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Kinda Wanna Coach Day 5

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Day 5
Who’s Your Ideal Client & What’s Your Message? with Tara Sophia Mohr

♦ You’re Not Too Young To Be A Great Coach with Mike Robbins
♦ How to Overcome the “You Can’t Do It” Voices with Elena Brower
♦ Letting Go of Your Self-Doubt to Serve Your Clients with Tripp Lanier
♦ How to Let Go of Anxiety & Self-Doubt with Dr. Eric Maisel

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Who’s Your Ideal Client & What’s Your Message?
with Tara Sophia Mohr

Tara Sophia Mohr is the founder of the global Playing Big leadership program for women and author of the forthcoming book, Playing Big: A Practical Guide to Trusting Your Instincts and Sharing Your Brilliance in a World That Needs Women’s Voices, to be published by Penguin in January 2015. An expert on women’s leadership and well-being with a deep commitment to amplifying women’s voices, Tara empowers women to play bigger in their work and in their lives.

With an MBA from Stanford University and her undergraduate degree in English literature from Yale, Tara takes a unique approach that blends inner work with practical skills training, and weaves together both intellectual rigor and intuitive wisdom.

In this talk you’ll learn about:
How to find out who you’re here to serve
How coaching can serve you as a tool kit even if you choose a different career path
Why coaching sessions are a giant laboratory and how to make the most out of that



You’re Not Too Young To Be A Great Coach
with Mike Robbins

Mike Robbins is the author of two books, Focus on the Good Stuff and Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken.  He delivers keynotes and seminars that empower people and organizations to be more successful, appreciative, and authentic.

Prior to his speaking and writing career, Mike played baseball at Stanford University and then professionally with the Kansas City Royals organization. After his athletic career was cut short by injuries, he worked for two internet start-ups, before starting his consulting business in 2001.  His clients include Google, Wells Fargo, Adobe, Gap, Twitter, the San Francisco Giants, and many others.

In this talk you’ll learn about:
Why you don’t have to have it all figured out to be a great coach
Step-by-step actions to develop a genuine relationship with your heroes
The keys to authentic connection



How to Overcome the “You Can’t Do It” Voices
with Elena Brower

Mama, founder and co-owner of VIRAYOGA, and co-author of Art of Attention, Elena Brower has taught yoga for 16+ years. Through her teaching, influenced by several traditions including alignment-based Hatha and Kundalini yoga, Elena offers yoga as a way to approach our world with realistic reverence and gratitude. Her classes are a masterful, candid blend of artful alignment and attention cues for your body, mind and heart. She’s been featured in the New York Times, Yoga Journal, Element Yoga for Beginners DVDs, ABC News and NBC News.

In this talk you’ll learn about:
The negative voices in your head and how they affect you
A ninja technique to make sure you and your clients follow through on your commitments
How we can use clarity as a tool to propel us to change



Letting Go of Your Self-Doubt to Serve Your Clients
with Tripp Lanier

Tripp Lanier is a men’s coach and host of The New Man Podcast: Beyond the Macho Jerk and the New Age Wimp. The New Man Podcast reaches tens of thousands of people in over 110 countries and regularly finds its home on the iTunes Self Help Top 10 list. As a coach, Tripp has helped men and women all over the world break out of mediocre lives, do what they love, and navigate the challenging world of relationships.

In this talk you’ll learn about:
The #1 question we need to let go of in order to serve our clients
How to use vulnerability and authenticity to build rapport with your clients
Why coaching is like dating, and how that affects choosing clients



How to Let Go of Anxiety & Self-Doubt
with Dr. Eric Maisel

Dr. Eric Maisel is the author of more than thirty-five books. His inter­ests include cre­ativ­ity and the cre­ative life, men­tal and emo­tional health, and phi­los­o­phy and the art of mak­ing meaning. Dr. Maisel’s recent books include Rethink­ing Depres­sion, Mas­ter­ing Cre­ative Anx­i­ety, and (with his wife Ann Maisel) Brain­storm: Har­ness­ing the Power of Pro­duc­tive Obses­sions. His books for cre­ative and per­form­ing artists include Fear­less Cre­at­ing, Coach­ing the Artist Within, The Van Gogh Blues, The Cre­ativ­ity Book, and Cre­ativ­ity for Life. He is a regular contributor to both Psychology Today and The Huffington Post.

In this talk you’ll learn about:
A technique you can use to manage anxiety around starting your coaching biz
How to end the negative self-talk & stop sabotaging yourself
The truth about what it takes to make your living coaching



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