Category Archives: Books for Coaches

Becoming a Life Coach: 20 of Your Top Questions Answered in Kindle Store

Becoming a Life Coach: 20 of Your Top Questions Answered is now available in the Kindle Store.

If you’re just starting your research of the profession and wondering what coaching is all about, this ebook is designed for you. Some of the questions answered include:

– What is coaching?
– How does it differ from counseling and consulting?
– Where do coaching sessions take place and how often?
– Can I really make six or seven figures as a coach?
– Do I need to get trained?
– Can anyone become a coach?
– What makes a great coach?
– Who hires coaches?

“Becoming a Life Coach” answers 20 common questions, including those listed above, which many people have when they first hear about the profession. The answers to these questions will give you an overview of the profession and what it takes to become a life coach.

By the end you’ll know whether you want to research the profession of coaching further to see if it’s a good fit as a career for yourself.

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Three Signs of a Miserable Job – Book Review

Three Signs of a Miserable Job:  A Fable for Managers (and their employees)
by Patrick Lencioni

Do you see yourself in any of the following scenarios:
– On Sundays you start to dread the upcoming work week.
– You don’t feel valued in your job.
– There is a high rate of turnover in the company
– Employees don’t seem to care about their work.

If so, Patrick Lencioni has a possible solution for you.  “Three Signs of a Miserable Job” is mainly written in a novel format as we follow Brian as he learns the three keys to job satisfaction.  If you think, like I did, that doing what you love is the only solution, you may be in for a surprise. Even people who do what they love or are good at, don’t necessarily love their job.

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