Blog + Podcast
Naomi hosts the Dream For Others® podcast, co-hosts the Ditch The Hustle podcast (with her Gentle Business Mastermind collaboration partners Amanda Rootsey and Nicola Newman), writes regular blogs, creates the occasional video and resource, and is often featured on external platforms.
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Join Naomi’s team of 12 people from all over the world uniting to have fun, be creative, and dream for others in GISH (Greatest International Scavenger Hunt) in 2019.
In this episode of the Dream For Others podcast, Naomi re-shares a short segment of a previous interview with her business coach Lena West.
Lena will explain what her CEO DNA process is – and how knowing your CEO DNA can inform your life, work and attempts to dream for others.
In this episode of the Dream For Others podcast, Naomi summarises a strategy that counsellors and coaches sometimes use with their clients.
She hopes that you will find the strategy helpful in self-coaching or in using with clients if you do client work too.
In this episode, Naomi talks listeners through the exposure technique and desensitisation theory. It is her hope that by having a basic awareness of these techniques that you can apply them to other contexts when it is safe to do so – e.g., working through areas of resistance, blocks and fears – to help expand options for moving forward.
In this episode on the Dream For Others podcast, Developing Coach Collective co-founders Cameron Airen and Naomi Arnold co-host an interview with “Feminist Therapy” author Dr Laura S. Brown.
We discuss what feminist therapy is all about, feminist coaching, and how to apply feminist theory to any profession and our everyday life.
In this episode, Naomi summarises the four domains of personal power captured in feminist therapy and how understanding these domains can inform transformation in our lives and work outside of the therapy context (including in the coaching context).
For more information on domains of personal power, you might like to also read Laura S. Brown’s book Feminist Therapy.
In this episode, Naomi talks coaches and service-based business owners through the process of creating a Client Attraction Plan.
Naomi and her business partner Cameron Airen also created a free Client Attraction Plan workbook which you can access via www.developingcoachcollective.com.
In this episode, Naomi re-shares a segment of a podcast interview she previously had with Australian of the Year finalist and award winning author Dr Anita Heiss where they speak about consciousness raising through writing and Indigenous literature.
In this episode, Naomi also announces an event that Busi Women Inc will be running in Yeppoon, QLD with Dr Anita Heiss.
Cameron Airen and I created something awesome this week – a free Client Attraction Plan + Retreat workbook. The free workbook is designed to support you through two self-guided retreats.
In this episode, Naomi reminds us of how important it is in conversations to often come from a place of witnessing not fixing.
One of the mistakes we often make in our personal and professional relationships is to immediately want to fix or find a solution when someone shares a problem with us or shows emotion in our company – but this can sometimes make the person feel unheard and alone.
In this episode, Naomi introduces listeners to the Stages of Change framework, using an example from her personal life to illustrate the stages one can go through when it comes to readiness for change.
She also discusses how being aware of this model can be useful of coaches, managers, health professionals and even individuals when it comes to aspiring to or assisting others with change.
In this episode of the Dream For Others podcast, Naomi discusses the concept of ‘finding motivation’.
She explains how there is a difference between how we talk about motivation and our experience of motivation – and how understanding this difference is the key to actually ‘finding motivation’.