Welcome to the October issue of the IAC VOICE. Today's message contains all the latest IAC news, including the President's Message, updates from the Board of Governors, a report from the Singapore Chapter and an article from an IAC member benefit provider.
I'll also provide links to the feature articles and columns that have been posted to the blog since the last newsletter. You can always check the blog (http://blog.certifiedcoach.org) during the month to get a jump on your reading.
This month, IAC President Bob Tschannen-Moran invites us into his Inbox to read his response to the concerns of a long-time IAC supporter.
Susan R. Meyer, BOG Secretary, has an update on the comings and goings of the IAC Board. Unfortunately for the VOICE, one of those going is the IAC Communications Coordinator, Sue Brundege. Sue has been a huge support to me in this position and she will be missed!
JournalEngine is back as our featured member benefit this month, and Kim Ades has a touching story of how their online journaling community allowed her to reach out and help a struggling parent.
On the blog: In this month's Inside Scoop column, IAC Lead Certifier Natalie Tucker Miller responds to a coach who's been told she's too opinionated.
In her Living the Masteries column, Alison Davis has some questions that are bound to inspire you to reflect on the power of the Masteries in your day-to-day life.
Bonnie Jo Davis delivered our first feature article this month, helping us answer a very important question: Who is your ideal client? Creativity Coach Cynthia Morris brings us along on her journey of passionately inspired product creation.
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