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How to Choose a Coaching Topic

You are the only person who can own the agenda of your growth.

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What follows are my top tips on how to choose a meaningful topic of focus for a coaching session. I say “coaching” because I’m a coach, but I believe this is a good place to start for other one-on-one development conversations, like mentorship or counseling. If you’re a coach, this could also help you guide…

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Jason R. Waller

Jason R. Waller

Executive coach to passionate CEOs and leaders. Founder, speaker, combat veteran, and ex-consultant. Top writer in Leadership. www.jasonrwaller.com

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