A lesson from Larry Winget

A few years ago I had Larry Winget (“The Pitbull of Personal Development”) on my podcast, and I was talking with him about practicing what you preach. In 2013, Larry wrote a book called Grow a Pair (which has a cover of him holding two watermelons!). As...

Finding your sweet spot

I’m often asked how many hours a week I work. It’s a hard question to answer, since I don’t really consider what I do “work” (ie: writing this email, doing a coaching session, shooting a video, etc doesn’t feel like work – I...

Black Mirror and coaching

I’ve been getting into the show Black Mirror on Netflix lately. Being a fan of The Twilight Zone, and interested in the effects of technology on society, I really enjoy it (it has some cool twist endings as well). Black Mirror is a dystopian view of what...

Let’s give them something to talk about

A few days ago I bought Fire and Fury – Michael Wolff’s new book about the Trump administration. Being a political nut, it was a no-brainer for me. It seems like everyone has been talking about the book, and I had to check it out and read what’s in...

There is no competition

Over the years I’ve had a lot of coaches whine to me about “competition” in the coaching space: “But Marc, there are too many coaches out there!” Actually, there’s very little competition. At first glance it looks like there is. It...

I won’t work with this person

Last night I posted this in The Coaching Jungle Facebook group: ===== You could be the greatest coach in the world (the Michael Jordan/Babe Ruth/Wayne Gretzky of coaching) but if your client doesn’t want to change nothing will happen … ===== Let me expand on...
book-optin

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