Become a Certified Professional Performance Coach!

ICF CCEUpon completion of Source Point Training’s Fundamentals and Mastery of Performance Coaching certification, you will h ave earned 149 CCE’s and have all the required traininghours needed to achieve ICF’s Associate Coach Certification (ACC) credential.

As a coaching student with Source Point Training, you will learn additional skills not taught by most coach training programs:

  • How to use Neuro Linguistic Programming tools when communicating with clients to develop strategies for success
  • How to integrate coaching in the workplace
  • Receive your personalized Emergenetics© Profile – one of the newest leading-edge behavior assessment emergeneticsLogotools using left brain/right brain thinking and behavior attributes
  • Practice ontological based coaching using the whole person approach
  • Develop a coach’s mindset and personal life practices
  • Access to hundreds of tools and templates used by Master Coaches world wide
  • Develop a marketing and business plan to launch a successful coaching practice
  • Opportunities for post training contract work with Source Point Training

Don’t let another year pass you by!

Start your journey this year!


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Living on Purpose!

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Dr. Wayne W. Dyer

Today, there is a lot of talk about ‘purpose’.  Businesses have long had purpose and/or mission statements, personal growth environments encourage individuals to find their personal purpose, some people look for purpose in a spiritual context i.e. the purpose of being in this world, etc.  But what do you think when you hear “live a life of purpose”?

Purpose isn’t just for those BIG concepts – the purpose of a business or your life purpose.  While those BIG purposes are the foundation, how do you go about living that purpose in everything you do each day?  In organizations, how do employees live out a company’s purpose within the duties and leadership of their individual positions?

As many of our readers know, Purpose answers the question ‘why?’ and it guides us like the rudder on a boat.  Why is this business in business?  Why are you here on this planet at this time?  For most individuals, answering the later question is a journey of self-reflection, exploration and discovery.  In our e-book – The Power of Personal Purpose – Barbara shares an exercise to assist individuals in starting a Purpose Quest.  This is a great exercise that many of our coaches use with their clients to begin to identify their life purpose.

What I, and the clients I work with, find most impactful in living a life of purpose, is seeing the purpose in everything we do – each and every day:

  • Why am I having today’s meeting with my staff?
  • Why are we producing and distributing this report each month?
  • Why am I in relationship with this person?

Once I’m clear on the purpose I’m about to undertake, I can clearly see and articulate the vision I have for the meeting, the usage of the report data, or the vision for the relationship.  And from there we can set goals/milestones that will come from the action we will take and to identify how those actions will occur.

Take some time this week and take yourself on a Purpose Quest!  If you don’t already have a copy of The Power of Personal Purpose, click here to download it.

And, if you find that your purpose calls you to empower others, to be a catalyst for change, to raise up leaders, to walk beside those who struggle through challenges, consider becoming a coach for others!  Our next training begins April 29-May 1 in Tempe, AZ!

With warmest gratitude, Barbara and everyone at Source Point Training


That which is not acted upon is not learned!

Likely you’ve heard the phrase – being a lifelong learner.  As we all know, life is a great provider of the lessons most meant for each of us.  Life also has this funny way of continually giving us more and more learning opportunities until we finally understand the lesson.

So, now with another year completed and the new one only a few days underway, I want to share with you a similar phrase that we frequently reference in our trainings:

That which is not acted upon is not learned!


The acquisition of a skill, whether improved communication, coaching, knitting, growing a business, etc., requires much more than knowledge alone.  Consider the example of learning to play the violin:

  • If you are given 100 hours to read on how to play the violin, you may be able to pass tests, but would not be a successful violinist.violin
  • If you were then to watch videos of people playing the violin for 100 hours, there would still be little to no change in your ability to successfully play the violin.
  • If, however, you were given a violin and a chance to practice, review recorded sessions of yourself playing, analyze specific areas that needed more of your attention, request feedback from others and continue to practice, you would become a highly successful violinist!

The same applies to all our learning.  As we move through these early days of 2016, I challenge you to reflect back on 2015. Looking back from the view of “hindsight is 20/20”.  What do you want to be different for yourself, your family, your career, your community, our world, in 2016?

  • What “lessons” do you see that still await your learning?
  • What “action/practice” will you take on to bring this to fruition this year?  action300

Working with a coach can be a great resource in our learning process.  A coach listens neutrally, challenges your beliefs that may have held you back last year, supports you in creating a plan, and  plays a big part in your accountability towards realizing your 2016 intentions!

With warmest gratitude,
Barbara and everyone at Source Point Training