Christian Life Coaching Bookstore

Posts Tagged ‘ Asking ’

How can you help missionaries value getting asked questions? by Michael Essenburg

Missionaries want to proclaim the good news of Jesus. So, they do evangelism, baptize and disciple believers, and preach during worship services. God uses these activities to build His kingdom. These activities tend to flow…
Read full article...



Dancing with the Lord, by Ginny Victory

Once on the dance floor, the instructor turns to me and presents the frame for our dance. He explains that I must both press in and lay back – rest – in his hold. It is the tension of this shape and my trust in him that allows us to communicate. The same is true with the Lord; it is in the drawing near to Him that He draws near to me. Then I know Him, His purposes and His ways.
Read full article...



Client Clincher, by Marcie Thomas

This is a guest post by Marcie Thomas, President of CoachingShift.com

What makes a good client clincher? In other words, how can you increase the odds of closing the sale in your favor…
Read full article...



The Internal Saboteur by Donna Astern

Every good salesman knows to ask for the sale. Ask your client to make a decision about her future, not a commitment to a plan, but a decision of power stating how it shall be.
Read full article...



Coaching Tip: A 3 Questions Debrief, by Keith Webb

The true value in coaching comes through reflecting and learning from what we do. Yet, many coaches miss valuable learning opportunities with their clients only debriefing what happened and what the client did. That’s a…
Read full article...



A Coach Approach to Disciple-Making by Cheryl Baker

Recently I have been asking Christian adults if they have any life goals and would they mind telling me what some of them are. This was not a test; it was just out of my…
Read full article...



The Conversation in Your Head

We’ve all listened and asked questions since we were toddlers. It’s just that most of us have never approached listening and asking as disciplines, to be systematically learned, practiced and refined. There are lots of…
Read full article...