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Coaching As Activism

What if your coaching could be a potent, effective and inspiring form of activism? In asking this question, I am suggesting something to you that might be hard to hear: there’s a good chance that it’s currently not. Let me make my case: the coaching industry grew out of the personal growth industry and the …

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Guest Post: The Background of Your Website That No One Talks About But Everyone Feels

I’ve connected with Tim Gray a few times over the years, and always gotten the loveliest vibe from him. We got into a conversation about websites and it turned out he had some things to say which I thought were important enough that I wanted to share them with you all. This notion of the …

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Guest Post: The Resume Is Dead, The Bio Is King

This article was originally published on The99Percent.com and went viral with 6,000+ retweets/shares. It has been republished on LifeHacker and across the web. Written by: Michael Margolis      Illustration: Oscar Ramos Orozco If you’re a designer, entrepreneur, or creative — you probably haven’t been asked for your resume in a long time. Instead, people Google …

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Guest Post: How a Failed Trip to Iceland Created One of the Coolest Things in the World

This is a different kind of blog post, written by a colleague of mine, Seth Braun, from Fairfield, Iowa. I like it because it speaks to the unintended consequences of trying an experiment. I’m currently in the middle of running my Niching for Hippies program. The core of that program is the idea of ‘niche …

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Kelly on Wounds

I’d been hearing about Kelly Tobey for years. He’s a leading figure in the Calgary personal growth scene. And then recently, while preparing for my Niching for Hippies course I saw that he was leading a workshop called ‘Shifting From Wounds to Assets”. And it reminded me of the blog post I’d written about wounds …

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Niche Case Study: Career vs. Calling

Lorraine was a part of my six week Niching for Hippies program and, by the end of it, we’d all basically decided to elect her class president for her incredible marketing insights and technological brilliance in helping us with online things and facebook. Lorraine is a life coach. So what. Not to be harsh but …

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