Great to hear from you. Happy to talk with you next week as I'm on assignment this week. Your timing is good. Was thinking about taking your Long Form Intensive this summer and also wanted to interview you about a session…"
"Paul, thanks for posting this, and great inquiry: “How do we get the shyest person in the room to step forward and enjoy it?” I think this is critical for us to examine especially as it relates to our conferences that, while…"
I had enjoyed your workshops and depth.
We can skype next week when I get back home and I can share and contribute "Yes and" to give you some tips to make the very same thing more exciting and interactive.
I loved very much…"
Good to see you again this year and thanks for your attendance at the workshops I led. Feel free to email me as I know I didn't get a chance to follow up with your questions and comments on the change workshop. All…"
Hi David! It appears that we have a lot of overlapping experience - MBA, worked for a bank, and love improv. Would like to hear about your experience with the ICF. Any chance we could set up a Skype meeting?
Hi Alan. Great to meet you as well, and Sharon too. (Sharon, right??) Therapist as Life Coach by Patrick Williams. Another book: Coaching for Performance, by John Whitmore. The training school for therapists who are interested in becoming life coaches: ILCT Insititute for Life Coach Training. You can find it on the web by googling. You also might want to browse the International Coach Federation site: www.coachfederation.org
How was your return home ? I enjoyed our conversation in the lounge. Do you recall the titles of the book references on coaching you gave me then ? Also, the name of the guy who offers coaching training for therapists.
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