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WHAT TO FEED YOUR GREMLIN

Posted on June 20th, 2022 by The DSWA

The most significant impact of coach school on me personally has been embracing the concept of the INNER CRITIC & SELF COACHING and how it can be VERY MUCH like Gizmo in the movie Gremlins—-it depends on what you feed it!!

Just like in the movie Gremlins there are some rules to take good care of ourselves and positively self-coaching the inner critic is, in my opinion, the most important rule to follow! This training and owning these skills will significantly impact your life. Enjoy the transformation!

Heart and Head Realigned

Posted on May 4th, 2022 by The DSWA

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society the honors the servant and has forgotten the gift” – Albert Einstein Over the years, I have participated in the DSWA Coach Excellence Schools a number of times and each time I learned and adopted…more

Compelling Questions to Ignite Growth: Alia Head’s Journey Through Coaching Certification

Posted on January 3rd, 2022 by The DSWA

As a National Sales Director, I have spent decades investing in the resources to grow my leadership, communication, and coaching skills. Completing the curriculum for DSWA Coaching Certification has elevated each of these skills, producing greater results in my personal business and for those I lead and coach. The proficiency process specifically supported this elevated…more

The Coach Between the Ears

Posted on October 14th, 2021 by The DSWA

I attended Coach Excellence School Express on a whim. My wife was attending and thought it might interest me. I was a recently promoted sales leader transitioning into my new role. I had leadership experience and had been a top-performing individual contributor, but the undertaking was daunting. The team was tenured, and some of the…more

Start And End Team Meetings On Time

Posted on November 11th, 2019 by The DSWA

Your team will keep coming back for more when you start your direct sales meetings on time and keep them fun with training themes.