I am ready to find a coach to help me mine my talents to find the diamonds that I've misplaced in all my acres.What should I look for in someone to help me focus my intention? I would like feedback…Continue
How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
I heard about Dan while listening to Dave Ramsey.
My goal is to help people incorporate health and fitness into their lives.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
IntensityForLife.com is dedicated to inspiring and empowering people to lead active lives.
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
To change the general definition of fitness. It isn't about going to the gym two to five times per week so you don't feel guilty while watching TV. Fitness is about challenging your body in a controlled way so you can experience life. Wouldn't you rather be the one telling stories about what you did over the weekend, rather than listening to others and wishing it was you?
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
I am currently training for my first point-to-point mountain bike race, which will be a mental and physical challenge. Long-term, I am focusing on strengthening my body so I can stay active and adventurous as I age.
What would you say are your strongest talents? How are you 'wired' and what can you offer to the world (it's OK if you don't know yet, but knowing is key to pursuing your dreams!)?
I love digging in to challenges. Learning how people think allows me to relate to their perspective. I enjoy getting to know how someone is approaching a challenge and looking for ways to empower them to overcome the challenge.
Sometimes you read a post that makes you wonder, “Where is the hidden microphone in my house?” Kevin Miller wrote such a post(Is Enjoying Your Work Optional), and it brought tears to my eyes: Read More
Yes, absolutely it's still going, but it's still young... Feel free to jump in and get involved with the discussions. I'm honored that you've joined... Now let's come alive together and change a broken world!
Thanks Jake! It's nice to see Wisconsin well represented here! My wife graduated from UW-Eau Claire and we lived in Menomonie for a couple of years when we were first married. Love that area! Looking forward to being part of the 48 Days Community!
Thanks for welcoming me to 48DAYS! I think I will have to look into some of the groups here, maybe The Music Studio or Speak It Forward.
When I say "the emerging culture," I'm referring to the unchristian/post-christian culture that's come out in the last 30 years or so. A lot of people refer to this as simply the post-modern, but I think it goes even deeper than that. This culture is centered around technology and consumerism, and both of those play big roles in the spiritual fabric of this generation. So, how does the church reach them? It's a big question and a big job. Hopefully, I would find a way to do this through either word or music. We'll see!
In regards to the pvc, sure just play with it and see if it works. For me dowel rods work best and the price is close to the same. As for the kits I hope to do something by beginning of summer. We'll see.
It's great to have you a part of the "I'm Livin' Golden" group! I know it will be a great place for you to find purpose, passion, and fulfillment.
If there's anything I can do to serve you, please let me know.
Also, take a moment to join in on the discussion, Overcoming Obstacles. I'd love to hear about some of the things you've conquered in on your journey so far. And if there's something you're facing right now, I'm sure we can give you some insight on how to push through it.
So glad you're with us in my 'Growing Coaches' group! I'm delighted to see you join the ranks of successful career coaches. Be sure to dive into the discussions and let us know your questions and greatest needs.
Also, if / when you want more in-depth guidance, you might also check out our professional coaches group within Free Agent Academy (www.FreeAgentAcademy.com).