Author Archives: Susan Britton

Your Beliefs—The Best Way to Create Trust in Coaching

Trust is everything. Without trust in a relationship, your client will withdraw. And with withdrawal comes withholding. And when withholding, the client hides. Hiding is a defense mechanism that every one of us uses—to protect ourselves from being betrayed, or … Continue reading

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Let’s Agree on What Agreements Mean

Agreements. Do they bring to mind any of these thoughts? “Don’t fence me in! … I don’t want to have to comply … I better get it right or I’m in trouble … I feel guilty because I didn’t do … Continue reading

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Conscious Coaching

Transformation. It’s a big word. For many, it conjures up the thought of “having” to do something difficult, such as change longstanding behaviors or beliefs. We think, “I have so far to go” or “I have so much to learn.” … Continue reading

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You Belong

Belonging means to be a part of something—part of a friendship, or a romantic relationship, or a work team, or a community, or a group working toward a common cause, or, or, or. The longing to belong, like the longing … Continue reading

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