Posts by Cassie Righter

The Worst Trend in the Coaching Industry in 2020

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I was just reading an article about the 20 trends that will define 2020. Here are just a few:  Earthy Neutrals (hmmm…I question how this is a defining trend in 2020, but I’m no fashion expert)  Mixed Gender Events in the Olympics (very cool–I like this) Plant Based Meats Go Mainstream (though this seems oxymoronic…

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Why your program bonuses actually suck

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Last week Jay and I got to go to a sit down restaurant for the first time in months.   I was so excited to be out of the house and after eating pretty much the same thing (cooking is not my jam) for 3 months in a row I was so pumped to have different…

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Where We Stand on Racial Injustice

It’s been a minute since I’ve touched base.  There’s been a lot going on around us and so this week I’m getting real with you. There aren’t any silly stories to try and highlight a point, only sincere thoughts from my heart about what has been happening in our world and what you can expect…

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Serving Clients Well Leads to Business Growth

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Something you might not know about me: In my younger years I really wanted to be a lawyer. I actually even applied to law school and got in.  Being a lawyer always seemed to be a great way to make a difference in the world (and it is–Bryan Stevenson anyone?).  I was so excited when…

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Stepping Up as a White Leader

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I sent out an email talking about looking for different perspectives on your group coaching program….if you haven’t seen it you can check it out HERE. The point of the original post is that in order to effectively determine what is going on in your group program and where the holes are you need a…

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Identifying the Blindspots in Your Group Coaching Program

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Super important question: How do you feel about country music–specifically Taylor Swift?  The girl is seriously amazing. She has a strong message and isn’t afraid to deliver it. Oh…and let’s not forget her business savvy.  I remember seeing her in concert many years ago when she was just starting out. She was opening for George…

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Do you choose a launch filled with hustle or ease?

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Have you heard of this game “Would You Rather?”  I first learned about it 5+ years ago when I started teaching 4th grade and one of my students came up to me and asked me:  “Mrs. Righter, would you rather smell bad all the time or have to smell something awful all the time?”   Essentially,…

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Five Essentials When Planning Your Group Coaching Curriculum

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My kid is like, the literal best. He is funny, kind, smart, energetic, strong, and soaks up new things like a sponge. Did I mention he’s funny…because seriously we laugh a lot around here.  My kid also has pretty much every known food allergy, is considered “underweight” by his doctors, has been in the NICU,…

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