Waffle Time check-ins

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  • #250558
     Sabrina Pratt
    Participant

    Hi Sabrina,

    Sorry this is a little late.  🙂
    A few things:
    1. I have been working on completion and pushing through “not dragging around baggage”, and it’s been quite effective when I find I’m ruminating over something.
    2.  My practice was to act within integrity to myself and I’ve been doing a really good job of it... I haven’t contacted Dane AT ALL (yay completion).  I have not ignored Harry but I have not reinforced any continued contact or made myself available to hang out, etc.  I’ve focused on only committing to activities outside of work that I truly want to do and not out of a sense of obligation.  It was hard to break the habit but I feel the practice is becoming a thing I just do now and it’s a lot easier.  Keeping on with this, work in progress.
    3. So…. I manifested my newest romantic interest this way.  Definitely have something brewing with Ducky that I do know is mutual.  We are going for hike as our first covid time meet up outside of video on Friday eve 🙂 (I’m honestly giddy excited over this!)
    4. My coaching request this week: I would love to have a conversation around how to be regarding covid-19.  I’m freakin’ out a bit. I’m so overwhelmed with frustration at what’s going on in our world at the moment that I feel paralyzed.  I know I can’t change the world.  But I also know I can find a different, more palatable way of being around this.  So I’d love to create something that feels more empowered and less like a sitting duck waiting for the next blow all the time.
    I have to get back to work, but that’s the short version!
    Cheers,
    Lesa
    #250169
     Nichole
    Participant

    You have to be in Brussels to get my favorite waffles.

    Lauren’s check-in:

    WEEKLY COACHING CHECK-IN SHEET 

    Name: Lauren Steely

    Date: 7/27

    Request for Coaching This Week: 

    I’d like to understand missed concepts in written exam so I can prepare for retake.

    I’d like to be coached so I walk away with an elevated understanding of the job of the coach and coachee. 

     

    Practices I completed:

    1. Get complete regarding the final exam. We recommend within 24 hours. 
    2. Required Viewing:  “Life is Beautiful.” 
    3. Invite a guest to join you (in person with you or virtually) for the Completion event on Saturday, September 12th (Time TBD). Choose someone whom you would like to acknowledge for supporting you during this program.
    4. Spend time with a child. Play their way. Notice your experience and limitations of joy. 
    5. Make a list of what you have been unwilling to shift this year (i.e. putting you in danger of “surviving” this program) and share it with your coach.

     

    Practices that are incomplete:

     

    1. Do and Be whatever it takes to have you and every person on the team have at least the number of clients they have declared by our graduation module. 
    2. Required Viewing: “Glengarry Glen Ross” 
    3. Required Reading: The Brink: How Great Leadership is Invented by Mark Hunter. Recommended reading: Leadership Agility: Five Levels of Mastery for Anticipating and Initiating Change by Stephen Josephs and William Joiner, and Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap… and Others Don’t by Jim Collins. 
    4. Create your pricing for business clients. Create at least a one-day workshop fee, a half-day workshop fee, a group fee, and a one-to-one fee for coaching executives. 
    5. Use the Managing Complex Change tool A) on one of your projects, and B) with one client. 
    6. Practice managing your internal and external conversations, such that they are in line with your commitments. This includes not gossiping and speaking only what you intend to create. 
    7. Notice how long you can tolerate your own greatness. How many days in a row can you be great? Expand that as a practice. 
    8. Answer the questions on the “Completion/Responsibility” handout regarding your participation in the CTP program. 
    9. Identify the Eagles, Turtles and Snakes in your life, as per the handout. 
    10. Notice that possibility disappears “like a candle in the wind.” Develop and use structures with your team and your clients to keep possibility alive over time. Notice when it goes away. Practice recreating it. 
    11. Post “The Problem with Being Me”. Notice where you are one and not the other. Practice expanding who you can be in these areas. 

     

    14.With your coach, review the evaluation of your oral exam (coaching sessions with guest clients). Do the work and get complete again. 

     

    1. Attend a discussion with your CTP team about the books and movies assigned. 
    2. Create, in writing, your commitment to how you want to complete your program. Notice your “automatic way” of doing completion. Choose and practice being responsible for when you are aligned with your commitment and when you are being automatic. 
    3. Do and Be whatever it takes to fulfill your team MoPA promise this month. 
    4. Create with your coach structures for fulfillment of all of your projects by the next training weekend and create new ones beyond the end of the program. 
    5. When you notice you are “off,” stop the action and clear/regroup/BUFCA/ or any intentional action to get back to being. 
    6. OPTIONAL: Create a structure that supports you in becoming a Program Coach in the LDP program. Also, complete and turn in the LDP application, if you have not done so already.

     

    Number of Clients 

    Pro Bono: 0

    Partial Pay: 0

    Full Pay: 0

     

    Coaching Hrs to Date:

    Pro Bono: 37

    Partial Pay: 0

    Full Pay: 0

    #250131

    Emory eating frozen ones on the floor next to the freezer door #summertreats.

    Don’s & Britt’s attached.

    #250092
     Juliana Sih
    Participant

    WEEKLY COACHING CHECK-IN SHEET

    Name: Bree Date: 7/27/20

    Request for Coaching This Week: Discussing the small excuses I make for things aka self-sabotage and ways to push past them. I already am AND I’d like to find some more tools to support me. 

    Go over Intended Results for the week

    Practices I completed: Got some pro bono clients. Walked every day except yesterday so I got exercise in. Talked to my brother about AC and need some support in that

    Practices that are incomplete

    Project #1: Get Into Action & Out of Debt:  

    What by When: I am out of debt and making at least $10,000 a month between both of my businesses by 12/31/20

    Next Project Milestone: 3 full-pay clients by 7/1/20

    Update/Progress this Week: 

    Practice Areas

    ~Note: Self-love isn’t conditional

    ~Use the Top 6 & acknowledge myself for what I do when I’m not feeling well

    ~Project design around money by August 1st.

    ~Exercised

    #249900
     Tiffany Turner
    Participant

    Ryan:

     

    Coaching request: Whats next? September is around the corner. What will I create?

    Money protect: have $5,000 in savings by end of year
    Next step: pay $2000 to AC

    Coaching project: 5,000 followers and 5 clients
    Next step: build Facebook profile for coaching.

    #249879
     Tiffany Turner
    Participant

    Nancy.

    There’s some regularity of Nancy bringing, “A breakthrough in…” as her coaching request.

    If you see something for Nancy in this pattern, please share. Other than the tendency for these “a breakthrough in…” requests being fixing, I’m not seeing what else to reflect there.

    #249869
     Jeff Miller
    Participant

    Favorite Waffle: Chocolate Chip

    Participant Check-in here or attached: Vicky

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