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eBook The PORTABLE COACH: 28 Sure-Fire Strategies for Business and Personal Success ePub

by Byron Laursen,Jesse Boggs,Thomas J. Leonard

  • ISBN: 067158216X
  • Category: Business Culture
  • Subcategory: Perfomance and Work
  • Author: Byron Laursen,Jesse Boggs,Thomas J. Leonard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio; Abridged edition (August 1, 1998)
  • ePub book: 1908 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1806 kb
  • Other: lit mobi mbr doc
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 610

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Thomas J. Leonard is the father of personal coaching, an explosively growing movement highlighted by recent features .

Thomas J. Leonard is the father of personal coaching, an explosively growing movement highlighted by recent features in Newsweek,The Wall Street Journal,The New York Times,The London Times,New Age Journal, and featured on NBC, CBS, and CNN. He is also the founder of Coach University, a virtual university that has trained thousands of personal coaches in thirty countries

Thomas J. Leonard (Author), Byron Laursen (), Jesse Boggs (Narrator) . Leonard (Author), Byron Laursen (), Jesse Boggs (Narrator), Simon & Schuster Audio (Publisher) & 1 more. I have a copy of The Portable Coach I have read over and over again, highlighting meaningful passages at the time. The Portable Coach is a good supplement because it asks better questions. Leonard, Byron Laursen. Simon and Schuster, 6 Ağu 1998 - 336 sayfa. Thomas J. Leonard is the father of personal coaching, an explosively growing movement highlighted by recent features inNewsweek,The Wall Street Journal,The New York Times,The London Times,New Age Journal,and featured on NBC, CBS, and CNN. He is also the founder of Coach University, a virtual university that has trained thousands of personal coaches in thirty countries.

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Items related to The PORTABLE COACH: 28 Sure-Fire Strategies for Business. Leonard; Byron Laursen The PORTABLE COACH: 28 Sure-Fire Strategies for Business and Personal Success. ISBN 13: 9780671582166. Or you could read this book by Thomas Leonard, the "father of personal coaching" and founder of Coach U, a virtual university that trains coaches from 30 countries. Leonard is regarded as the coach's coach, helping numerous individual and corporate clients become extraordinary since opening the world's first personal coaching practice in 1982.

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Thomas Leonard was a financial adviser turned business Coach. He had a gift for understanding people and what makes them tick. He understood how to "Attract" reassure and validate them. Each time I read or re-read the book I find myself in awe of his wisdom

Thomas Leonard was a financial adviser turned business Coach. Each time I read or re-read the book I find myself in awe of his wisdom.

Twenty-Eight Sure-Fire Strategies for Business and Personal Success. The Portable Coach is the closest possible thing to having the inventor of the personal coaching movement in your corner. By Thomas J. Leonard. Read by Jesse Boggs, With Byron Laursen.

The Portable Coach This book set a high standard for the personal coaching field, drew great .

Scribner’s was eager to have this book written, and a co-author had already been chosen before I came onto the project. Which I didn’t know at the time I was asked to interview with Leonard. He came away from our meeting with the opinion that I was the guy he wanted. Leonard has been called the Vince Lombardi of the Personal Coaching movement. He was also quite a fountain of ideas.

The Portable Coach book. As the personal coaching movement booms, the father of the hottest self-improvement trends in the past decade-whose work has been featured in publications from Newsweek to New Age Journal-presents his internationally renowned program for life success.

Thomas J. Leonard is the father of personal coaching, an explosively growing movement, as well as the founder of Coach University, a virtual university that has trained thousands of personal coaches in thirty countries.

Now, in The Portable Coach, Leonard presents his 28-step Principles of Attraction program -- an exciting, profoundly transformational system that will reorient your approach to life and help you attract success, happiness, and fulfillment as surely as a magnet draws steel. Originally developed for the professional coaches at Coach University, Leonard's set of strategies draws on wisdom from psychology, career counseling, management consulting, personal growth programs, motivational training, and good old common sense. By employing the strategies in The Portable Coach you will:

Discover What Matters Most to You Stop Chasing Success and Let it Find You Get that Promotion You Deserve Clean Up Your Personal Finances Organize Your Life

The Portable Coach is the closest possible thing to having the inventor of the personal coaching movement in your corner. A vigorous, highly encouraging blueprint for success, this audiobook will teach you a lively new way of honoring yourself and remaking the world on your own terms!

Copyright © 1998 by Thomas J. Leonard. Performance copyright 1998, Simon & Schuster, Inc. All rights reserved.

Comments

Lianeni Lianeni
Thomas Leonard is renowned for his work in the early days of the “coaching field”. His book on living a full life without struggle and angst is a good one. Unfortunately for me, all the checklists and the self-scored assessments worked against the premise of the book. The content is excellent....so maybe it was just me. But, definitely a book to read.
Marirne Marirne
I have a copy of The Portable Coach I have read over and over again, highlighting meaningful passages at the time. I bough this copy for a friend who is taking his company through the evolution from a $250 million company to a $1 billion company over the coming three years. He has a business coach guiding him through the levels of thinking that a $1 billion company owner thinks. The Portable Coach is a good supplement because it asks better questions.
Ballagar Ballagar
Leonard shares wonderful insights into how to live a self aware and fulfilling life. The layout is systematic and there is great depth and application tools with nearly every section. The book reads a little bit like an encyclopedia. He tells the reader in the beginning not to expect it to read like most other books but to take it one section at a time, in order or out of order, as you need it. But even with that warning I feel like I'd have preferred a little better "flow" to the book. Overall I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in living a more satisfying life.
Bulace Bulace
I've probably bought about 100 books in the self-improvement category in the last fifteen years. About ten of those books are ones that really changed my thinking and my life. This book is one of the ten.
The premise of this book is that success is a byproduct of your growth as a person. That by focusing on your physical, emotional, and spiritual health, you naturally become more attractive to yourself and others. And by being attractive, you naturally PULL success to you. However "impractical" this may sound, it really works. I seen it work in my own life and in the lives of others.
This is a very different approach to success if you believe that you have to fight and scrape to succeed. I used to feel success was a constant zero-sum battle and my success came at a great cost to my health, relationships, and peace of mind. In all honesty, the approach described in this book, not only works, but it works better than the old "success at any cost" philosophy. It does require some willingness to suspend judgement and try some things that feel uncomfortable but for me, it's been worth it.
The book also suggests plenty of practical steps you can do immediately to begin seeing results. Also check out related tools at Thomas Leonard's website. There's a lot of great stuff there.
Stan Stan
I continue to get great motivation from this book. Whether you are christian or not, (I am) this book not only helps by motivating me to respect my needs, wants, and welfare for my life, but also to do the same for others. At first, you would think it just promotes selfishness, but that's not actually what is being suggested. It is jam packed with great advice to better your life on multiple levels (financial, business, personal, limitless possibilities), but doesn't leave it at that. Helping others & lifting them up is also promoted in this book. A must read! You will go back to it again & again. I like to just read a page or two, and then go out trying to apply it during my day.
Bearus Bearus
I've read dozens of these books over the years, and I liked the approach to fulfillment as something other than just material. All help-yourself books have a certain amount of fluff. I especially liked that Leonard encourages people to see their strengths in their weaknesses, and seemed far from the get-rich/abundance books out there in that he encourages the reader to think about what s/he really would find fulfilling in life regardless of whether it makes you a financial success or not.
Dammy Dammy
I really enjoyed this book and found the quizzes very useful for determining what I should be focusing on improving
Excellent advice, insight, and concepts to challenge and reward your thinking. Outstanding read.