Is Your Client “too busy?” Do this.

Guest Post by Certified Two-Brain Business Mentor Jeff Jucha If your client starts their day with good intentions but falls off the wagon when their schedule gets hectic, here's what…

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Breaking Down the Walls

In the Two-Brain Coaching First Degree course we talk a lot about barriers that clients present as roadblocks to joining our gyms. I believe that the barriers that clients present…

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Motivation

Motivation doesn’t always result in action.  The motivation-action timeline tells us that we are far more likely to achieve our goals if the time between becoming motivated and taking action…

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You’re Never Too Good to Stop Shadowing

Shadowing is the practice of critically watching another coach lead a training session.   Shadowing is a great way for new coaches to learn from gym owners or more experienced coaches. …

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Knowing When to Shift Gears

Like a lot of gyms around the world Catalyst was forced to shut down for a few months in March due to the pandemic. Having already done some online coaching…

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ABG – Always Be Growing

As a mentor with Two Brain Coaching I am blessed to be able to speak with coaches from all over the world with drastically different coaching backgrounds. They all have…

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Bright Spots Every Day

If you’re familiar with the Two Brain universe you undoubtedly know the concept of Bright Spots, especially on Friday. Bright Spots are our way of verbally telling our clients that…

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Look Around You

Last fall I competed in my first ultramarathon trail race.  I won’t bore you with tons of details, just the important ones – it was rocky, hilly and humid.  Despite…

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The Devil is in the Details

Some golfers are great at hitting the long ball.  Others rely on their chipping and short game. My specialty is slicing the ball deep into the woods with almost any…

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