Coach Approach Parenting
Coach Approach Training™
We make a promise . .
children to love and be loved, to be successful, and to have the courage to think for themselves.
children with the general knowledge needed to understand the world, leverage opportunities, and ask questions with
promise to prepare
children with the skills and practice needed to bravely engage in all the games of their lives--win, lose, or
Simple steps are all it takes to
make good on these promises while at the same time fully loving life.
1: Clarify the personal benefit.
YOUthat results from making good
on your promise. Sound selfish? It is—but in a generous
way. Most people end up feeling resentful and frustrated until they
acknowledge personal gain in actions.
2: Clarify your personal values.
Most people only
think they know
their values. Most people just accepted the values of
other people who had or have influence with them.
3: Clarify your present environment.
Your environment always wins! You have created 9 environments that either support or frustrate your success. Most
people have created their environments without thinking and wonder why they are frustrated all the
Step 4: Clarify your promise
steps 1, 2, and 3 make this one a piece of cake and relieves you of the burdens you carry. Most people strive
to do it all perfectly but end up failing to consistently do anything very
5: Simplify your life.
overly complicate life and struggle to keep up so even small changes feel overwhelming. Most people hide
behind a complicated life avoiding steps 1, 2, 3, & 4.
Why is it all so important?
Knowing Why makes everything easy.
Knowing Why gives you the courage
Step-by-step Peacemaker Coaching and the Coach Approach Method™ brings you from being like "most people" to
being exactly what you wanted all along.
want a better relationship with a child, you’ll need to know why it’s important to you both. It’s a simple process but not an easy one until you
WHY it’s all so important.
are powerful givers but often don't know how to give fully without giving ourselves away in the process. To win is
to fulfill our promises while enjoying
If you feel less than confident that you're making
good on your promise, you're not alone. Most adults who influence children feel that they are failing on some—if not