This article will tell you how we improved our EXECUTIVE COACHES IN BOSTON and give you a tip that can improve your life in only 5 minutes. The secret is called “don’t use the passive tense.” Once I learned this trick, my writing became much more powerful.
Pretentious English teachers taught me to write as though I’m some sort of detached, Oxford-educated observer of humanity. I have no reason to doubt that this is an excellent way to write a term paper. However, it’s not the best way to get your point across.
People don’t read my articles for the brilliant prose; they want to know how they can improve their EXECUTIVE COACHES IN BOSTON. They want actionable advice. I give them tips and tell them exactly how they can improve their life immediately, without any fluff or vague rambling about real estate investing or politics.
The passive voice makes your sentence sound like a fortune cookie. If you tell someone to “eat their vegetables,” it’s not very inspiring. You’re telling them to do something without conveying any urgency or inspiration. It’s like telling someone to go for a walk every day. Why not give them a goal of “losing 20 pounds in 30 days” or “running a 5k (3.1 miles) in under 30 minutes. Much more motivating and inspiring.
Don’t use the passive tense, even when you don’t have a direct object. Say that, “I ate my spinach!” instead of “I was told to eat my spinach.” To keep my sentences short and punchy I use the active voice.
I recently read that the staff of a US-based executive coaching firm in Boston have written an eBook about how to improve executive coaches in Boston.
It turns out that their employees, those who actually spend their days with clients, are the ones teaching the lessons on how to improve executive coaches in Boston. The good news? These folks know what they’re talking about. The bad news? They seem to be getting stuck and they want you to come and help them out.
The eBook is called “How I Improved My Executive Coaches In Boston In One Easy Lesson” and the author of the eBook is Mary Stafford. Mary is described as an “Executive Consultant at Leadership that Works LLC”.
She said she “picked up my pen and wrote an instructional book, which was truly a labor of love.” After reading it, I think I know why she picked up her pen (and quite possibly her other writing instruments as well). Her experience as an executive coach is what she was trying to explain in her book. Mary clearly had a great experience as an executive coach, and she wanted to pass on to others what she learned.
So, did I enjoy reading “How I Improved My Executive Coaches in Boston In One Easy Lesson”? Let’s find out.
This is an interesting book which goes into depth about why the author experienced a successful coaching relationship with her client.
The most recent we have had a chance to talk with a coach is my executive coach in Boston, who focused on helping me be more assertive and regain the confidence which I have lost in my job. We talked about how he could help me by assessing where I am right now and see the things that are hindering me. Next, he asked questions that would help him get an idea of what has been keeping me from becoming more assertive in my job and what skills I need to work on. In fact, the most important thing for me is to keep my self-confidence and be assertive. One of the ways he achieved it was by showing me how I could gain more confidence by doing activities that would get me out there, like making phone calls to my clients.
The call with my EXECUTIVE COACHES IN BOSTON helped me realize that it is not hard to be assertive and talk over the phone as long as I know what to say and how to say it. He even gave me a lesson on how to do it. For example, guess what my coach told me to say first when I am speaking with a client? He told me to say: “Hello, this is Sarah. I hope you are doing well.” After which, I should ask my question by saying: “I’m calling to see if there are any cancellations this week and what the dates are.” This is something I will definitely print out and put in my desk. This way, every time I need to speak with a client, I know exactly what to say and will remember my lessons.
I can already see that it’s not going to take me much time to bring back my confidence and become more assertive at work. All of these are possible because of the lessons I learned from my coach in Boston about how to be more assertive and confident on the phone.