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1. Imagine a ____________ that is entirely focused upon you.
2. Imagine someone ____________rather than just hearing you.
3. Imagine someone who holds you______________ to dreams and aspirations.
4. Imagine a relationship with someone insatiably ___________ about who you are and who you intend to be.
5. Imagine a relationship in your life with an individual who is often more _______________ to what you want to achieve in life than you are.
6. Imagine a relationship with someone who has no___________
other than your___________
7. Imagine someone in your life who sees the_____________
of your true_____________.
8. Imagine a relationship where you finally break free of the______________________ that has sabotaged your growth and success in the past.
9. Regardless of the field concerned, if a person intends to operate at a _____________
level, and be one of the best in the field, they must demonstrate a ____________________of it.
10. Whenever a person is ____________
information they are________
11. Whenever someone is sharing their________________
12. Whenever someone is __________ open,
deeply, they are _____________.
The Origins of Modern Day Coaching
1. Whilst the association is unhelpful and misleading, the ________
and ________ coaching
industry has its roots in the world of ________.
2. Today the terms ‘soccer coach’ or ‘tennis coach’ are commonly referenced, yet in terms of the work you and I do, the_____________ is very different.
3. Most sports coaches are _____________
and _____________ upon players.
4. There are a couple of problems with this approach. Firstly it assumes that how the _____________
used to do things is the _______ possible way of doing it.
5. Secondly, it approaches players as if they are________
___________ what’s best in any given moment.
6. What derives_______________
at any given activity and what creates higher ________________
at it are entirely different thing and require very different ____________.
7. A new_______________ was born.
We do not need to___________how to do something to be able to do it.
Lesson 2: Character
1. One of the most important and yet astonishingly understated aspects of becoming a powerful coach is about________:
the ______ you are coming from as you engage the coaching process.
2. Think of the word____________.
You have to ____ the coach in order to
_______ the ability to coach others to success.
3. Your ability to___________
another human being will be determined by______ ______ ______ more than it be by what you know.
4. Effective coaching is ___
about who you are and ____ about technique.
5. “Before you can ___
something you first must_____ something” (Johann Wolfgang Van Goethe)
6. The most important work a coach can undertake is to continually seek to ___________
to improve ______ __________.
7. This is where the law of the __________ applies to coaching.
8. Your ability to raise the _______________ of others, and so consequently your ability and
effectiveness in coaching others to improved _______________
will be determined by your _______.
9. The best __________
have a ___________.
10. Rather than seeing a person as an ________ ________that we might fill with information,
knowledge and ideas, a powerful coach views a person rather like an _________, an entity that
has all the _________within it to
__________grow into a beautiful oak tree,
as long as the ________________
_________ are provided
for that _______.
11. A coach looks at a persons____________
rather than their ___________.
12. A great coach sees themselves as a _____________
Why Is Coaching Important?
1. No other human development process ___________
influences and changes _____________ as effectively as coaching.
2. Pouring information into the ___________ mind in the hope that some of it will stick is a
__________ process, because the
___________ mind cannot retain large amounts of information.
3. Coaching influences at both _____________
and _____________ levels of the personality.
4. Unless we change people at the level of their ___________,
nothing will change in their _________.
5. Most of what we do on a day-to-day basis is generated ____________.
6. It simply isn’t possible to manage and improve upon something you’re not _______ of.
7. Coaching address the ____________gap,
the difference between what a person __________
and what they _____.
8. If we are to collaborate in creating lasting improvements in performance for our clients, and not just put a short-term sticking plaster over the problem at hand, we must address performance issues at a level beneath that which they occur.
9. The coaching process has 3 underlying objectives:
1: greater ________________
2: increased ______________
3: greater ________________
10. All 3 bring greater_________________
and _______________ to the individual, creating lasting change by adopting a learning approach that operates from the inside out as opposed to the outside in.
11. Our ____________ cannot be found
somewhere ____________ of us, it can only be discovered.
If you are human, leave this field blank.