From the Editor


Are you a member of the IAC? Or are you a subscriber? Welcome to all of you.

Our April issue of the VOICE is full of reminders about what it means to be a member of the IAC.

First of all, our President Natalie Tucker Miller has some
announce ments that are moving our organization forward.

Next, Sub-Editor Susan Korb gets specific about
member benefits.
Susan has been contributing to the VOICE behind the scenes for the past
few months and is finally coming out into the open! Please help me
welcome her.

Susan also interviewed our Board Member Lucia Murphy, particularly about some
strategic priorities of the IAC.

month we have another first: we’re including in the VOICE a longer,
in-depth article that is only available to our paid members through a
‘click-through’ link. When you click the link, you’ll be taken to a
member’s log-in page before being directed to the whole article on our

this is a signal to all our subscribers that we really do want you to
join us as members. The IAC Board decided last year that we want to be
a member-supported organization. We want to serve our coaching members
much more than we want to serve advertisers. Therefore, we do need your
financial support. If you’ve been putting off joining us, now is the

In the
Member’s Article
this month, Dave Blanchard of Six Advisors reveals what he discovered
through assessing the thinking patterns of over 1400 independent
business owners and coaches.

Members’ Voices, two more inspiring coaches share their thoughts about what IAC certification means to them.

And finally, another reminder of an important member benefit for coaches:

Coaching Moments,
Janice has cooked up a delightful piece with a wake-up call as well.
It’s interesting how touching it can be when the simple acts of
coaching are related to our everyday lives.


Angela Spaxman


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