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Episode Info:

Episode 51 marks the one-year anniversary of the essential boomer podcast and in honor of the of this I’m bringing back the guest who started it all for me back in episode one, Paul Zavagno.  

Paul is an educator, a retired school principal, a great humanitarian and a certified facilitator of the work of Byron Katie and he is my life-long friend. So in this episode we do a deep-dive into Paul’s actual coaching practice.

In the interview Paul answers the following questions:
  • Can you tell us the story of how you were attracted to this particular practice of life coaching?
  • Will you tell us the story of how Byron Katy came to create this method of life coaching?
  • It seems that this work, like a lot of great teachings is built upon a very simple basic structure. Do you think that that contributes to its effectiveness?
  • Was Byron Katie influenced by Buddhism in creating The Work?
  • What does a typical coaching session look like?
  • Are there any benefits of this type of coaching for people who are suffering from chronic physical issues?
  • Does this type of work would lend itself well for people facing the ends of their lives such as in hospice?
  • Do you have any final words of advice that you’d like to share with your fellow boomers?
Paul Zavagno's Contact Info: CLICK HERE to go to Paul's coaching website 

CLICK HERE to email Paul

Follow Paul on Twitter

CLICK HERE for more information on the work of Byron Katie.

Paul is a board member of the Infinity foundation

Paul is also very active with the organization, Habitat for Humanity.

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