LinkedIn emplea cookies para mejorar la funcionalidad y el rendimiento de nuestro sitio web, asi como para ofrecer publicidad relevante. Putting things off to do ‘later’ is something we’re all familiar with, some of us a little too familiar with perhaps.  It’s certainly one of my main struggles. What do you do when you’re not doing something you ‘should’ be doing anyway?  You might keep watching TV or surfing the net, or you might actually be working diligently at something else, something also useful and important, as a way of avoiding the thing you’re avoiding.  Sometimes you may be so set on avoiding something that you actually accomplish an amazing amount of other stuff, which is pretty funny. Some other things naturally fade off your to do list because it turns out that they weren’t important, didn’t really need doing and so on, and it’s ok to just let that happen where appropriate, and let it go. If you think you should be doing something, but really feel you can’t face it right now, it’s not the end of the world.  If you go and do something else useful instead, you’ll still have a feeling of having accomplished something worthwhile, and having a few other tasks done often clears your head and brings you a little closer to being ready to tackle the one you’ve been dreading. Another fascinating fact about it is that true Angry Cleaning is done efficiently and calmly, and that’s always a good thing too.
Messy, overcrowded drawers can be cleared out and organized, grimy patches in the kitchen can be scrubbed to within an inch of their lives, bits of dogs’ rope toys chewed into tiny pieces all over the floor can be picked up, detailed vacuuming in forgotten corners can take place, weeds can be pulled, fridges can be detailed, and all manner of bathroom scrubbing can take place.
January 11, 2012 by Colette Seymann Leave a Comment One of the biggest coaching debates is whether personal coaches should push or pull their clients.
Silly as it sounds, there are a lot of personal coaches who are so passionate and committed to their form they just can’t agree.


The non-directive style of personal coaches would have a rather tough time holding anyone accountable to tasks. By the way… you’re invited to claim your FREE step-by-step “Life Coaching Business Blueprint” video toolkit.
In one camp, there are the directive personal coaches who say clients need to be held accountable to tasks in order to transform their lives.
And given that these two styles tend to appeal to two different behavior styles, there doesn’t seem to be an end in sight.
If someone who was more of a Patton type tried to use Freudian listening on his clients, he would most likely lack the patience to wait for the client to get to the point, interrupt, and eventually just bellow out some orders. A client could easily talk around a circle and evade questions about lack of follow through for an entire session, avoiding anything like even the slightest slap of the wrists. Consulta nuestras Condiciones de uso y nuestra Politica de privacidad para mas informacion.
Consulta nuestra Politica de privacidad y nuestras Condiciones de uso para mas informacion. In the other camp, a non-directional personal coach view says that Freudian listening will help you gain access to the inner challenges your clients face.


For example, a personal coach who is non-directive probably is less likely to confront people in general. In a role as an accountability coach, you could easily imagine that clients would be more afraid to report back that they broke their commitments to this type of figure than they would be facing most other fears. This coach exudes more feminine energy than the more directive Patton type or drill sergeant coach who prefers a much more directive style. For some personal coaches it’s natural, and other coaches may struggle for years without ever achieving other than the lowest levels of mastery. The great news is that with proper training, practice with feedback, and desire, mastery in either of these areas is possible. In fact, the coaches I feel are the best in the world are flexible enough to use both directive and non-directive coaching styles within a single coaching level to achieve results that would be improbable with only one style.




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