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True Azimuth Coaching


Are you ready to get your bearings and get going?™ G. Scott Graham launched his coaching practice in 2006 and has helped hundreds of clients do just that! Author of 15 books and counting, Graham has a vast array of knowledge and skills to help you to stop being a spectator in your life! The structure/environment for coaching is telephone-by-appointment. ►Monthly Coaching◄ Three coaching sessions per month and unlimited e-mail support provide the catalyst for your success. When you participate in monthly coaching with True Azimuth, you get: 1. Comprehensive Coaching Orientation. 2. Documentation of your progress including: detailed summaries after EVERY session, Goal Tracking, Daily Habits tracking, Programs, Score Improvements, Tolerations, and Assessments. 3. Warwick Edinburgh Mental Well Being Scale assessment and scoring 4. Access to Coaching Programs. 5. Private coaching client library loaded with hundreds of worksheets, ebooks, downloadable audios, assessments, and other tools to help you follow your true azimuth. 6. Formal Coaching Review & Feedback. No other coach offers a formalized feedback and review process in addition to -- and outside of -- the regular telephone session framework. 7. QOLI (Quality of Life Inventory) Profile and individualized report. Details: - Monthly investment: $745 - This price reflects a $50 discount for credit card automatic payments - Initial commitment: 4 months - Full MONEY-BACK Guarantee ►À la carte Coaching◄ Looking for something briefer? You can purchase a coaching session à la carte. A single, 45-minute coaching session is $325. ►Coaching Resource Website◄ Looking for resources to supercharge your life? You can purchase access to the resources available only to coaching clients. Get monthly access for $75. ►Take Graham out for a free "Test Drive"◄ ☎ Contact Graham today for a free 30-minute coaching session. Unlike "consults" offered by many coaches, this session is 100% hype-free & pitch-free. Just high-value coaching. You'll experience for yourself what life coaching with True Azimuth can help you achieve!

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What do you love most about your job?

♥ Helping coaching clients discover that they are more than they thought they were.
♥ Helping coaching clients discover that they can do more than they thought they could.
♥ Helping coaching clients discover that their best advisor and coach is themselves.

♥ Inspiring coaching clients to strive for more in their life.
♥ Inspiring coaching clients to have equanimity in their life.

What inspired you to start your own business?

After receiving two undergraduate degrees from the University of South Florida (one in Psychology and one in Communication) I worked with at-risk kids then moved to New England to work as Counselor and Outward Bound Instructor.

(I had hiked the Appalachian Trail by myself a few years earlier so the opportunity to be in the wilderness and get paid was a dream-come-true).

Working with Outward Bound and other wilderness / adventure schools was great and it was here that I honed my abilities to help people tap into more than they thought they had. It was here that I really learned to coach.

After a few years of working wilderness courses from Florida-to-Oregon, I entered graduate school where I earned a Master of Science degree in Business Management. Along the way, I achieved certification and faculty status with the William Glasser Institute (Reality Therapy). Glasser's techniques grounded in Lead Management and Choice Theory help people identify what they really want and develop more effective ways to get it and is the primary model I use in coaching.

I returned to Outward Bound for a short time as the Assistant Program Director of an Urban Center in Boston with the focus of developing therapeutic health services. The pull of what had become my home was great however and I eventually returned to the country to work in Vermont.

I started working in a substance abuse treatment program through the Vermont Department of Corrections, called ISAP, and was eventually promoted to Program Director. While working in the ISAP Program, I was the architect of a consistent treatment design which I implemented statewide at nine sites.

Along the way, I started 2 businesses: ClinicalSupervision.biz, LLC and Willoughby Forest, LLC.

Choosing to go it as a solo entrepreneur was the next logical step and work as a "life" coach / business coach has proven to be an impetus for ongoing professional and personal development.

Not long after launching my coaching practice, I realized that, although I had an advanced degree in speech communication, my public speaking skills were a bit "rusty" so I joined Toastmasters (I achieved my DTM in less than 3 years -- an accomplishment only 1 in 10,000 can claim and am now half-way through toward my second DTM.)

Responding to the needs of clients, I became certified by Intuit as a QuickBooks Pro Advisor. I also completed the requirements established by the National Federation of Professional Trainers to become certified as both a Personal Trainer and Sports Nutrition Specialist.

Continuing my work as a clinical supervisor (after all I have internationally-recognized credentials as a clinical supervisor and addictions counselor through the State of Vermont IC&RC), I successfully completed the rigorous process to become a member of the Motivational Interviewing Network of Trainers and now offer both training and MITI coding for those interested in growing their skills in motivational interviewing. Finally, I am rostered by the State of Vermont as a psychotherapist.

Committed to common-sense conservation (I am a former West Fairlee Conservation Commissioner). my partner and I steward 110 acres of Vermont forestland (Tree Farm #1464), developing agri-forest products like ginseng, in addition to timber. We are both Cooperators through Vermont Coverts.

Working as a solo entrepreneur opened the door for both personal development and community service. While continuing to work toward a regular daily meditation practice, the freedom of self-employment has allowed me to do two 10-day Vipassana courses each year.

Initially, I served the town of West Fairlee as a Town Lister and Constable. Then I joined the West Fairlee Fire Department -- a decision that brought a level of development I had never anticipated. You see, volunteer firefighters receive the same level of training as professional firefighters (I initially completed the requirements for Firefighter I, including HazMat Operations, and then went on to complete Firefighter II, including Flashover and Wildland Fire trainings).

In the midst of all of this - in 2010 -- in the middle of a recession, my spouse and I decided to open a restaurant in Concord, NH: Tandy's Top Shelf. Many people questioned the "wisdom" in doing this, citing the failure rate of restaurants. I countered that the reasons most restaurants fail is not because of something inherent in the restaurant industry but a reflection of the business skills of those who typically choose to open a restaurant business (someone says, "Gee you make good soup, you should open a restaurant and the next thing is a newspaper article about another restaurant opened by a person who needs-a-business-coach-but-doesn't-get-one that fails miserably). With my spouse's extensive experience with Applebee's (my spouse also has a business degree) and my business knowledge, how could we fail?

Why should our clients choose you?

Whether helping coaching clients with their career or business, I have:
✔ real degrees,
✔ real skills, and
✔ real experience to get them to success. I can get you there too!

✔ Real Degrees.
Not some weekend coaching certification, I have 7 years of college education: an MS in Business plus 2 BAs (Psychology & Communication).

✔ A Coaching Practice Built on Real Skills.
30+ years of counseling experience. I am a Licensed Counselor / Clinical Supervisor / Rostered Psychotherapist.

✔ Solid Experience.
I carry full Malpractice Insurance -- something many coaches can't get because they just don't have the required experience or the right credentials. I am A+ Accredited by the Boston Better Business Bureau. I have over 90 recommendations (between LinkedIn, the Boston Better Business Bureau, Google, and Yelp).

►Contact me for a 100% hype- & pitch- free coaching session.◄

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