Our “guest” blogger this week is Liz Fisch, Vice President of iPEC. Liz is currently busy working on the development of iPEC’s niche-specific Leadership and Life Potentials training. These exciting programs teach coaching skills and philosophies customized to the needs and situations of people in a wide range of professions, ranging from human resource professionals to financial advisors, accountants, attorneys, direct sellers/network marketers, therapists, chiropractors, and more. Change and Choice are two words that certainly represent iPEC.
On the day before Election Day, I’d like to urge you to get out and vote tomorrow – to make a very important choice. Too often, people become complacent, not voting because “it won’t make a difference” or “one vote doesn’t matter.” Call me idealistic (you may say I’m a dreamer…and it’s true), but I truly do believe that each one of us privileged enough to be living in a country that gives us the right to vote should be sure to exercise that right.
Making a difference is why most of us at iPEC became coaches in the first place, so please, get out there and make a difference tomorrow by voting for the candidate of your choice.
And now, let’s talk about change. One of iPEC’s foundation principles is that “the only constant is change,” and that certainly can be applied to our own organization. Those of you who get iNSPIRE, our monthly newsletter, know of some of the exciting changes that are happening at iPEC right now. A new President (Congratulations Luke Iorio!), an incredible movie based on the Law of Being program and the life experiences of iPEC’s founder and CEO Bruce D Schneider, customized leadership, personal mastery, and professional development trainings to help people learn coaching skills to use in their own lives and work, and to open them up to the possibility and value of what coaching can help them achieve….and so much more.
Stay tuned to this blog as we’ll talk about each of these exciting announcements (and the driving principles behind them!) in the weeks to come. Change at iPEC, change in our country, and change, I’m sure, in your own life, just as in mine. Embrace change, and make conscious choices. (And remember to vote tomorrow!)