What are Tolerations?
Tolerations are things you put up with that clutter your perception, distract you and drain your energy like a generator slowly losing its voltage. Tolerations vary situationally but show up in conditions looking like: Omnipresent Clutter: closets, drawers, desks, and minds.
What is the best coaching tool?
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- 2.1) 1) Wheel of Life.
- 2.2) 2) The Perfect Day.
- 2.3) 3) Reflection JOURNAL.
- 2.4) 3) Big Rocks.
- 2.5) 4) Spheres of Influence.
- 2.6) 5) The Personal ‘SWOT’ Coaching Tool.
- 2.7) 6) The 3 C’s Method.
- 2.8) 7) Communication Tools.
What tools do life coaches use?
12 Different Types of Life Coaching Tools and Exercises (with Examples)
- Powerful Discovery Questions.
- An Inquiry or Journaling Prompt.
- A Sequence of Questions (that Walk your Clients through a Learning Process)
- Powerful Lists!
- A Visual or Get Your Clients Drawing!
- A Reframe.
- Stories and Metaphor.
What are coaching tools?
What is a Coaching Tool? Coaching Tools are power tools for your coaching toolbox: they boost your confidence and help your clients and business grow—faster. They are inspiring worksheets and exercises that help people learn about themselves and make change in their lives.
What does toleration mean in history?
1a : the act or practice of tolerating something. b : a government policy of permitting forms of religious belief and worship not officially established.
What are some coaching techniques?
10 Coaching Techniques All Managers Need
- Listening. The most important skill to effective coaching is the ability to listen to others.
- Asking open-ended questions.
- Making good use of time.
- Establishing teams.
- Emotional Intelligence.
- Setting SMART goals.
What are examples of tolerance?
Tolerance is being patient, understanding and accepting of anything different. An example of tolerance is Muslims, Christians and Athiests being friends. The ability of an organism to resist or survive infection by a parasitic or pathogenic organism.
What are 4 coaching styles?
There are four different types of coaching styles:
- Direct. The direct style has high assertiveness and low expressiveness.
- Spirited. The spirited style has high assertiveness and high expressiveness.
- Considerate. Considerate style coaches have low assertiveness and high expressiveness.
Can a coach help you with your tolerations?
A coach and/or therapist can help you reduce the causes of your tolerations. We also tolerate because the friction we get often stimulates us, much like the grain of sand in the oyster irritates the membranes to produce a substance that eventually turns into a beautiful pearl.
Which is the best coaching tool for energy?
“Energy Zappers” or “Tolerations” Coaching Tool (Free). These are simple, powerful “list” tools that help clients identify literally what’s zapping their energy or what they are tolerating. Coach them around eliminating these energy sucks and freeing up more energy for their goals and life.
How to use a jar as a coaching tool?
The story and concept comes first and then a jar with “Big Rocks” is used as a visual to help them prioritise their activities and cement the learning. You coach them around identifying, learning to prioritise and action the “Big Rocks” first, and then to put their metaphorical pebbles and sand in AFTERwards.
What kind of costs are associated with toleration?
Tolerations are expensive. When you are tolerating you incur two types of cost. The first type is called immediate costs, such as discomfort, emotional reactions, loss of energy, down-ness, friction, effort, etc. The second type is called opportunity costs.