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Design Your Life – Coaching for New Choices

Radio Interviews of Certified Coaches with host Patricia Hirsch, MCC

Carol Courcy, MCC

Posted by Kelly Johnson on March 27, 2012
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March 27, 2012
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

TOPIC:
Everything Doesn’t Have to Change for Everything to Change!

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GUEST:
Carol Courcy, MCC

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Carol Courcy
Patricia Hirsch interviews Carol Courcy, MCC, on Emotional Agility. Because Carol’s work is intertwined with her lifelong personal journey of learning and self-discovery, her endeavors are rooted in a place of personal meaning and emotional connection. At its core, her work is true compassion for the life struggles of others, particularly for caring self-sacrificing overachievers like herself who know well exhaustion and disillusionment. She believes today’s business cultures and family dynamics all benefit when we move from feelings of discontent and stress to those of satisfaction and dignity. Carol truly believes her students and clients have the capacity to change. However missing for many is a new way to dissolve old issues or problems. She teaches a bit of the new brain science along with trusting our inner wisdom. With a good dose or humor and irreverence she gives ideas and practices. Participants simply have to have the desire to start and take advantage of what they learn.

BIO:
Carol Courcy is a Master Certified Coach serving clients worldwide for 20 years. But, 15 years ago, in spite of outward success, Carol had become an habitual self-sacrificing overachiever. Like kudzu, resentment had take up residence in her emotional landscape. She was angry with her bosses for not giving her what she felt she deserved. Though painful, when Carol’s “Aha!” moment arrived, she said a compassionate “Hello!” to her wise inner tortoise. Missing she discovered was the “emotional agility” to leave anger for satisfaction. Burning herself out had diminished her joy and put at risk what she treasured. Carol launched a plan to stop overdoing and sacrificing her well-being. Carol shares her journey in “SAVE YOUR INNER TORTOISE—Learn how to cross the finish line joyful and satisfied”. You will find dozens of simple yet powerful practices for increasing your emotional agility. Also from Carol and her clients are touching stories and fantastic ideas for saving your inner tortoise.

CONTACT:
www.saveyourinnertortoise.com
carol@saveyourinnertortoise.com

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Sara Arbel, MCC

Posted by Kelly Johnson on March 20, 2012
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20 March 2012
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

Coaching & Mastermind program - Sara Arbel

 

TOPIC:
“Living life from Wisdom VS Knowledge: Letting our own light shine for others to follow is Leadership”

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GUEST:
Sara Arbel, MCC

SHOWSara Arbel DESCRIPTION:
Sara Arbel, MCC, loves the word Choice. It represents freedom, independence, autonomy, love, progress & truthfulness. When my husband died I was 39 & a mother of 3. Walking out of the hospital door my soul asked me, You have a choice, will you let go of moving on with your life or design your life within a new reality? As I saw the door open I knew the choice. My answer was TO DESIGN A LIFE. That split-second followed me for years & I keep choosing life. I have designed a life oriented around coaching individuals to design their lives, careers, relationships & make their own choices. When my eldest son died, I felt defeated by horrible pain & sorrow of terrible emptiness in my soul. My soul jumped at me again with the question-Are you choosing life? Since I have negotiated & have made a contract with myself renewed every day over & over again. It is the way we relate to what happens to us that designs our character & that is a great asset to our clients.

BIO:
Sara Arbel MCC, from Tel–Aviv, Israel, has 30 yrs exp. with leadership driven individuals and organizations, is founder of the coaching profession and founding Israel ICF President, plus faculty leader at CoachU. Coaching as a career is rewarding, exceptional and an exciting model for personal change and transformation. She brings enthusiasm and experience to the industry. With a heart bursting with pride she coaches clients, with the strong will to grow and evolve, fulfill their mission. She says the measure of success is our passion to leave a mark. Who We Are and Who We are Becoming is a process of achieving that goal and where all is possible for building a well-balanced life, strong lasting career and business foundation. The world today moves quickly and we are measured by our ability to be the leaders of change. Sara coaches in Microsoft, Intel, Medical (Kamada, Novo Nordisk) & Tele-comm (Orange) industries, law firms, Tel-Aviv University, Weizmann Institute of Science, et al.

Knowledge is no longer our asset, personality IS.

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Keith Miller, PCC

Posted by Kelly Johnson on March 13, 2012
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March 13, 2012
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

TOPIC:
Outwitting my Devil and Becoming my True Self; Whole, Perfect and Complete

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GUEST:
Keith Miller, PCC, PNLP, ELI-MP

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Keith Miller
Join a robust conversation and learn how to utilize the technology that allows you to step towards your true self; Whole, Perfect and Complete. Patricia Hirsch interviews Keith Miller, PCC, PNLP, ELI-MP, who asks how many times do we tell ourselves…“This is who I am; I am my painful past, it defines who I am, I feel defective, this is my lot in life so I will just make the best of it?” The truth is, we can choose differently, we do not have to become the meanings we made from our past and painful experiences. Life and Energy, like magnets have a positive and negative charge; and each provide different experiences of life. Join Patricia and Keith as they explore the journey to our bigger self and learn the steps you can take to make quick and profound shifts in your life.

BIO:
“What if everything that is happening and has happened to you is unfolding in your best interest, writing your success story?” Keith Miller

Keith Miller is a Certified iPEC Energy Leadership Coach and Lead Trainer for iPEC Coaching. Keith’s private clients attain “More Joy and less Pain” in his West Hollywood, CA office, he facilitates others in becoming their “Best and Biggest Self.” Keith specializes in Leadership and Grief Coaching. Keith has experienced 40 years of expanding his consciousness, 25 years of business ownership, 5 years of being President of ICF Los Angeles, 2 years being President of Toastmasters, and holds certification in Mediation. Keith knows that Coaching is highly effective for individuals, businesses and humanity. Keith has firsthand experience going from the darkness to the light of life and his clients find him highly “relatable.” Keith and his clients truly enjoy Coaching and the sustainable successes that come to fruition.

CONTACT:
www.KeithMillerCoaching.com
9021 Melrose Ave, Suite 306, LA, CA. 90069
Keith@KeithMillerCoaching.com

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Jill Van Note, PCC

Posted by Kelly Johnson on March 6, 2012
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March 6, 2012
Hosted by Patricia Hirsch, MCC, MBA

TOPIC:
The Body as a Domain of Learning: How’s that Habit working for you?

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GUEST:
Jill Van Note, PCC

SHOW DESCRIPTION:
Jill Van Note
Jill Van Note shares insights on the body as a domain of learning. She says we all have habits. Sometimes our habits serve us and our goals and sometimes they don’t. E.g., speaking at a breakneck speed might be really useful if you are an auctioneer at Christie’s or a trader on the floor of the New York Stock exchange, but not so useful if you are attempting to communicate some constructive feedback to a direct report. Another useful habit might be to make yourself as small as possible to avoid a lioness’ protective charge, but maybe not the best physical shape to take if your objective is to rally your project team. Our habits show up in the way we move, feel, think and speak. What habits are you currently practicing? Are you having the impact and influence you want to have? If not, a first step to effective change may be to simply pay close attention while you do that thing that you do. Join us for an engaging conversation about habits, choice and change.

BIO:
Jill Van Note, PCC is an executive and personal coach based in New York City. She holds coaching certifications from the International Coach Federation and Newfield Network, and coaches globally in a variety of industries including strategic consulting, government, financial services, media, publishing, arts/entertainment and the non-profit sector. Jill believes that we are what we practice, and what we practice has everything to do with our impact and influence as contributors, collaborators and leaders. She works closely with her clients to discover and develop a congruency of language, emotion and physical presence to support the individual’s coaching objectives. Jill brings to her coaching a broad range of experience as a professional stage actor, workshop facilitator, corporate trainer, and authorized teacher of the Feldenkrais Awareness through Movement® Somatic Method. Jill also serves as a mentor coach for Newfield Network.

CONTACT:
jvn@nyc.rr.com
212-874-1628

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