Everybody deserves to be seen and heard. Master Certified Coaches make up a small community of professionals who are exceptional at seeing and hearing others. Through this podcast we invite you to see and hear us.
"Friends will be on the phone and say 'I'm so sorry. Are you still there? Is my phone working?' 'Yeah, I'm listening to you. You're one of my favorite people in the world and you're telling me something important. I'm so glad I get to witness this.' There's no need for me to say anything."
— Melanie Perry
"What does it mean to me to belong? How do I know on a cellular level that I belong in certain spaces and places? And that I don't belong in other spaces? What I've come to is it's being able to see myself in the other people: it's being able to see bits and pieces of my own story, my own journey, my own struggles, my own wins, my own hardships, my own accomplishments."
— Emily Golden
"Every painter has got the same colors at their disposal. But the way they blend the colors to create their own art makes them unique. And the same is for the master coach. We all have the same competencies at our disposal, but how we blend them to be with our clients and to work with our clients makes unique art of coaching."
— Giuseppe Totino
"I talk to a lot of clients about using their values to guide their decisions and their thinking and their actions. That forces me to look at 'Where am I using my values to guide my decision-making in my thinking? And where am I living in integrity with my values and not?'"
— Bill Pullen
"What I love about coaching is that it is about 'imperfect'. It's about, 'What are we going to learn from this thing where it didn't go so well?' You didn't like how that went? Okay, there's another choice out there. There's another right answer. That's a space that has really transformed me."
— Sandi Stewart
"When I'm first working with a client, there's a period where they're getting to know me. And I think the more that I'm truly authentic, and I use direct communication, and I do say what no one else would dare say, they recognize that they can trust me: I'm not holding any punches."
— Wendy Preyssler
What a gift to hear the wisdom of others.
I love Gideon’s questions and the real conversation that emerges with each master coach. As a coach I am inspired to keep growing and developing as a coach.
I love the inquiry
Gideon has a slow pace and deep questions. I appreciate his style as he invites masterful coaches to explore below the surface.