Jeanie Honey is an experienced social worker and founder of the highly regarded TEDxExeter event. She’s had an interesting and diverse life involving growing up in a variety of countries with a pioneering family, and has done social work, child protection and writing. Jeanie is deeply inspired to share the principles behind clarity as widely as possible, and she’s now taking on coaching clients, as well as embarking on ‘Transformational Travels’ where she’ll be meeting and working with a variety of different people. In this session (recorded during a module of the Certified Clarity Coach Training programme), I coach her in front of the group around direction and purpose; what to do and where to start. As you’ll hear when you listen to it, I pause regularly to explain to the group where I’m going, what I’m doing and why I’m doing it as I coach Jeanie.
Andreas Kullberg is a performance coach who’s been coaching for 13 years and working with groups for 10 years. He works with a diverse range of people, from athletes to businesses, and one of the interesting things about Andreas is that one of the things he’s most proud of is a programme called ”Mental Training for Parents” which helps parents to understand and see that from a place of clarity you can be the greatest parent you can be for your children.
Sue Lachman is a transformational coach, speaker and trainer who loves working with families and individuals who want to experience more peace, love and wellbeing in their lives. And one of the interesting things about Sue is that she specialises in helping Mums discover how to find the right balance between work and being a Parent.
Chip Chipman is one of the most experienced teachers of the inside-out understanding of the principles discovered and taught by Sydney Banks. His work ranges from corporate consulting through to pioneering work with inmates in jails. And one of the interesting things about Chip is that he’s one of the people who’s had a massive impact on me personally over the years.
Michael Neill is the author of numerous bestselling books, and is one of the people who’s made a huge difference in getting the principles behind clarity out into the world in a big way. And one of the interesting things about Michael is that he was the first person to really get my attention with these principles when I hired him to coach me way back in 2008.
Juan Quesada is an executive coach and facilitator who runs powerful retreats sharing the principles behind clarity with individuals and organisations. And one of the interesting things is that last time I interviewed Juan, he was about to hand in his notice at his job as an account executive for the company SAP. Even then, he was earning more as a coach than he was in his role as an account executive.
Dr Mark Howard is a licensed psychologist and a very experienced therapist, teacher, and trainer of trainers. Mark is one of the pioneers who first brought the principles behind clarity into the field of psychology. And one of the interesting things about Mark is that he spearheaded bringing these principles to Santa Clara County’s Department of Alcohol and Drug Services.
Liz Scott is a coach and trainer who works with a wide variety of individuals and organisations, ranging from police forces to education authorities. She collaborates with schools and works directly with children, teachers and head-teachers. And one of the interesting things about Liz is that she worked as a reporter and producer for the BBC for 12 years..
Jamie Smart is a Sunday Times bestselling author, speaker and executive coach. His other books include CLARITY, The Little Book of Clarity and his latest book RESULTS: Think Less, Achieve More. In this episode, Jamie reads part one of his book for transformation professionals, Your Exponential Practice Scorecard: The 10 Multipliers Growing or Slowing Your Professional Practice. The book’s purpose is to help you identify your sticking points, leverage points and quick wins for taking your grounding, impact and practice to a new level. It’s a quick read with a powerful effect, and you can get it for free at www.JamieSmart.com/scorecard .
For this episode we’re doing something different. This is a recording of an interview I did with my dear friend and colleague Garret Kramer, six years ago. Both he and I have continued growing and evolving since we recorded this, but there’s still plenty of gold in here. Garret Kramer is a coach, trainer and the founder of Inner Sports. He has provided consulting and/or crisis management services to hundreds of athletes and coaches; from well known professionals, Olympians, and teams, to high school and collegiate players across a multitude of sports. A former collegiate ice hockey player, Garret is credited with bringing the inside-out understanding to the athletic community at large. And one of the interesting things about Garret is he’s the author of two books, Stillpower: The Inner Source of Athletic Excellence, and The Path of No Resistance: Why Overcoming is Simpler than You Think.