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Steve Chandler
Phoenix, AZ
Steve Chandler is the author of 30 books, a master success coach, founder of the Coaching Prosperity School and public speaker.
Interests: MY LAST DAYS ON THIS PLANET I am devoting my final days to a single mission. I am delivering a year-long school for coaches to empower them to get clients and build their practices to strong levels of prosperity. I’ve been doing versions of this school for years now, with remarkable results. Students who have attended my six-month version have learned to sell their services at levels they never thought possible. My school has been the only coaching school that does not teach you how to coach. It’s the only school that focuses all its time and energy on one thing: acquiring your next client. This is the only school that does this. My own life was completely turned around by coaching, and like a mad scientist who has found a cure for something, I want to give that turnaround back. My last days will do that and only that: teach coaches to sell and prosper. Because a coach without a client is not a very effective coach. I know. I have been there. And how did that sorry state get cured? By my own coach, the ultimate coach, Steve Hardison. Now I want to give coaches everywhere what he gave me. It’s not enough that coaches are good coaches. If you are a coach in my school I want to make you as good a salesperon as you are a coach. For your client’s sake and for the sake of humanity itself. Coaching can only save civilization if there are clients.
Recent Activity
My new book, Creator, has just been released and in the back Recommendations section it tells you to come here to this blog site if you want to listen to two of the songs mentioned in the book. “The Middle... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2019 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
Last year at the Reinventing Yourself Weekend I was happy one of the evenings to go up in front of the room and sing some songs. I'm not a professional singer but I love to sing especially when it borders... Continue reading
Posted Aug 10, 2017 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
Sometimes I like to assign movies for my clients to watch. One of them is Finding Dory. The little fish character voiced by Ellen DeGeneres has short term memory loss and much of the humor comes from her forgetting who... Continue reading
Posted Mar 30, 2017 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
My path to recovery was definitely 12-Step. And I know that will anger a lot of people (because it already has) who think such a path is wrong and antiquated. Books I enjoy and respect about addiction, like Amy Johnson's... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
Psychologist/Life coach Dr. Amy Johnson has written a very insightful little book about how we can find relief and, finally, total freedom from the habits that imprison us. Including the more desperate habits of drugs and alcohol. In her book,... Continue reading
Posted Apr 6, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
As I was growing up from newborn to two years old to four to six to ten, the feeling of personal warmth and security was leaving me. I was becoming an individual. Psychologists call this individuation. It became extreme at... Continue reading
Posted Feb 15, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
I knew I needed to quit drinking. I needed to get the monkey off my back. It was complicating my life and making it miserable. It really was like having a live monkey on my back, all that day-in, day-out... Continue reading
Posted Feb 5, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
There are other addictions. Mine was alcoholism, and it is a major destroyer of lives, but there are others. There is even addiction to distraction, which sounds vague and mild, but it very well may be at the core of... Continue reading
Posted Feb 2, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
When you enter a 12-step recovery program, it is recommended that you get a sponsor. That person should have at least a year of good sobriety, and preferably more. My sponsor was a man named L. He passed away a... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
For me, and so many of the people I know who have recovered from a serious addiction, the word sober isn't good enough. And the phrase “clean and sober” isn't nearly good enough. Sober is a cold word. (For such... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
One of my daughters gave me a gift at Christmas of two CDs (I'm old school tech) of death wish songs. . .songs about addiction, suicide and recovery. This would, under most trees in winter, be a dark, demented gift.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 5, 2016 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
The betrayal is astonishing. The jaw drops. Are you kidding me? I have to take twice as much of this stuff to feel anything close to what I felt when I first took it? And that's not the worst of... Continue reading
Posted Dec 14, 2015 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
My death wish project ( deals with primary, dramatic, life-threatening addictions like alcohol and drugs . . . but it will also look at the other addictions we get stuck on, and how they, too, can lead to suicide. Such... Continue reading
Posted Dec 8, 2015 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
(These are some notes I've been making for my Death Wish project The problem in my life starts when I think I have to add something to this present moment to make it better. Addition is seductive. It’s a... Continue reading
Posted Dec 4, 2015 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
In our society (more than that, in almost all of civilization, back to the Greeks and their Olympics) we admire great athletes and great artists and entertainers. We spend billions on sports and entertainment. Athletes, artists and entertainers inspire us... Continue reading
Posted Oct 26, 2015 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
LONDON CALLING! I keep daydreaming a scene I’d like to put in a book or movie. A mad man (me? Why not?) lives in a mental ward. (Me? It fits.) Each day they let this man into the recreation room.... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2014 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
"The successful warrior is the average person with laser-like focus." - Bruce Lee Choosing to be a time warrior gives you ways to leave linear modes of time management behind. It frees you up to enjoy going non-linear. What is... Continue reading
Posted Feb 28, 2014 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
Briggs Whiteford is an artist. Although she has very devoted customers who own her work, her art has been largely hidden away from the world for awhile, but no longer. You have a chance to come see it now. (More... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2014 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
When I reinvent myself in the most exciting and beneficial way, I don't change from an inferior personality into a superior one. I change from a noun to a verb. I reinvent from static fascination with my past and its... Continue reading
Posted Dec 5, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
"Life is denied by lack of attention, whether it be to cleaning windows or trying to write a masterpiece." ~ Nadia Boulanger We pay attention. The word "pay" is most important in the phrase, we pay attention. It means that... Continue reading
Posted Jun 11, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
Brian Johnson (with Alexandra and little Emerson pictured above) is a philosopher and giver of joy to many thousands of his readers, viewers and subscribers. Brian was featured in the fantastic and highly-recommended movie, Finding Joe, a documentary about Joseph... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
"You grieve, you learn, You choke, you learn, You laugh, you learn, You choose, you learn, You pray, you learn, You ask, you learn, You live, you learn." ~ Alanis Morissette What I love about the lyric of Alanis is... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
You don't have to make all the difficult decisions you think you have to make. You can choose instead. Choosing is bolder and cleaner. You can do it in a nanosecond. Decisions are messy and filled with second-guessing and self-doubt.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 18, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
WHO ARE YOU TO WRITE A BOOK ABOUT WOMEN? The woman sounded angry when she asked me that. Or maybe I should say seemed angry, since it was in an email, in response to a blog I wrote that mentioned... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler
"If I can stop one heart from breaking, I shall not live in vain; If I can ease one life the aching, or cool one pain, or help one fainting robin unto his nest again, I shall not live in... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2013 at iMindShift with Steve Chandler