Develop A Strong Coaching Habit

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Episode #509 of Six Pixels of Separation – The Mirum Podcast is now live and ready for you to listen to.

There’s a reason Michael Bungay Stanier‘s first book, Do More Great Work, has sold close to 100,000 copies. It’s small, but do not let the size of it fool you. If you’re stuck. If you’re not sure if you’re focusing on what’s important. You need to read that book. I don’t even know how many copies of that book I have passed along to friends and colleagues. Then, Michael asked me to be one of the participants in a compilation book called, End Malaria. All proceeds from the book went to the Malaria No More charity (and that was close to $500,000), while the book wound up hitting #2 on Amazon (plus, it was published on Seth Godin‘s The Domino Project imprint). Well, Michael does a lot more than publish books that become movements. He spends the bulk of his day running Box Of Crayons – a consultancy to help time-crunched managers do less good work and much more great work. Over the years, he’s learned a thing or two. With that, he’s back with a brand new book, The Coaching Habit, that has some thoughts on how we can get the best out of ourselves (whether we’re coaching someone, coaching ourselves or getting coached). Enjoy the conversation…

You can grab the latest episode of Six Pixels of Separation here (or feel free to subscribe via iTunes): Six Pixels of Separation – The Mirum Podcast #509.