Happy New Year to all of our subscribers! As we turn the page on another calendar year I am excited about the new developments in the IAC and in the VOICE.
In her President's report, Angela introduces several new members of the Board of Governors.
We have a new name for an existing column – Certification Tidbits has become The Inside Scoop – Lessons from the Certifiers, and Nina East delivers another helpful installment there today about Mastery #4 – Processing in the Present.
Tools for Coaching Mastery is a brand new column, which will feature the voice of IAC's Licensees. This month, Andrea Lee takes us deeper into Mastery 7 with some insightful questions and an audio excerpt from Barbra Sunquist's Coaching by Example CD set.
Barbra is also one of our featured authors this month, with an article that busts through three common barriers to certification. Our other feature article is from Signature System Coach Kathy Mallary. Wondering what choosing a coaching niche has to do with cheesecake? Kathy blends it all together.
In her first Coaching Moments column of 2009, Janice Hunter reminds us that whether we're reviewing our progress from last year or setting goals for this one, our best and shiniest plans can never predict the shape that life will take as the year unrolls.
We're presently working on updating the submission guidelines for the VOICE, and once they're ready we will post them on the IAC website. For now, please note that we will eagerly welcome your article submissions for the February issue (please submit by January 19th) and the March issue (please submit by February 16th).
If you have something to share about masterful coaching, building and marketing a coaching business or traveling the road to certification, please email me and I would be pleased to help you develop your article.
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