Letter from the Editor – Winter 2014
by Chad Hall, MCC
It’s that time of year when we strive to drop some summer fun activities into the heat of weekend days and vacations. Pools, lakes, and oceans bring sweet relief when the temperature rises.
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- Should You Hire a Coach?
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- Incorporating Deep Values into Your Coaching Business – Pt. 2
- Four Essential Elements of Coaching Communication
- Challenging the Client
- Asking Powerful Questions: Jesus as a Coach
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