Loving Your Clients

WHY LOVING YOUR CLIENTS IS THE #1 TRAIT OF A GOOD COACH A number of weeks back I posed the question: “What makes a good coach?” in my Coaching From a Three Principles Understanding group on Facebook. There were a lot of great answers. My personal answer to this question particularly intrigued Dan Levin. I said: “My current answer to this is simply LOVE. The more I’ve fallen in love with my clients, the deeper I’m finding the impact of my calls and the more Continue reading →

Monologue v Dialogue

My apprentice, Stuart Rawlins asked in one of our weekly coaching sessions what makes a conversation on social media a dialogue rather than a monologue. Stuart was really struggling with getting people to not only engage with his posts, but also in conversations and I pointed out that he was conversing as a monologue and that this did not encourage people to relate and comment. I pointed out that there are a number of ways to change this. As he found it an important distinction, Continue reading → Continue reading →


The fear of criticism or negative feedback is one of the things that I notice that seems to hold coaches back from being more visible on social media. However, there is a double dose of good news here. Do you need to be visible online? Firstly, you don’t need to be more visible on social media in order to create clients. Can it be helpful? Sure. I like spending time on social media, especially Facebook. As you may have noticed, however, there are plenty of Continue reading →


WHY DO I SUPPORT OTHER COACHES? I know I created a video explaining why I created my Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/coaching3ps/) for coaches but that is a few years old now. So, why is it that I continue to run this group? Well, there are a number of reasons. Firstly, and most importantly, learning about the 3 Principles of Mind, Thought and Consciousness deeply and personally impacted me. To date, they have been the single most useful and transformative thing I have ever learned about. I Continue reading →


Steve Chandler and I have worked together for many years. Not only has he been my coach but we’ve co-hosted programs for coaches in the past in London and many of you have been asking me if I will be hosting something with Steve for coaches again given that we didn’t do something in 2019. Well, I can announce that Steve and I are planning to put on a program for coaches later this year (full details TBC at a later date). Additionally, Steve sent Continue reading →


I heard this saying over and over again from my coach Steve Chandler and it made a lot of sense and yet I didn’t really implement it fully into my coaching business. For years I would share the logistics of my coaching packages with clients (it’s 12 sessions over 6 months. The sessions last 90 minutes and the cost is £x payable upfront). I would share client examples with them and explain what I had got from being coached but when I switched to just really coaching Continue reading →