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Appreciating the Story

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As coaches we listen to our clients stories. We are trained to stand as witness or observer to our clients’ experiences without ourselves becoming enmeshed or “hooked by” the stories they tell us. Our service is to be the compassionate observer, seeing beyond the story into how the emotions underlying the storytelling can inform where our client may be in their present development and perhaps give us clues as to how our inquiry may create a new possibility for them.

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