May 26, 2020
Coaching goes way beyond just reaching out to someone
for help with our vision and goals. It can quite literally retrain
our brain, trigger feelings of connection and possibility, and show
us how to channel our emotions into fuel that leads to positive
results far greater than we can ever imagine. This week’s guest,
Dr. Marcia Reynolds, is a Master Certified Coach and president of
Covisioning LLC. Marcia is hired by organizations around the globe
and is a highly sought after speaker and behavioral scientist.
Marcia talks about her new book, Coach the Person, Not The
Problem, how a brief stint in jail led her to have the
confidence she has to show up fully as herself today, and some of
the most important things to know when searching out a career in
What You Will Hear in This
- ● Marcia ended up in jail at just 20 years old, and
although she served a short sentence, her cellmates and experience
taught her invaluable life lessons that made her who she is
- ● Marcia bonded with the other women in jail and
they helped her see her own potential to motivate and inspire
- ● The power of “I’ll Show You” is a strong one, and
a great coach can help a leader align their actions to gain
outcomes that mirror their passions.
- ● Marcia shares what she has learned about
coaching, and how even top leaders limit their success by
sabotaging themselves with fears and certain stories that keep them
- ● What people should know if they are interested in
becoming a coach, and what is a good coach.
- ● Why training is so important not only to get the
education but also stand out amongst the other coaches in the
market, and why certification is so important.