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The Coach’s Alphabet (vol. II): I = Intentionality

Pastor, educator, and author Francis Chan said, “Our greatest fear should not be of failure, but of succeeding at things in life that don’t really matter.” How often are you on autopilot, functioning from a place of habit rather than … Continue reading

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The Coach’s Alphabet (vol. II): A = Alignment

Five Secrets to Achieving Alignment The Coach’s Alphabet is a tool designed to draw attention to the values in your life that give your life value. It is intended to stimulate reflection on how well your thoughts and behaviors align … Continue reading

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The Coach’s Alphabet: Z = Zeal

Please don’t let the limited options for values that begin with the letter Z make you think that I write about Zeal with anything less than the intense enthusiasm, fervor, or devotion it deserves.  I don’t know if I can … Continue reading

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The Coach’s Alphabet: I = Integrity

Integrity is one of those concepts whose depth of meaning sometimes gets diminished in the commonality of its usage. Integrity is most often associated with honesty, fairness and morality, yet if we reflect on its etymological origins (Latin – integritās) … Continue reading

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