know about whether it is facts, services or products is just a Google away. The people searching for you online




December 11th, 2014 by Amy Jones




The Value of a Business Website


By Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D. CLC

The International Coaching Federations (2009) Global Coaching Client Study found that about 20% of coaching business came from a website and around 80% from direct contact or referral. This data suggests that a website contributes something to your




November 14th, 2014 by Amy Jones




What Motivates Seeking Out a Coach and How Does This Match With the Actual Coaching Results?


By: Elizabeth Saigal, Ph.D. CLC

The results from the 2009 ICF global coaching client study allow for some interesting comparisons as to the reasons why people seek out coaching and the outcomes they experience once they do. In the table below, I categorized each of the choices for




October 27th, 2014 by Amy Jones




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