Discover which words get your clients fired up – and which demotivate them in this powerful exercise. (1 pages)
This motivational coaching exercise will help your clients identify which words inspire them and which demotivate them. Now they can choose the words they use in future more carefully - so they enjoy themselves more,are more motivated, and more productive.
We all know that using words like "Should", "Ought to" and "Have to" can be demotivating, but which words inspire you the MOST? Does it make a difference what words you use when it's something you want to do, as opposed to a chore or something that's a bit tedious to do? Well, using a scoring system this tool can help get your clients more motivated and boost productivity. Why not try it and find out?
You may also like this article which explains how to use the Get Motivated! What Words Inspire You? here >>
NOTE: This exercise is BEST done WITH your client as it may take a little more explaining. It works well in a one-on-one session and in workshops, and whilst it can be given as homework you will want to run through it with your client first to make sure they understand it.
Great for business, leadership and executive coaches too: Knowing which words get your clients fired up - and which demotivate them is great self-knowledge when in a leadership position. It also gives your clients an insight into how people may feel when they set tasks for others.
Chock full of practical tips, techniques and concepts, the time management tools in this value pack help your clients transform, prioritise and make better use of the time they have.
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Also Available In: Coaching Tools & Exercises MEGAPack!
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