Being an effective coach requires a continuously expanding portfolio of BDQs – (Bloody
Difficult Questions). These are what stimulate the client to reflect and gain personal insight.
Equally important, however, are the BDQs we ask ourselves. For example: For whose benefit am I asking this question? Can I do more here by saying nothing? What am I afraid of in this conversation or situation? What can I learn from this person? What emotions am I feeling and to what extent are these influencing my approach the client’s issue?

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