• 01:00

    The Anatomy of a Transformational Coach

    in Lifestyle

    Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Micki McMillan, MCC. To be an authentic transformational coach we must have impeccable self-awareness, abiding mindfulness practice, and be a life long learner.  A Transformational Coach first is aware of her own strengths and shortcomings.  The coach understands the impact they have on others.  This self-awareness is earned through a willingness to dive into one’s inner life.  The second component of a Transformational Coach is that they have a deep and abiding mindfulness practice.  In a world saturated with information and fast-passed technology, the Transformational Coach steps outside of this flurry and is grounded through a mindfulness practice.  Through this practice the self-awareness of the coach is enriched as well as possible areas of growth.  The third characteristic of a transformational coach is that they are life long learners.  Learning becomes less a goal to achieve and more of a way of life.  Learning how to learn becomes more important than gathering a mass of knowledge.  To be one who teaches this, we have to be that which we are teaching.  Or the best way to teach transformational coaching is to allow transformation to take root in the life of the teacher.


    Micki McMillan MEd.,MCC, is CEO and co-founder of the Blue Mesa Group, a firm that supports senior leaders’ success through executive coaching and proven leadership skills. Once the highest ranking woman in utility operations, Micki has deep insights into the challenges executives face in competitive cultures. With 20 years of executive coach experience, Micki is one of just over 600 Master Certified Coaches in the world. Micki coaches executives & teams at The Coca-Cola Company, Merck & Co., Yale Health, CO State University, Entergy, Trinity Health, Centura Health and Royal Dutch Shell. She has vast experience in world regions, including Asia, Australia & Europe.

  • 01:01

    Why a "Politically Correct" Approach Might Create a Misleading Process

    in Lifestyle

    Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Sara Arbel, MCC.  Sara believes that the world today is facing few truths that need to be addressed:
    1. Diversity and
    2.The price we pay for being politically correct.

    Sara Arbel MCC, from Tel–Aviv, Israel, has 30 yrs exp. with leadership driven individuals and organizations, is founder of the coaching profession and founding Israel ICF President, plus faculty leader at CoachU. Coaching as a career is rewarding, exceptional and an exciting model for personal change and transformation. She brings enthusiasm and experience to the industry. With a heart bursting with pride she coaches clients, with the strong will to grow and evolve, fulfill their mission. She says the measure of success is our passion to leave a mark. Who We Are and Who We are Becoming is a process of achieving that goal and where all is possible for building a well-balanced life, strong lasting career and business foundation. The world today moves quickly and we are measured by our ability to be the leaders of change. Sara coaches in Microsoft, Intel, Medical (Kamada, Novo Nordisk) & Tele-comm (Orange) industries, law firms, Tel-Aviv University, Weizmann Institute of Science, et al. Knowledge is no longer our asset, personality IS.

  • 01:00

    How to Have the Conversation You’ve Been Avoiding!

    in Lifestyle

    Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Gail Rappolt, PCC. In what ways do I keep myself stuck by not having the difficult conversations that would truly make a difference to me and the other? Why do I assume that raising something that has been concerning me will have a negative outcome? I demean others when I deprive them of feedback that lets them know the impact of their behavior on me. When I give feedback that is descriptive, situational and owns the behavior’s impact on me and when I give it in the spirit of love – not blame nor defensiveness, I offer a gift. Ironically it is not only a gift to the other – it is a gift to self as well. I have taken action and often that action releases the tension and anxiety created by the situation and allows me to let go it. Join Gail to learn a feedback tool and some specific skills of preparing and delivering feedback that will help create a positive outcome for the conversation you need to have.


    Gail is a dynamic and creative business coach. Her warmth, knowledge of human behaviour and positive energy form the basis of an outstanding learning opportunity for her clients. Her background as a successful leader and manager brings both awareness of the complexities faced by her clients and the coaching skills to help them find their own effective solutions.


    Gail has a private coaching practice and has been an Associate of the Niagara Institute for many years. Her career path includes a number of senior management positions in the public sector at the municipal and provincial level. In her roles, she managed large departments and sites where she was involved in restructuring and change management, led cross-functional teams, and designed and developed new programs. She has also held significant positions of leadership in the volunteer sector.


    Expertise: Leadership Development, Executive and Personal Coaching

  • 01:01

    How Coaching is Changing the World

    in Lifestyle

    Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Helen Attridge, MCC. Helen shares after 5 years of having my International Coach training company, I took some time out this year to review where I had been and where I am going, something I strongly recommend coaching clients, coaches and international leaders I work with do. From this time of reflection, I was able to review what was working both personally and professionally for me. This “reflection time” was deeply inspired by a leadership training I taught in China last November, where I walked into a room of leaders from all different walks of life and had a visceral experience in my body of their exhaustion and frustration. I started to hear a small voice inside of me inviting me to change my curriculum and be present with both myself and these leaders over the time I spent with them. That training began to create a pathway forward for me, as a leader, trainer and coach with a passion to create global change.


    Helen Attridge, President, International Trainer, Master Certified Coach, is the president and owner of the Academy of Coaching and NLP (ACN). When Helen took over the program, her vision was to create an international coach training program that provides students with the highest International Coaching Federation (ICF) credentials and combines ICF pure coaching model with powerful NLP coaching techniques. ACN empowers students with everything they need to launch a successful coaching business. Prior to becoming Director of ACN, Helen was an International Trainer for the NLP and Coaching Institute of California. She was a Results Coach for the Anthony Robbins Company, coaching CEOs and executives internationally. She is also Facilitator/Coach for Womensquest Outdoor Adventure Company. In addition, Helen has built a successful coaching practice.

     

  • 00:32

    Bradcast Sports Episode 134 with Corey Hirsch

    in Sports

    Tonight on the show is former NHL goaltender and current Sportsnet analysis, Corey Hirsch!

  • 00:58

    Epiphany's House Welcomes Wil Gibson...

    in Poetry

    There are some artists who are just rooted in your soul..who make no bullshyt excuses.....who just get right down to it...Wil Gibson is THAT artist... I promise..


    Wil Gibson was born from a good idea and a bottle of bourbon. He was raised in some of the poorest communities northern Illinois and eastern Arkansas have to offer. He now lives in Portland (the one in Maine) and likes it a lot there (you probably would too). He writes too many love poems and not nearly enough of his novel. A proud (mistake prone) father of four who tries real hard and is still growing up.
    He has performed with or opened for; Regie Gibson (no relation), Charlie Neville, Brother Ali, mybrightestdiamond, Toki Wright, Patricia Smith, and Kurtis Blow (among others) in dive bars, high schools, colleges, poetry slams, libraries, living rooms, restaurants, prisons, coffee houses, and churches from Bellingham, Washington to Boston, Massachusetts and beyond.
    He was runner up at the 2010 and 2011 Arkansas Grand Slam, audience favorite 2010 Arkansas Grand Slam, three time (2008-2010) Portland, Maine/Port Veritas Grand Slam Champion, 2010 New Hampshire/Slam Free or Die Grand Slam Champion, has represented Portland, Maine six times (2008-2012, 2014) at the National Poetry Slam, including the 2011 team that made semifinals.
    He has toured nationally solo and as part of:
    Uncomfortable Laughter (w/ Beau Williams, Kait Rokowski, and Ryan McLellan)
    guyslikeyou (w/ Beau Williams and Ryan McLellan)
    is an honorary member of Chicago 4 Star Poetry(w/ Billy Tuggle, Andi Kauth, Rik Vazquez, Melanie “George” Decelles, Ashley Hart, and Patricia Smith)
    and is a founding member of the Port Veritas artist collective.
     He likes people and dogs a lot. He would like to pet your dog, talk to you a few minutes, and possibly give you a hug if that’s ok.


     

  • 01:20

    The Race Trim MotorSports Hour #12

    in Sports

    Uncle Mark and Brandon are both back in the Frat House Sports garage chatting up the results from last week’s season-opening Daytona 500 and this week’s Race #2 at Atlanta Motor Speedway.


    That “Pesky” team member Joey Logano came right out of the gate and (probably) has already stamped his ticket into “The Chase” . . . six months from now. But what also came out of last week’s Daytona festivities was the loss of not one, but both of the Busch boys.


    A few in the media were comparing the indefinite suspension of Kurt Busch by NASCAR to the NFL’s situation with Ray Rice, but is THAT a fair comparison? Meanwhile others are criticizing NASCAR and Daytona for the possible season-ending injury to Kyle Busch following a wreck in the Xfinity Series in the Monster Energy #54. Is THAT a fair criticism?


    Finally, this is Jeff Gordon’s final year of competition before he retires. How can that be? He looks like a baby. Well, it’s time to play “Guess that Driver’s Age” . . . and, well, does age really matter in motor sports?


    As usual, they've got the coffee. You bring the donuts and bring enough for the guys parked right now over in the "Frat House Sports Garage" . . . oh, and be sure to give them a call at 347 - 826 - 9964!

  • 02:00

    White History Month - Now that it's over, let's talk about black history daily.

    in Entertainment

    Oh my gosh. 
    Oscars.  All Star games. 50 shades of grey. Patricia Arquette and the white feminists claiming that black men are "attacking" them. 

    Grammys. Zimmerman is free and everyone is surprised that Bill O'Reilly lied. 

    Seriously. Folks are actually amazed that this clown would actually, ever be dishonest. 

    Come on now. 

    But we have work to do anyway. 

    We need to get our Exposing Men's Rights Activism episodes up and running and we need help with graph art. 

    Speaking of help, here is a link to toss some coin over at the homey, Joy Loco who helps us, so let's keep it circular. 
    Thank you. 

    http://www.gofundme.com/bossybroadsfund 

  • Early will I seek thee,Patricia A Alshabazz/warriors

    in Prayer

    Join me in PRAYER: Early will we seek thee. Ps.63-1 Ps.55-16,17 let us remember our Creator Ecclesiastes 11-1-10, Ps.91-1, ps.92-1 it is good to give thanks to God;

  • 02:01

    American Daily Review: Welcome To The ObamaNet

    in Politics Conservative

    Constitution Corner: Patricia Arquette accuses the Constitution of "male convexity"; He lived long and we prospered: Leonard Nimoy passes away at 83; American Sniper was snubbed because it was directed by Clint Eastwood instead of Michael Moore; Chris Kyle's murderer not quite brought to justice; "Here we are in 2015 looking at another potential mortgage crisis"; Democrat witchhunt forces scientist out of global warming research; Big Obrother is watching your kids; The question about "smart meters"; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejects Democrat summons to closed-door woodshed; Obama's domestic enemies remain under withering siege; Man kills families in their homes in Missouri shooting rampage; Outspoken anti-Putin opposition leader slain within sight of the Kremlin; Obama Regime banned Muslim apostates from "Stand With Mohammed" summit while ISIS's spring blitzkrieg continues; Scott Walker tackles Right-To- Work; and Obama’s illegal ammo ban decree targets popular AR-15.

  • 01:27

    Best Days Yet to Come- Pastor Patricia Benneman and Bishop Dr. Gregory Scott

    in Christianity

    Pastor Patricia Benneman preaches, teaches and heals. Your best days are yet to come.

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