Wake Up Live The Life You Love: Living In The Now!

Wake Up Live The Life You Love: Living In The Now!
Author Tony Husted coach

I am very pleased to announce the release of a book that I have contributed to! I now have copies of the book available!
Wake Up Live The Life You Love: Living In The Now!

Product Description:

People destined for success can still escape their destiny. The process is not difficult, and the tragedy is not rare. All the elements are in place, yet they cannot live to their fullest potential. The secret is to live in the now. It is not enough to be alive; we must live in the present moment, or hopes and dreams may never materialize. Living “in the now” means more than getting up every day to push back the curtains of possibility. It means, also, that we realize and appreciate everything in our lives, so that life becomes more real, more precious, and more rewarding. “Feel the water on your hands while you are doing dishes,” says Steven E. “Feel the wind on your face. Stop to look at the faces of your children while they play; concentrate on their joy and their energy. That’s the now; that’s what is real, and that’s where life takes place.”

This book is a compilation of inspirational stories about Living in the Now. If you have ever read a book like Chicken Soup for the Soul, this book is similar in structure. Some authors your might recognize who were also asked to write stories for the book are Brian Tracy, Dr. Wayne Dyer, and Tom Hopkins! I was very excited to contribute my experience of how Coaching gave me my life back!

Product Details
Paperback: 192 pages
Publisher: Global Partnership, LLC (March 22, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1933063181
ISBN-13: 978-1933063188
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 5.5 x 0.4 inches
Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces

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Christian Coaching

Christian Coaching
Author Tony Husted coach

Christian Coaching, Gary R. Collins

Book Description: Coaching is a hot topic today. No longer just a word for the athletic arena, a personal coach can guide us in many areas of life. Dr. Gary R. Collins has taken the successful principles of coaching and given them a God-centered application for our lives and the church. Through stories, insights, and interviews with influential coaches, Collins gives us a model of Christian coaching that inspires vision, passion, and a sense of purpose. Christian Coaching demonstrates the characteristics of an effective coach, how to incorporate those characteristics into one’s life, and how to coach and lead others with the same leadership style Jesus demonstrated: servant leadership.

From the Inside Flap: Help others get from where they are to where they want to be. Hal is an engineer who works for a large company. He has a good job with an excellent income and his future looks bright. Living in a comfortable home in a desirable neighborhood, he is surrounded by others who are also highly successful, upwardly mobile young professionals. The whole family is active in a good church where Hal was recently elected as a church deacon. He and his wife teach a Sunday school class. He is a member of a health club and has enlisted the services of a workout coach and a tennis coach. From all outward appearances, Hal has it made. Why would he need a life coach? Hal is miserable. In his busy life he has no time to reflect on where he is headed or even relax and enjoy where he is now. Solitude or time alone with God never seems to happen. He would like to get off this treadmill, but doesn’t know where to begin. He needs someone to come alongside him, listen, and give him honest feedback. He needs a life coach. Working with a coach, he can evaluate where he is in his life, form a vision of where he wants to go, and set priorities and goals to get there. Well-known author Gary R. Collins gives us a how-to book for becoming a Christian coach. “Coaching is the art and practice of guiding a person or group from where they are toward the greater competence and fulfillment that they desire.” Coaching is not about looking back. It is about looking ahead. It is about helping people:

Discover a life purpose
Map a clearer vision for the future
Develop a mission statement
Find and articulate clear values
Learn to manage change effectively
Appraise performance
Strengthen communication skills
Get out of a rut
Build self-confidence
Gain the courage to take risks
Nurture a closer walk with God

Filled with valuable coaching principles, as well as interviews with experienced and practicing Christian coaches, Christian Coaching will motivate and inspire you to help others turn potential into reality.

About the Author Gary R. Collins, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist and author of more than fifty books, including Christian Counseling, How to Be a People Helper, and The Biblical Basis of Christian Counseling. Dr. Collins was a professor at Trinity International University for twenty years. More recently, he served as the first president of the American Association of Christian Counselors and was the founding editor of Christian Counseling Today magazine. A graduate of The Institute for Life Coach Training, Dr. Collins currently heads an international alliance of Christian counselors committed to uniting and building Christian caregiver leaders worldwide. He and his wife, Julie, live in northern Illinois.

Hardcover: 320 pages
Publisher: Navpress Publishing Group (December, 2001)
Language: English
ISBN: 1576832821
Product Dimensions: 9.3 x 6.3 x 1.2 inches
Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds.

Spiral Dynamics Mastering Values Leadership and Change Developmental Management

Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership, and Change (Developmental Management)
Author Tony Husted coach
Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership, and Change (Developmental Management)

Book Description: Blackwell Publishing (UK), 1996.
Spiral Dynamics Mastering Values,
Leadership and Change Development Management Hardback,
256 pages Blackwell Publishers Oxford,
UK ISBN 1557869405
Dimensions in millimeters: 229 x 152 x 32
Dimensions in inches: 9.02 x 5.98 x 1.26

By Don Beck, Christopher Cowan (both Directors, National Values Center Texas, USA)

The world of business is undergoing a period of profound transition and managers worldwide are constantly seeking new trends and patterns. This volume introduces a new model for plotting the enormous economic and commercial shifts that are making contemporary business practice so complex and apparently fragmented. Beck and Cowan take the spiral as a basis of this new model. Focusing specifically on cutting-edge leadership, management systems, processes, procedures and techniques they synthesize changes such as: increasing cultural diversity; powerful new social responsibility initiatives; the demands for environmentally-responsible business programs; and the arrival of a truly global marketplace. This is a book designed for managers and leaders who are planning for success in the business world of the 21st century.


Part 1 Spiral overview: different minds; meme systems; the spiral mind.

Part 2 Spiral dynamics: change; leadership; wizardry; alignment; integration.

Part 3 Spiral structure: survival; kinship; power; achievement; control; consensus; flexibility; globalit.

The 100 most used words in Spiral Dynamics: along authority beige beliefs best between blue business change come community company complex conditions control different does done down dynamics entity even field find first forces form functions get global good graves green group human ideas individual intelligences job keep know leaders leadership level life living look may meme mind must nature needs new next now often ones open orange order organization others own people person place point power problems process purple red right second see self sense should since social society spiral still structures systems take template things thinking tier time turquoise view without wizards work world yellow yet.

Capitalized Phrases from Spiral Dynamics: Mastering Values, Leadership, and Change (Developmental Management) Second Tier, Spiral Dynamics, First Tier, Spiral Wizards, Plumb Line, World War, Clare Graves, South Africa, Humpty Dumpty, Six Conditions, First World, Design Formula, Third World, Barbara Jordan, Change Wizards, True Believers, Change Condition, Enterprise Networking, Reform Option, Ten Commandments, The Futurist, West Point, Karl Marx, President Bush, Executive Core