So I did an Internet search for profound coaching questions and found a website for Nadine Love in Queensland Australia with some very interesting stuff on it. There was a blog on Neale Donald Walsch, one of my favorite writers. It seems that Nadine and I have more in common than a last name. I am waiting to hear from her about the origins of her LOVE. Mine of course is Scottish, an anglicized version of MacKinnon (my beloved son).

I didn’t find any profound questions from Nadine on the site to use in coaching sessions. She is a mentor for coaches and talks more about growing a coaching enterprise than about the practice itself. It appears that she uses some profound coaching techniques to help people become successful at coaching which is cool.

The profound questions were in the NDW article. He suggests that you ask yourself these question three times a day for 60 days.

Who am I?
Where am I?
Why am I who I am?
What do I intend to do about it?

I would add… What else could I be doing? Where else could I be? Before the last one, to get the creativity going.

Three times a day … At 8am, 12 noon and 8pm. For 60 days. How would that change your thinking?