Maestro on the Mic

MOTM #200: The Science of Coaching

Monday, April 6th, 2020

Friends, we made it. 200 episodes of Maestro on the Mic. No, your eyes (and ears) aren’t deceiving you… after 2 years of hard work and lots of love, I just wanted to say thank you. Thank for tuning in week after week, for the connection and discussion, for everything this podcast has brought to my life. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

I figured the best way to celebrate 200 episodes was to deliver a kick-ass message from a kick-ass guest. Brett Bartholomew is a consultant, strength and conditioning coach, author, and founder of the Art of Coaching, a company that helps people who work with people how to make connections.

We all want to be better coaches and make better connections. Brett has taken this art and turned it into a science. Meet your clients where they’re at, relate to their life and interests, and reframe your coaching into the language they speak. You’ll be successful every time.

In This Episode You'll Hear:

  • Who is Brett Bartholomew?
  • Becoming a strength and conditioning coach
  • The Art of Coaching Apprenticeship and the messy part of the interpersonal domain
  • Experiential learning to internalize techniques
  • Establish, Endorse, Expect, Embrace, Encourage, Explore
  • Defining great leadership
  • Practicing leadership so you’re always learning
  • How Brett got into coaching
  • Practical incorporation of communication: Learn, Acquire, Bond, Defend
  • Research, relate, reframe
  • How Brett built his hobby into a business
  • Why you should buy Brett’s book, Conscious Coaching
  • What the hell is “ethical persuasion”?

Links & Resources For This Episode:

Connect with Brett on Instagram: @coach_brettb
Brett’s Company: Art of Coaching
Brett’s Book: Conscious Coaching
Check out Brett’s personal website

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