Do your clients ever feel like they have an elephant on their plate? Help clients deal with overwhelm with this fun tool that breaks a project into bite-sized pieces. (1 pages)
Do your clients ever feel like they have an elephant on their plate - a task, goal or project so big it seems overwhelming and they don't know where to start? Well, I'm sure you've heard the saying, "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time!"
This fun coaching exercise uses humour (a pictorial elephant) to help your client get organized. They simply use the image to brainstorm and get everything swirling in their head down on paper and begin to take action!
Great for your visual, creative and lighthearted clients. Also a fun coaching exercise for stress management seminars - and for young adults.
The life coaching tools and exercises in this value pack help your clients evaluate where they are, connect with themselves, get stuff done and make positive changes – faster!
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Also Available In: Coaching Tools & Exercises MEGAPack!
Help clients find new answers for a problem or make a decision by connecting with their own inner wisdom. (1 pages)
Get clients thinking about what they really want from life – and from coaching with these deep, pondering questions. (2 pages)
Also Available In: Welcome Pack Toolkit
Help your clients really shine with this empowering strengths-based coaching exercise! (1 pages)
Also Available In: Career Coaching Toolkit
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