about the assessment at all prior to your comments.
Frankly when I read your response it didn't feel like you liked (or agreed with anything I said) at all. It occurred to me that you were saying to me "that's great that you are getting coaching training though you don't yet know what makes a great coach" - let me explain.
Is it possible that I'm actually studying a very specific form of coaching that focuses on a person's attitude and thoughts and default tendencies as those things could be coached? You can't coach a person's personality? If you looked at mistakes as an opportunity to learn might that reduce your level of fear? May it be possible that primarily I'm looking to be a life coach as opposed to an executive coach? Also - how much consideration would you give to a candidate that has a track road of failure after failure without learning from those failures or mistakes?
I would love for you to read more about iPEC or EnergyLeadership as I really think the person that created my coaching school and the Energy Leadership Index Assessment is amazing and since he is at a much higher level than me (like you apparently are) he may resonate mopre with you.…