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Welcome to Professional Christian Coaching Today with Chris McCluskey and Kim Avery, a weekly podcast dedicated to informing, inspiring, and equipping Christians in the art and science of professional-grade Christian coaching. Along with cutting-edge content, you'll hear great interviews with guests such as Dan Miller, Michael Hyatt, Dr. Gary Collins, Kary Oberbrunner, Dr. Marilee Adams, Dr. Richard Swenson, C.J. Hayden and more. Our goal is to raise the standard in coaching and change the w ...
 
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How I Became a Coach with Kris Kelso This week we are giving you a rare, behind-the-scenes view of what it really takes to become a professional coach. In this candid interview with Kris Kelso, PCC, you’ll hear the ups and downs, the successes and the mistakes, Kris has experienced in his transition from owning a technology company to becoming an a…
 
For many, entrepreneurship provides the ideal route for coaches to choose their own schedule, set their own pace, and head towards the destination of their choice. But being an entrepreneur can be more difficult than it sounds. In today’s episode, you’ll discover the core issues you need to think about when it comes to owning your own coaching busi…
 
Do you long to grow your impact as a Christian Coach? If so, we have exciting news for you today! The 3rd Annual International Christian Coaching Day is coming up on Friday, May 20, at the end of the ICF’s International Coaching Week. So, get ready to capitalize and benefit from new findings in the coaching industry and so many other amazing statis…
 
In our always-on culture, it’s easy for coaches and their clients to become so focused on setting and achieving their goals, that they quickly move from one to another without any time in-between. Today, we want to invite you and your clients to celebrate more deeply and more often. Tune in to learn: Why we don’t stop to celebrate The brain science…
 
Leadership development is a $350 billion industry across the globe and a portion of that money is spent on coaching. In the past, access to coaching was restricted to senior leaders, but what if that person got coached earlier? How would that impact their leadership skills, their workplace, their families, and their lives? A growing number of colle…
 
Business Network International is the world’s leading business referral organization with over 10,600 chapters worldwide, and its mission is to help business professionals develop long-term, meaningful referral relationships. Teresa McCloy is an active member and in this episode, Teresa shares her experience with BNI and answers our key questions s…
 
Christian coaches bring an important voice to the table when it comes to the cultural conversation around diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice. But it can be hard to know how to dive into the deep waters of this weighty topic. Today’s guest, Sackeena Gordan-Jones, who serves on the ICF’s DEIJ Task Force, helps us look at these subjects through…
 
Coaches use their skills in a number of different ways and in a variety of settings. Today, Mike Howerton shares with us how his journey of self-discovery and self-leadership led him to a full-time position as an EntreLeadership Executive Coach with Ramsey Solutions. Tune in to learn: How to step out in faith, with a blurry vision, and then rely on…
 
Do you have questions about certification as a coach? You’re not alone. Understanding and obtaining certification can feel like a long road and we know the importance of not walking it alone. Join us as we take away the ambiguity and help you get well on your way to the goal! Discover: The differences between certification and credentialing process…
 
In this world, both we and our clients will face sorrow and loss. While grief is rarely the primary focus for our coaching, it is a part of living. Knowing that, as coaches, how can we help our clients grieve well? In today’s episode, Chris shares: The different mindsets, healthy and unhealthy, that are both a part of grief, so you can decide how y…
 
Excellence wins: an interview with Horst Schultze is a conversation you truly can't afford to miss. We'll unpack how and why excellence wins. Listen as both a business owner and a skilled coach explains how it’s not about tasks but tapping into your being and purpose. You'll uncover valuable principles that will enable you to help raise up a powerf…
 
We're wrapping up another exciting season and eager to answer your questions! As always, we've selected 4 questions we've received via social media, email, and phone. Let's dive right in! 1) The economy is tight, with no strong indicators of improving soon. How should I be thinking about this as a business owner, in the face of that? 2) In these ch…
 
Life rarely unfolds in a linear fashion, and choosing a niche is no exception. The path to clarity often comes as a result of listening to God, obediently taking the steps He lays out, learning from each step, and then beginning again. In this episode, Kim Avery transparently shares about the huge transition she is making in her business journey, a…
 
Without exception, there’s one common denominator at the core of every single coaching session you hold. It’s the most essential part of that coaching session, and it’s something you have complete control over. What is it? It’s you! Your use of self, your awareness of yourself, and your self-management as a child of God, a person, and a coach. In t…
 
As adults, we spend the majority of our waking hours at work. Yet, this is often a neglected area when it comes to spiritual growth. Thankfully, all work is kingdom work. In this episode, author Tom Lutz shares key insights on taking a coach approach to discipline others in and through their work. Tune in to hear: The importance of seeing each pers…
 
In our digital age, people have all the information they need, yet they still aren’t experiencing the transformation they desire. Where is the gap? In today’s episode, Cheryl Scanlan, Master Certified Coach and Founder of Promised Land Living, shares how her ministry uses coaching skills to allow their participants time to breathe, to process, to f…
 
Coaching consistently brings new and fresh insights. Yet, insight without action will never result in lasting transformation or change. That’s why the new ICF Competency #8, Facilitates Client Growth, is so important. This final and critical step of each coaching conversation will help your client take all their awareness, insight, and learning, an…
 
Would you like to press pause on the endless cycle of hurry and worry? If yes, then tune into this extremely important podcast. Because we all have unconscious beliefs, unspoken fears, and hidden habits we so easily rely on that feed our fast-paced culture. Whether the disembodied voices you hear are from others or yourself... past or present... it…
 
Pregnancy Resource Centers around the world are discovering that taking a coach approach in their ministries is key to saving lives and bringing hope to women in crisis. Listen in as Jane and Joe Dalton and Pam Sluder share how coaching provides the key to: Setting the initial appointment with an abortion-minded woman Providing a space for her to f…
 
If neuroscience seems intimidating to you, then listen in to learn why brain science is so important to coaching and how it can enhance your coaching presence. Also, glean what you can do to bring simple concepts from neuroscience into your coaching practice; so your clients can receive the value of understanding what beliefs may be blocking their …
 
Atefeh Rajabi Sahaaleh was an Iranian girl from the town of Neka who was executed a week after being sentenced to death, on charges of adultery and "crimes against chastity." Also the case of Atefeh Sahaaleh was the subject of a BBC documentary made by Wild Pictures in 2006. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/fawzicave-podcast/message…
 
Great coaches ask great questions, and so do great leaders. In fact, knowing what questions to ask, how to ask them, and how long to wait for an answer will yield better results than knowing all the right answers. Join today’s guest, Bob Tiede, author of Leading with Questions, as he shares invaluable insights on creating a coaching culture within …
 
One of our old school episodes: In 1952 in west germany a girl named Anneliese Michel was born to a strong catholic family. As she got older her behaviour changed and it was believed she was being possessed by powerful demons. Was Annerliese’s tragic fate a result of the devil or from the neglect of those around her? Find out more about this contro…
 
The speed of change progresses constantly. Our world accelerates daily. Change is inevitable. But organizations can adapt and even thrive. Our guest today, Steve Greer, is here to help you manage organizational change in the marketplace and the world. In this episode, you'll: Learn the 3 keys for leading change Identify the 5 triggers that help dri…
 
In an agreement signed in blood, Danyal Hussein had pledged to a demon King Lucifuge Rofocale to sacrifice six women in six months to win the Mega Millions Jackpot... Hussein, 19, killed sisters Bibaa Henry, 46, and Nicole Smallman, 27, in a vicious knife attack in a Wembley park on June 6, 2020 after making a blood pact with a demon.--- Send in a …
 
Nothing is permanent in this world except change. If we want to be effective in coaching our clients, we have to self-lead and become agents of change. In this episode you'll not only learn how to lead change effectively; you'll be encouraged to step out in healthy fear, as you build your confidence to grow into the role of your calling. Say goodby…
 
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