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Presented by Crafted Society, Masters of Craft highlights phenomenal human beings from fashion, art, business, sport, philanthropy, media, music and entertainment through one-on-one conversation focused on the journey of becoming a master of one's craft. Receive first hand knowledge, learn of real life sacrifices, courage and passion and above all, be inspired. Masters of Craft is hosted by Martin Johnston, the founder of Crafted Society and Grant Trahant, the founder of Causeartist.
 
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In episode 8 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Chris Gannett, President of EarBuds and Founder of CGR Ventures, on the future of digital media and how IP, music, and retail is about to go through an amazing transformation. Player-coach with the benefit of experience gained from 3 exits, 3 turnarounds and 1 category-defining pivot. In 2…
 
In episode 7 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Stefan Ytterborn, Founder & CEO at CAKE, on creating quiet and clean electric off-road performance bikes using a cross-scientific approach to sustainability. Stefan has a long background as entrepreneur, promoter, and strategist within contemporary and industrial design and communication, …
 
In episode 6 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Nancy Youssef, Chief Corporate Development Officer for Soles4Souls, on creating global entrepreneurs through an innovative nonprofit approach. Nancy Youssef currently serves as Chief Corporate Development Officer for Soles4Souls, a non-profit enterprise based in Nashville. Soles4Souls turn…
 
In episode 5 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Les Ferdinand, legendary footballer and Director of Football at Queens Park Rangers on his career journey and creating new pathways for diversity in management roles within the football community. Les is currently the only black technical director in English football. Les Ferdinand is a fo…
 
Coaching isn’t just for one-on-one client work; coaching skills are important for managers to utilize in salaried positions. Today’s episode shares the essential coaching skills for managers that can help you create workplace environments where people are more motivated, productive, and loyal to the overall success of the organization. Listen in to…
 
Want to know about the game-changing moves that can move your coaching business forward? This episode is all about the shifts life coaches can make that will help them to gain momentum in their coaching businesses. It’s time to spend less time feeling stuck around the business end of things, so that you can do more of what you love: coach your clie…
 
Want to broaden your coaching exercises for clients? For this podcast episode, I tapped graduates of the Courageous Living Coach Certification for their suggestions on favorite coaching exercises for clients. Listen in and consider which ones you’ll utilize as you work with your own clients. Listen in to the Craft of Coaching podcast on iTunes, Spo…
 
When supporting clients in the messy middle, it’s easy to make resistance and other stuck spaces into a “problem” that must be “fixed”--but that’s exactly the work that we need to avoid if we want to truly support our clients in finding the gold in the messy middle, to start powerfully moving forward. Listen in to the Craft of Coaching podcast on i…
 
Today on the podcast? We’re talking about the biggest mistakes coaches make that hold them back from feeling fulfilled in their coaching businesses. These mistakes aren’t intentional (of course) but it’s through becoming aware of these mistakes that coaches can course-correct and start feeling less stressed and more aligned, in their work. Listen i…
 
Feeling overwhelmed by all the moving parts of your coaching business is pretty common for new and emerging coaches! In this podcast episode, I’m walking you through a process for setting annual goals for your coaching business, and setting quarterly goals that feed those larger annual goals. Listen in to the Craft of Coaching podcast on iTunes, Sp…
 
In episode 4 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Robin Chadha(Chief Marketing Officer) & Lennert de Jong(Chief Commercial Officer) of citizenM on the future of hospitality. Robin Chadha has worked for a number of fashion and lifestyle companies, including Tommy Hilfiger Jeans and Mexx. The launch of a unique and creative food & drink exp…
 
In episode 3 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with Ben Branson, founder of Seedlip on creating the world’s first distilled non-alcoholic spirit. Seedlip is on a mission to change the way the world drinks with the highest quality non-alcoholic options. Ben launched Seedlip Spice 94 in London’s Selfridges on November 4th, 2015. His first han…
 
In episode 2 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with David Jones, leading sports presenter and host of Sky Sports Super Sunday and Monday Night Football on his journey to reach one of the pinnacles in his profession. David Jones is a leading sports presenter and host of Sky Sports biggest live football shows Super Sunday and Monday Night Foo…
 
In episode 1 of the Masters of Craft podcast, we speak with photojournalist Jimmy Nelson on his incredible life story and his passion for connecting with humanity through photography and humility. Jimmy Nelson is a photojournalist known for his portraits of tribal and indigenous peoples from around the world. His work as been spotlighted in the New…
 
Presented by Crafted Society, Masters of Craft highlights phenomenal human beings from fashion, art, business, sport, philanthropy, media, music and entertainment through one-on-one conversation focused on the journey of becoming a master of one's craft. Receive first hand knowledge, learn of real life sacrifices, courage and passion and above all,…
 
Have you always wanted to write a self-help book? If you’re a coach, what will you need to keep in mind in order to make that happen? Today I’m talking about my experience of being a life coach and author (my book, The Courage Habit, came out in 2018 and was named a “top book on habits” by BookRiot), and I’m laying out some of the essentials that y…
 
Everything is a Story, and our clients can shape their lives based on the internal Stories and narratives they hold--and choose to change. Today’s episode looks at the line between getting too reductive with coaching (“Just change your story and you change your life, that’s all!”) and a more nuanced look at identifying client stories and narratives…
 
Today I talk with Coach Valerie Tookes about the craft of health and wellness coaching. Specifically, we get into how we can help our clients break free from the diet industry paradigm, and choose health and wellness goals that are in alignment with who they truly are. Learn more and get bonus resources at https://TeamCLCC.com/begin…
 
If you’re a coach who is trying to get your business up and going while also managing the rest of your life (perhaps even still working a salaried job), managing your schedule is going to need some attention. In this podcast episode, I’m sharing how I approached managing my schedule when I was a new/beginning coach, and how you can implement some o…
 
What do coaching and intersectionality have to do with one another? A lot--because our clients are not just individuals showing up to the coaching session. Every client brings with them a host of intersections and ways that they interact with the wider world. As life coaches, we need to do our own work to recognize intersectional opportunities, so …
 
Here’s what I’m hearing about coaching during COVID : people either feel totally overwhelmed about taking on clients, or, people feel totally overwhelmed because they’ve got SO many clients who are in need of coaching. LinkedIn recently named Coaching one of the top jobs people are pivoting to during the pandemic...so here’s how I suggest you appro…
 
Continuing education and self-coaching for life coaches are critical to advancing your skill-set even after you’ve finished life coach school. Self-coaching is a process of being able to evaluate your own life’s strengths and weaknesses, set new intentions and goals, and start seeing progress--all while addressing the challenges that come up along …
 
What are the essential life coach skills that every coach needs? Often, coaches know that something powerful is happening in their sessions, but they don’t necessarily have the ability to define or describe what the skills are. In this episode, I’m breaking them down and describing each one--and this episode is a great refresher for coaches who kno…
 
Because coaches are empathetic, many struggle with knowing the line between care for clients, and crossing a line into care-taking. How can we practice more respectful client boundaries? When you try to control what’s happening in a session or save the client from any negative feelings, you end up care-taking, not caring. This podcast episode on re…
 
There’s a tendency in coaching for everyone to emphasize the problems and what’s not working. How can we integrate more fun, even if the problems are still there? Let’s start helping clients have more fun with these new ideas for energizing your coaching sessions. Learn more and get bonus resources at https://TeamCLCC.com/begin .…
 
People have confusion over what life coaching is. How is it different than therapy or counseling? On today’s episode, I’m getting into how to explain life coaching to someone, including how I suggest you handle coaching skeptics. Learn more and get bonus resources at https://TeamCLCC.com/begin .โดย Kate Swoboda
 
Okay, you’ve got your life coaching certification and finished life coach school--now what? It’s natural to feel overwhelmed by building your business and figuring out marketing as you step into your new career. This podcast episode breaks down the essential things to focus on when you’re figuring out what to do after you’ve got your life coach cer…
 
Most life coaches stay at their salaried jobs for awhile as they build their coaching businesses. So what do you tell your job, after becoming a coach? I’m breaking down that question in today’s episode, offering some different perspectives that might surprise you. Learn more and get bonuses at https://TeamCLCC.com/begin…
 
When coaches complete their life coach training, they often think about how they are going to coach other people--their clients. But what about self-coaching and working on yourself? Self-coaching is a process of using coaching tools in your own personal life to move your life forward. The more self-coaching you undertake, the better you’ll be able…
 
At some point in your coaching career, you’ll want to quit when things get tough--and here’s why you need to stay the course. Quitting when you’re frustrated deprives you--and the world--of your gifts as a coach. Here’s why you shouldn’t quit. Learn more about the Courageous Living Coach Certification at https://TeamCLCC.com…
 
Most coaching techniques involve avoiding, placating, or attacking the inner Critic--but you can give your clients something more. Let’s go beyond perpetuating self-abuse, and relate to the internal Critic, differently. In this episode, learn advanced techniques for helping clients to embrace the inner critic. Learn more about the Courageous Living…
 
In this episode, I’m talking to those coaches who know they feel intimidated by the idea of entrepreneurship: it’s time to focus your business priorities and be less busy. I’m offering easy, simple, implementable ideas for how to get focused (including the top three business priorities I suggest new coaches focus on). Learn more about the Courageou…
 
Helping clients take action starts with the power of the coaching relationship and the clarity that is gained from each session--and it extends to the practices that are happening in between sessions. Helping clients take action with practices that maximize what can happen in coaching is the focus of today’s episode. Learn more about the Courageous…
 
Here’s something important for every coach to know about themselves: are you adopting a growth mindset? If you’re not, it could keep you--and your clients--from moving forward in the was that you want to. There’s a special message in here, as well, for any coach who has felt discouraged lately around how her coaching practice is evolving! Learn mor…
 
Whether you’re just starting or you’re a seasoned coach, you need self-care practices just as your clients do. Self-care for life coaches encompasses a shift in mindset and some specific strategies that can bring more ease to your coaching practice. Other resources mentioned include the Coaching Blueprint digital marketing program, Dubsado, and my …
 
Some of the most common things you'll be helping clients with his how to step into greater visibility, find their voice, make an impact. In my interview with speaking coach Alexia Vernon, we talk about the essential questions for doing just that, and we also get into how feminism can be integrated into your client work. https://teamclcc.com/coach-c…
 
How can you be a life coach, if you still have your own life problems? Let's get into that and talk about building confidence as a coach, including how and when to ethically work out your own personal struggles without impacting your clients. Connect with Kate on Instagram (@katecourageous) Learn more about the Courageous Living Coach Certification…
 
Most people are only familiar with cognitive-behavioral coaching techniques, but in this episode I'm getting into how you can use somatic coaching in your coaching practice (including identifying when it's not a good idea to use somatic coaching with clients). Connect with Kate on Instagram (@katecourageous) Learn more about the Courageous Living C…
 
Sarah Silvas is a classic multi-potentialite: she's a coach, yoga instructor, restorative justice leader, artist, and more. Instead of thinking that she has to give up on one of these and "just focus," she weaves all of these elements into her practice. In today's interview, we talk about how to make being a multi-potentialite a functional part of …
 
Think that you're too introverted to become a coach? Lisa Chartrand would disagree. In this interview, I talk with Lisa about how she came to defy stereotypes about introverts and embrace being an introvert in her life and in her coaching business. Those who are introverted or who want to learn more practical skills for coaching introverts will wan…
 
I'm releasing a new book: The Gift of Coaching. It's all about the art of coaching, how we keep our eye on coaching as craft, and how to identify issues within the coaching industry that need correction. Connect with Kate on Instagram (@katecourageous) Learn more about the Courageous Living Coach Certification and access the free "Become a Coach" v…
 
In the coaching industry, there's a term that we're not a fan of: the "uncoachable" client. How do you help clients who are going through heavy client resistance, without labeling them "uncoachable"? That's what we're exploring in today's Craft of Coaching episode. Connect with Kate on Instagram (@katecourageous) Learn more about the Courageous Liv…
 
A listener wrote in to us to ask about how we might handle resistance in a group coaching setting. We're answering this question plus giving some context as we kick off season four of the Craft of Coaching podcast. Connect with Kate on Instagram (@katecourageous) Learn more about the Courageous Living Coach Certification and access the free "Become…
 
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