Coaching can be a tricky business sometimes. Everyone is so focused on seeing results quickly that sometimes it becomes a rush to try a new strategy or pivot without really taking the time to understand everything.
In this episode, our guest is entrepreneur, coach, author and all-around nice guy Michael Bungay Stanier who tackles this very topic as we talk about his latest book The Coaching Habit and why we should consider less time talking and more time listening to our clients. Michael also shares what kind of questions we need to be asking to help bring a new level of understanding and connection with our clients.
We also dive into the details of The Coaching Habit, the process behind how he self-published it and his own personal experiences with being a coach of coaches.
Whether you are in the coaching industry or not, the insights and value that Michael has shared in this episode are a must-listen so get that notepad out and enjoy!
Essential Learning Points From This Episode:
- Chris and Michael talk about the writing experience and the benefits of self-publishing.
- Why design matters and how it makes content accessible.
- Michael breaks down the myth of building a habit in 21 days.
- Michael shares his key strategies on becoming a better coach.
- The importance of listening.
- Much, much more!
Important Links & Mentions From This Episode:
- Michael Bungay Stanier’s website
- Michael Bungay Stanier on Twitter
- The Coaching Habit
- Michael Hyatt
- Amazon Publishing
- Create Space Self Publishing
- Lulu Self Publishing
- Michael Bungay Stanier’s article in Growth Lab
- Charles Duhigg
- Leo Babauta
- BJ Fogg
- Leadership That Gets Results
- Youpreneur Summit 2017
- Personal Branding Roadmap
- Sign-up for the FREE Youpreneur Launchpad Training Course
- Youpreneur Personal Brand Business Building Community
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