The History, Present and Future of Coaching by Boris Pavlov

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The History, Present and Future of Coaching by Boris Pavlov

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Coaching has a long history as mentoring. It has been with us since the dawn of time. It has taken many shapes, it went under many names, but it has always been with us and among us. Perhaps it is part of the natural order of things. The re-emergence and development of coaching in the 19th and 20th century refined coaching to what it is now, but the need for coaching was ancient.

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Coaching has a long history as mentoring. It has been with us since the dawn of time. It has taken many shapes, it went under many names, but it has always been with us and among us. Perhaps it is part of the natural order of things. The re-emergence and development of coaching in the 19th and 20th century refined coaching to what it is now, but the need for coaching was ancient.

We created coaching as a natural urge to communicate with our own deeper selves and make an impact on the world from a heart-centered, holistic frame of mind. No longer driven by the fight-or-flight mind of the cave man, we now see deeper into the mysteries of life and coaching enables us to deal with all problems and questions that rob us of our joy and fulfillment.

There are many challenges to coaching in the future to come. No doubt coaching will change and reinvent itself in the decades to come, for that is the natural order of things. If coaching wants to survive it must continually “mutate” in order to adapt and survive.

This is not a bad thing and as long as coaching keeps true to its heart, coaching will be with us forever helping us be the best we can be, enabling us to find our way home.

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