In today’s episode, featuring special guest Susan Whitcomb, PCC, we will discuss the science of gratitude and how to activate it in your life and the lives of your clients. We will also examine specific applications to Christian coaching.
In this episode, you will learn:
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Until next time, keep raising the standard and changing the world!
About Susan Whitcomb:
Susan Whitcomb is the Founder and president of The Academies, which specializes in brain friendly coach training for corporate and executive coaching. She is the author of 7 books and has developed an extensive coach-training curriculum approved by the International Coach Federation. Susan has a gift for taking complex neuroscience principles and making them understandable and applicable to every-day coaching. She has studied personally with thought leaders from the Academy of Brain-Based Leadership and the Applied Neuroscience Institute, where she became the only Licensed NeuroPositive Coach from that organization to also be awarded the Master Level designation. She is on a mission to equip coaches to “Change Minds For Good!”
In the previous podcast, Chris talked about the challenges and obstacles he faced after shutting down his successful counseling practice to move his wife and children cross-country to the family farm and launch a private coaching practice.
Shortly after relocating, Chris was struck by a debilitating illness that took years to diagnose. He entered a “dark night of the soul” that took a toll on both he and his family. But instead of allowing difficult circumstances to harden their hearts, they served to strengthen their faith and resolve. During these difficult years, God inscribed valuable life lessons on Chris’ heart, which he shares with us today.
Chris identifies five critical beliefs that shaped his life and decisions during these years:
How might these key takeaways mold your life and coaching practice?
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Today we sit down with our show’s host, Christopher McCluskey, to hear his story as he has dared to answer the song of his heart, a song place there by God.
Raised in a healthy Christian family, Christopher McCluskey was blessed beyond measure. But that didn’t make his path any easier as he faced countless challenges and overwhelming obstacles to answer God's call on his life—a call that has not only touched his professional and personal life but also the lives of thousands.
Chris’s story offers important life lessons we could all learn from:
Be sure to tune in for part two of Chris' story next week and learn how the worst—and the best—was yet to come.
Until then, keep Raising the Standard and Changing the World!
Today, we’re listening in on an entire coaching session from beginning to end and offering commentary on key points in the conversation, including a dramatic shift that happened halfway through the session.
In this pre-recorded session, leadership coach and Professional Christian Coaching Institute faculty member Charles Hooper, MDiv, PCC, coaches Rebecca, a student volunteer from a Coaching Essentials training class, around a shift in mindset.
In this episode, you’ll get answers to your questions about:
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Until next week, keep Raising the Standard and Changing the World!