Between Sessions With Victoria

In our last session, Victoria came up with two strong actions to take which we are using as her main accountability items for this week.

One was to send out an e-mail message to her database in order to alert these folks about the new direction of her new career.

Second Victoria wanted to confirm and act on an invitation she had been given earlier to offer some free sessions to her key audience.

While coaching sessions are imperative to moving a client closer to meeting their goals, they are not the only means by which coaching occurs.

Here you’ll find e-coaching occuring as Victoria and I stayined in touch through e-mail.

Tuesday, April 12th, 4:33 p.m.: I got in touch with both people at Americans for the Arts that I was trying to reach about marketing opps. The coaching at the conference is a go. I will also get pre-conference “publicity” in their conference marketing materials. Second, was talking to them about online advertising. This is something they are just starting to make available – it would include options to have small ads on the right side of their blog, or in their monthly and/or weekly publications. This is cool because they reach thousands of people a week these venues. Figuring out how best to use the opportunity is my next need.




Tuesday, April 12th, 5:15 p.m.: Excellent! This is a great report! How about if we down shift the comment: “Figuring out how to BEST use the opportunity” to a more realistic gear?


What if you used the words: “figuring out BEST how to begin to use the opportunity in an excellent, not perfect fashion?”


What are your thoughts on this Victoria?






Wednesay, April 13th, 1:36 p.m.: We could evven say “figuring out how to use this opportunity in an excellent not perfect fashion.”

I can see that the language we use is important isn’t it?






Wednesay, April 13th, 1:58 p.m.: Yes, it is very important. What we want here is to use your energy in the most effective and efficient manner. Your new language seems more organic, inviting, and do-able.”


Nice work here Victoria.



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