What do Cheryl Scanlon, Keith Webb, Kim Avery, and Kelly Whalen have in common? They represent part of an all-star lineup of presenters for CCNI’s first Business of Coaching series June 7-11 & 14-18. A different presentation...Read More
Transition Means Change and Change is a Lot of Work. Whether God ordained or self-imposed, I seem to find myself involved in transition more often than not. For the most part, I love it – I can easily stay calm and keep a...Read More
3G : The Art of Living Beyond Your Life is a quick and easy read that just may change the whole...Read More
I was asked if I wanted to be a coach while I was sitting on a hotel bed in Lebanon, 6 days away from leaving the mission field. I also, wrongly, assumed I was 6 days away from leaving the non-profit world. Instead, I arrived in...Read More
A client coaching agreement is a basic condition to establish the coaching relationship. Yet,...Read More
Coaching can be lonely for many solopreneur, work from home coaches. You live at home and you work at home, without much interaction with others, outside of your families. THIS does not sound like fun at all! When you are a...Read More
CCNI has a dedicated bookkeeper – the first in its existence! Robin Crick is an independent contractor who joined CCNI in January 2019 in the new position of Bookkeeper. She received her Accounting degree from the...Read More
Book Review: How To Be Everything: A Guide for Those Who (Still) Don’t Know What They Want to Be When They Grow Up
Since elementary school, I’ve been a bookworm. A coach once asked me what was one of my fondest...Read More
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