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Be Your Own Coach is filled with exercises and practices that you can use to coach yourself. In this section we will continue to offer you more practices to work with the ideas in the book.

If you happen to be a corporate coach, these practices will provide you with alternatives to use in coaching courses you may be teaching using our book. You may also use these practices with your in-house coaching clients.

If you are an independent professional coach, you can use these practices as a supplement to the ones offered in the book.








Coaching practice and questions related to the movie Chocolat.

Coaching Practice:
The young priest, Henri, says in his final sermon, “we can’t go around measuring our goodness by what we don’t do. We measure goodness by what we embrace, what we create, and who we include.”

This week, find yourself encouraging someone in new ways. What do you notice happens in your relationship with that person?

Make it a practice this next week to notice the good in people, to see them with fresh eyes. What does this open up for you?

What part of you is caught in a story that keeps you from feeling more alive (like many of the townspeople in “Chocolat”)? Who in your life can hold up the mirror of your own goodness for you to see? Spend some time with that person.





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