Seasons of Change

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Do you know when you are ready to make a change? Are you working with others in a coaching position where you deal with change? In Growing Coach Training we train growing coaches how to work with people on many levels. When it comes to change, there are seasons of change. One model is called TTM or Transtheoretical model, developed by James Prochaska in 1977 […]

In Order to Make a Change

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Is it natural or a trance state, that we have grown accustomed to having things be a certain way in our lives? In order to make a change, you need to know what and where to begin. How about decisions, beliefs, and responses? There may even be comfort in having our lives be consistent, even when it might not necessarily be working in our best […]

New Seasons: Exciting Changes and Experiences

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By Cyn Wilson I have been learning the guitar lately…for three months steadily. However, for some reason I was not able to switch from chord to chord as easily as I would have thought by now. I was also feeling a bit down as the songs I desired to play were not in my possession…nor was I up to date on such music either. A […]

Nuts, Acorns, and Seeds

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By Cat Wilson Calendars remind us, temperatures dip, leaves dress up in gold and red, and then it happens! An instinct, something inside. Feel that tingly twitch, the switch that flicks inside you? What does it say? How do you respond when the weather changes? Let’s talk about nuts, acorns, and seeds. Nuts! A little something would be nice to crunch on, as I hear […]

Seasonal Personal Changes

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What happens when “The Autumns” blow in? by Cat Wilson Welcome to October, when in the Pacific Northwest trees change color from green to brilliant gold and orange, acorns drop and bushy-tailed squirrels and blue scrub jays vie for the fallen acorns. Summer blue skies puff up with dark, ominous clouds and gear up with cold, wet rain. Here are some ideas and tips to […]