How do posts appear on this list?
The list is created using two different sources:
Each Monday on this blogs Facebook page I usually issue the following question and invitation:
“Have you written/seen a blog post in the past week that you’d think is of interest to coaches and that you’d like to share?”
Many of the posts shared on Facebook will then appear on this list.
I personally add posts that have attracted my eye for one reason or another. Sometimes this will be because it fits with a request from a reader about what the want to read more about. Sometimes it’s a post that covers a topic I know from working with clients that coaches will find valuable and/or interesting. Then there are also the posts that just really resonate with me personally.
Whilst to some extent I’m reliant on what’s written each week and what I see, I attempt to provide a mix in this list of different approaches. Some of the posts deal with logistics and answering “how to” style questions, some will be coaches sharing their own experiences and approaches and some posts will fall more in a spiritual category.
I’ll guess that because of the broad spectrum of the list they’ll be some posts you love and others that really don’t appeal to you. My suggestion is to read the posts you’re drawn towards – it’s here to inform, entertain and provide value not to create lots of thought about which you do and don’t like. 🙂
So let’s start this week’s list ….
Posts shared on our Facebook page:
- G.O.Y.A. by Minda Miloff
A few posts also attracted my attention either personally or because of readers requests to read more on a particular subject…
Other posts for coaches from around the web:
- “What’s not wrong?” by Brian Lumsdon
- “Three Ways To Handle Your Creative Tension” by Judy Rees
- “THE NEUROSCIENCE BEHIND LEADING OTHERS” by MARK LUKENS
- “The #1 Trait Most Crazy-Successful Coaches Have in Common” by Holly Chantal
- “Sebastian Bailey’s Five Essential Books for Achieving More by Thinking Differently” by Sebastian Bailey on Box of Crayons
- “Why We Must Care for Ourselves” by Maggie Currie
- “Why True Motivation Comes From Within” Beverley Ireland-Symonds
- “Are You Taking the Easy Options?” by Tracey Lawton
- “PERSONAL INSIGHTS FOR A COUNSELLING COACH!” by Julie Crowley
- “What if…?” by Nic Bird
Whilst it’s lovely for posts to be sent to me via twitter, the nature of a tweet means that it can easily be overlooked when this post is being compiled at a later time. Please leave links in one place, ie the thread on our Facebook page so they can be easily shared.