When it comes to hiring the right coach – Buyer, Be Aware

I’m inspired to write this post today because there are so many “coaches” out there today – more than willing to dole out “advice” for a price.   Every day, I come across another coach, who is writing a blog, running a Facebook group, or hosting a Periscope talk… and they are giving out BAD business […]

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Stuck in the Briar Patch – Leading Through Personal Crisis

Last summer, I was hiking the south side of Saddleback Mountain on a trail that was a connector to a well traveled ATV/Snowmobile road so I could access one of my favorite fishing ponds.  Freighted down with my fly-rod, lunch box, back-pack, dog leash, and water bottle, I maneuvered carefully down a gravel path – […]

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The Sixth “C” of Confident Leaders

Last week I wrote a blog series “the Five C’s of Confident Leaders” – and I listed the five key elements that leaders must have to lead with confidence – Character, Control, Consistency, Credibility, and Capability.  I realized this morning as I was reading my copy of “Think and Grow Rich” by Napolean Hill (I […]

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The Five “C’s” of Confident Leaders – Part 5

Good Morning Trail Blazers!  Here we are to the final part of this five part series “The Five C’s of Confident Leaders.  To recap, the five C’s are essential elements that confident leaders have that makes people want to naturally follow their instruction, and they feel like they are in good hands in their presence.  […]

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The Five “C’s” of Confident Leaders – Part 4

Hey Trail Blazers – Hope you got out and had some adventures this weekend.  If you’ve been following along, you know that I’ve been posting a blog series “The Five C’s of Confident Leaders…. essentially – what makes a confident leader tick.  If this is your first time here, be sure to read up on […]

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The Five “C’s” of Confident Leaders – Part 3

On June 24th, The Blazing Trails Coaching Adventures meet-up group met out at Mackworth Island, in Falmouth Maine.  As we walked the 1.5 mile island trail, we talked about the qualities that define a confident leader, and I am sharing them with you this week.  Today, I am talking about the third “C” of Confident […]

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The Five “C’s” of Confident Leaders – Part 2

As I posted yesterday, for the next few days I am going to post about the “Five C’s of Confident Leaders.”  What does it mean to be a confident leader?  When I think of confident leaders, I think of someone who is free of self doubt.  However – we know we all have a nagging […]

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The Five “C’s” of Confident Leaders – Part 1

As I said in a previous post, last weekend I spent four days training to be a Registered Maine Guide.  The training was very thorough, and I am feeling more confident than ever that I have the skills, and now the training to proudly wear the red and green patch that designates me amongst the […]

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