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The Book of Coaching: For Extraordinary Coaches

Narrated by: Jack Nolan
Length: 4 hrs and 44 mins
4 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

This book is for you....

The coach who has so much to give, you wake up thinking about how to contribute more.

The coach who wants to make a difference in the world and build an abundant life and business in the process.

The coach who wants to be more than good....

More than great....

This book is for the coach who wants to be truly extraordinary.

This is not just a technical manual or a motivational manifesto. This is not a book with vague theories and philosophies. It's a practical, actionable guide you can come back to again and again. It includes specific structures, techniques, and tools you can consistently use to establish your reputation as an extraordinary coach and create a highly successful coaching practice.

The Book of Coaching will show you how to:

  • Become an extraordinary coach using the exclusive, results-driven, three-phase approach - You, Your Methodology, and Your Business.
  • Create a thriving, profitable coaching business even if you're a brand new coach.
  • Implement simple but powerful personal and business strategies to get unstuck, crush fear, and consistently deliver transformational results for your clients.
  • Maximize your innate genius as a coach and get clear on your long-term vision so you can rapidly grow a successful, abundant coaching business that lights you up.
  • Use powerful tools and methodologies that will elevate your coaching skills, and establish your expertise and reputation as an extraordinary coach....
  • ...and so much more!
©2017 Mindvalley (P)2018 Ajit Nawalkha

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  • adelaide
  • 29-05-2019

What is the purpose of this book

I found that this book was more a self help book than on how to coach. Maybe just my expectations

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Basic

A lot of time spent on random advice such as drinking bulletproof coffee (not for me, thanks), a fair bit of peptalk, and very little on actual coaching.

I did like the emphasis on being fully present when coaching, and trusting that good coaching would flow from that.

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  • FREEMAN
  • 08-07-2019

Great book. Definitely recommend for all.

Great story, kept me interested. The narrator was boring at first however the content was worth listening for.

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  • Top Gun
  • 05-02-2019

Amazing

Super cool, useful information that easily plays well in the realms of power and influence

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  • Brandon
  • 04-12-2018

Great read!

Overall a great book on coaching. I would like to hear more case studies within the book.

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  • Paco
  • 12-08-2018

Ajit and Neeta crystallized Coaching into Diamonds

It’s not new Coaching became a fancy trending topic. And it’s ok but when it comes to structure it in a way to bring value to clients and to coaches that’s when the big wall gets in front. This book will help you feel less stressed, less lost, get focus and get all the necessary tools to overcome that and other walls but also sets the stage for where you can find spaces of development for additional expansion and get extraordinary results

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  • Erik Salmon
  • 10-08-2018

Good coaching biz start and growing book.

this is a good book to help get you started and to help you understand where you are and how to grow your coaching biz.

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  • Mario Huerta
  • 09-04-2018

Just a mashup or remake of other coaching books

If it were a want my money back coin I will use it on this one.

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  • Mrs. C
  • 05-01-2019

No details, too much fluff

A table of contents and labeled chapters are needed in a audiobook. Not enough "what to do" more of a spiritual find yourself book.

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  • PDale
  • 19-10-2018

Bad language doesn’t make someone tough or intelligent

There are no answers in this tired book. The writer(s) play around with coaching and business issues but their use of the “f” word only adds poor style to their poor content.

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  • salman
  • 12-05-2019

Superficial but pragmatic

From an academic point of view this book is too superficial and doesn’t add much to existing knowledge if you are a regular reader of similar kind of subject matter. Nonetheless from a practical point of view this book covers all major pragmatic areas of interest without indulging into any unnecessary details. A nice listen for a weekend.

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  • kaz
  • 14-11-2018

Not extraordinary!

I managed to get to chapter 8, being honest I flipped a few half pages to get there! the reading technique the narrator uses seems very fake and insincere. There is far too much content on what everyone else is doing wrong, rather than getting straight to the point. The point being made about doing what you love, rather than focusing on the money side of the job is exhausted in the book. Again, I hoped it would just get right into techniques. Mabey I'll go back and flip more to see what it's got, til now, it's a no from me.

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  • Jens Lund
  • 26-10-2018

Waste of time

I have listened to tons of audiobook, but this I had to stop i chapter 5. It didn’t progress or said anything remotely profound or innovative. Simply just a long story about being true to ourself and everything will work out in the end. Maybe I missed the point or it speeds up with great tools later. I didn’t have the stamina.