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How Are Being a Coach and Being A Christian Related, by Kimberly Dinsdale

I’m coming off of several months of deconstructing and reconstructing what it really means and looks like and feels like to live in a postmodern, progressive, emerging reality of coaching and Christianity. I am excited to be back on board. I’ve missed offering my thoughts at the Christian Coaching Center, along with moderating articles by other coaches for the Coaching for Women page. Stay tuned and join the conversation as other guest coaches post their articles in the Coaching for Women Community.
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Heartbreaking or Hopeful, A Coaching Challenge, by Kimberly Dinsdale

I don’t feel depressed. I haven’t lost interest in these things. I just don’t do them. I’m excited about the possibility to accomplish my goals and the idea of being an independent woman, but I have trouble acting on it. I don’t have trouble dreaming about the life I want, but I don’t know why I don’t do what it takes to make it happen. What the heck is wrong with me? How do I get that focus and discipline now that I am out of such an oppressive and damaging marriage?
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Listening in the Third Way, Kimberly Dinsdale

What is interesting is listening in this third way can be one the biggest challenges I face. Not only as a coach, but also as a mom, as a wife and as a friend.
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Listening to Clients, Colleagues and the Holy Spirit

Three coaches are walking down the street. The first one says, “Windy, isn’t it?” The second one says, “No, it’s Thursday!” The third coach one says, “So am I. Let’s go to Starbucks.”
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What are Women Lacking in the Area of Communication, by Kimberly Dinsdale

Could it be this lack of authenticity leads to lack of accountability? Which may then lead to women becoming lost and isolated, craving relationships they have no idea how to create or ask for. I continue to hear women say they want to connect on a deeper, more personal level, yet they lack the skills and haven’t had those types of relationships modeled for them.
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36-24-36 and the Phases of Faith, by Kimberly Dinsdale

“Spiritual formation is a process of being conformed to the image of Christ for the sake of others.” I am relieved and grateful that spiritual formation is a process and in fact, the process is a journey, one that we are on for our entire life here on earth. Part of this journey is living with the knowledge and fully understanding that there is a tension between the choice of living in the flesh or living fully in Christ.
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