Coaching is what you go looking for when you recognize that something in your life isn't working the way that you want it to and you can't figure out how to change that certain thing on your own.
Coaching can be about changing the known and it can be about exploring the unknown.
At the core of any personal change is the willingness to not believe what your history is trying to have you believe.
Coaching starts with two sets of variables: one, your current set of beliefs and skills about the thing you're wanting to change and two, the new set of beliefs and skills you'll need to get to where you want to go.
There's one person, one major concern, and usually only one point-of-view as to what is going on. Though there may be input from an external source motivating the desire for change.
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Not for the faint of heart. There are at least two points-of-view and at least two understandings of the concern. There is usually a disagreement about the values and actions around the central concern. Creating a third narrative that both parties can intellectually align with is the primary objective.
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Dojo is not the “truth” about anything, especially about what it is to be human. It’s one place to explore and practice one orientation to what it is to be human. Imagine that you are a student of one form of martial arts and this is your opportunity to see what another school is about.
Dojo is a make-believe place. Within Dojo, we put aside our normal understandings of what it is to be human and step into another way of being human.