DSWA Blog

Developing a Coaching Style

Posted on March 5th, 2012 by Laurie Staiert

As a result of developing a “coaching style,” I became more aware of my communication style and have been working on passing that awareness onto the people in my region. With this new found awareness in communication styles and behavior, the roadblock resulting from personal differences are much more easily eliminated. Knowing how to communicate...more

Start Your Home Party Show On Time!

Posted on February 14th, 2012 by Deb Bixler

It is always important to start a home party presentation on time! Home Business Parties Prompt No one likes it when a planned event goes off late because of a few stragglers.There are some good reasons why a home party plan business should always start events on time and not wait for those who show...more

Putting Boundaries on Coaching

Posted on January 30th, 2012 by Gale Bates

DSWA Excellence Program As a graduate of the DSWA Coach Excellence program I can now put the initials CBC after my name as a WABC Certified Business Coach! I wrote this while in the DSWA program. The DSWA Coach Excellence program begins with a three day workshop. The three day initial class in Dallas was...more

Are You Stuck? When Does The Coach Get To Share?

Posted on January 2nd, 2012 by Grace Keohohou

When Can I Share? Sometimes as a coach, you may feel stuck.... I am writing this because I am stuck. I can’t find the “principle” that will let me move onto the right coaching path. The generic advice is always so straightforward: Don’t be autobiographical. Let the client talk. Your client matters. Find their sweet...more