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Welcome to our Life and Executive Coaching course. This is a leadership coaching tool that is packed full of timeless wisdom and useful insights. Life/Executive Coaching Course is the name of our free eBook, which is a compilation of the page links provided below. Use these timeless lessons your personal and professional development efforts.
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Leaders continually struggle to find exceptional tools that are effective at helping to grow their skill-set. Effective leadership coaching is a critical part of learning and personal development.
In response to this basic need, we've created an insightful free executive coaching course so leaders can learn some very important universal laws for self-improvement and leadership coaching. These are critical life lessons that help leaders know the correct steps to take when presented with difficult situations.
Our Life and Executive Coaching Course can be reviewed one section at a time by clicking on the links provided below, or just download our free ebook, which is a compilation of the entire group of lessons - it's available for immediate download at absolutely no cost.
The most effective leadership insights come from those who have experienced adversity in their lives and as a result have grown through the struggle of overcoming tough challenges.
The lessons presented in this leadership coaching eBook are inspired by great men and women throughout time who have eloquently shared their wisdom with the world. Their special quotes, inspiring stories and thought-provoking words of wisdom will soon become part of your leadership library of resources.
"The great thing in the world is not so much where we stand as in what direction we are moving."
- Oliver Wendell Holmes
When next confronted with a serious issue or obstacle, you will know how to properly respond to the situation and how to best process the information to ensure a more positive outcome.
You are encouraged to share this Life and Executive Coaching Course with your peers and subordinates. This is a personal development gift they will appreciate. Take your team on an important journey as you lead important discussions on how to learn from mistakes of the past, and thrive into the future..
Your team will see you as a true 'thinker', a pro-active leader with key insights who understands the need to continually read, learn and grow. By teaching your team the life lessons provided in this ebook, your credibility as a thoughtful leader will increase, and as a result your team’s commitment to you will solidify.
This leadership coaching tool is packed full of some of the most important life lessons ever taught. It provides powerful stories of men and women who have brought great wonders to society. It gives numerous examples of how the so-called disadvantaged have overcome tremendous adversity to triumph over their difficulties.
You’ll learn in our executive coaching course how regular people have seized common occasions and made themselves great examples of achievement. With higher expectations than that of the average person, you’ll see clearly why some succeed and others fail; why we each tend to get exactly what we expect out of life.
People who until now have felt badly handicapped or even crippled by their lack of education will find these pages to be great encouragement for moving forward and improving their lives.
My hope is that you will find inspiration, motivation and encouragement in every page of our Life and Executive Coaching Course. In fact, encouragement really is the keynote of this eBook. We aim to arouse your intellect and provide you with the “spur” that will elevate and awaken any dormant ambitions.
One key message you’ll find throughout this free Life and Executive Coaching Course is that our greatest leaders throughout history did not all possess above average abilities; they all did, however, demonstrate exceptional persistence and perseverance in the face of adversity.
The great leaders refuse to accept mediocrity; they push away ideas of “can’t” or “not able”. They embrace words like “I can”, “I will” and “I must”. Therefore, it should be no surprise to anyone that these are the same people who ultimately enjoy saying the words “I achieved”.
- Tom Coyota
So what exactly is this free Life and Executive Coaching Course?
Although we have created an individual page
for each Life and Executive Coaching Course chapter (listed
below), you can choose to download the free eBook that contains the full compilation of pages here.
Here is a quick list of all 27 chapters that you will receive in the Life and Executive Coaching Course:
» Chapter One - The Opportunity of Man
"Dont wait for your opportunity; make it!" - Marden
» Chapter Two - Born to "Disadvantage"
"Necessity is the priceless spur. Being broke is not as bad as being poor. Poor, is a state of mind."
» Chapter Three - An Iron Will
"Every man stamps his own value upon himself, and we are great or not according to our own will." - Samuel Smiles
» Chapter Four - Possibilities In Spare Moments
"Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that is the stuff life is made of." - Benjamin Franklin
» Chapter Five - What Career To Choose?
"Do noble things, not simply dream them all day long, and so make life, death, and forever, one grand sweet song." - Charles Kingsley
» Chapter Six - Concentrated Energy
"One unwavering aim is the answer. The longer I live, the more deeply I am convinced that what the difference in men - between the weak and the strong, the great and the insignificant, is focused energy and invincible determination. - Fowell Buxton.
» Chapter Seven - "On Time" - Success in Punctuality
"On the great clock of time, there is but one word - NOW."
» Chapter Eight - The Triumphs of Enthusiasm
"Every great and commanding movement in the history of the world is the triumph of enthusiasm. Nothing great was ever acheived without it." - Humphry Davy
» Chapter Nine - The Price of Success
"A constant struggle, a ceaseless battle to bring success from inhospitable surroundings, is the price of all great achievements" - Samuel F. B. Morse
» Chapter Ten - The Rewards of Accuracy
"If a man can write a better book, preach a better sermon, or make a better mouse trap than his neighbor, though he lives deep in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door." - Emerson
» Chapter Eleven - Life Is What We Make It
"From the same materials one builds palaces and another hovels; one rears a stately edifice, while his brother, vacillating and incompetent, lives forever amid ruins." - Henry Ward Beecher
» Chapter Twelve - The Self-Improvement Habit
"What sculpture is to a block of marble, education is to the human soul." - Addison
» Chapter Thirteen - The Importance of Little Things
"The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn." - Emerson
» Chapter Fourteen - Nerve & Grit! The Rewards of Persistence
"There is something grand and inspiring in a young person who fails squarely after doing his level best, and then enters the contest a second and a third time with undaunted courage and re-doubled effort."
» Chapter Fifteen - Observation as a Success Factor
"An exhaustive observation is an element of all great success. There is no position in life where a trained eye cannot be made a great success asset." - Herbert Spencer
» Chapter Sixteen - The Curse of Worry
"Work kills no one, but worry has killed vast multitudes." - Marden
» Chapter Seventeen - The Victory in Defeat
"What is defeat? Nothing but education; nothing but the first steps to something better." - Wendall Phillips
» Chapter Eighteen - Breaking Bad Habits
"Man's life work is either a masterpiece or a botch, according as each little habit has been perfectly or carelessly formed." - O.S. Marden
» Chapter Nineteen - Decision Making
"A man must master his undertaking and not let it master him. He must have the power to decide instantly on which side he is going to make his mistakes." - P.D. Armour
» Chapter Twenty - Success Under Difficulties
"Little minds are tamed and subdued by misfortune; but great minds rise above them." - Washington Irving
» Chapter Twenty-One - Expect Great Things
"Why should we call ourselves men, unless it be to succeed in everything, everywhere?" - Mirabeau
» Chapter Twenty-Two - Pride in Thrift
"Beware of little extravagances; a small leak will sink a big ship." - Benjamin Franklin
» Chapter Twenty-Three - Reading to Ignite Ambition
"The great use in reading is for self-discovery." - Marden
» Chapter Twenty-Four - Choosing Success Over Failure
"Millions of youths fail in life because they fail to choose work they love. Work that lacks emotion amounts to nothing more than drudgery." - R.T. Gorham
» Chapter Twenty-Five - Enjoying a Long Life
"Don't let your heart grow cold, and you shall carry youth with you into the teens of your second century." - William Ewart Gladstone
» Chapter Twenty-Six - Rich Beyond Money
"He is richest who is content with the least, for contentment is the wealth of nature." - Socrates
» Chapter Twenty-Seven - Confidence in Solid Reserves
"It is the part of a wise man to learn today what he may need tomorrow, and not to venture all his eggs in one basket." - Cervantes
To get started, you can read each chapter in its entirety from the above links,or you can download the complete Life and Executive Coaching Course as a free eBook by following the instructions below.
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