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Talking about Coaching

Yannick Jacob, Siawash Zahmat & Nicki Drab

Does what it says on the tin: We talk about coaching. We, that is Yannick, Siawash and Nicki. We love coaching, collectively got a tonne of experience, knowledge and charm; and we all felt it was time to give something back to our wonderful coaching community. Whether you're a life coach, work with organisations or practice any other form of coaching, you can ask us anything and we'll discuss it for and with you so you can learn, grow and develop your practice and business skills!

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Where are good places to advertise myself as a coach? Episode 47
05-05-2022
Where are good places to advertise myself as a coach? Episode 47
It seems to be the oldest question in the book: How do I get more coaching clients. I have a valuable service to offer and my clients really benefit, but how do I get my message in front of them? Those who hate being on social media or going to networks events may be considering paid advertising as a potential route into creating new leads, and so today our resident coaches Nicki, Siawash and Yannick will be talking about where coaches might advertise, what advertising is really about, how it may fit into a wider marketing strategy, and how not to waste 20k on failed campaigns. See also: Episode 43: I sign up clients by talking to people. How can I create more conversations? Episode 2: How do I get more clients? _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show
Where are good places to advertise myself as a coach? Episode 47
05-05-2022
Where are good places to advertise myself as a coach? Episode 47
It seems to be the oldest question in the book: How do I get more coaching clients. I have a valuable service to offer and my clients really benefit, but how do I get my message in front of them? Those who hate being on social media or going to networks events may be considering paid advertising as a potential route into creating new leads, and so today our resident coaches Nicki, Siawash and Yannick will be talking about where coaches might advertise, what advertising is really about, how it may fit into a wider marketing strategy, and how not to waste 20k on failed campaigns. See also: Episode 43: I sign up clients by talking to people. How can I create more conversations? Episode 2: How do I get more clients? _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show
Group Coaching: what’s that about? Episode 46
21-04-2022
Group Coaching: what’s that about? Episode 46
More and more coaches are interested in working with groups. SOme of that is motivated by being able to make coaching more affordable, and hence accessible - perfect for coaches who want to put their fees up but concerned that coaching shouldn’t be exclusive. But working with groups comes with layers of added complexity and it can be quite elusive as to what it is and how it can work. From life coaching groups to working with leadership teams, it’s a broad range, and today our resident hosts Yannick, Siawash and Nicki will be shining a light on how we might understand group coaching, what group work might look like, some of the benefits and pitfalls, as well as some practical insight into how Siawash and Yannick structure and run their groups. See also: Episode 32: I want to charge more, but I don't feel confident that I'm worth it. Help!Episode 33: I want to charge more. How can I increase my prices? (Part 2)_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
My client’s goal is abstract and vague. How can I make it tangible and SMART? Episode 45
07-04-2022
My client’s goal is abstract and vague. How can I make it tangible and SMART? Episode 45
We’ve all been there: our client comes to coaching and present with something supre vague, like feeling more fulfilled, calmer, wanting a “better mindset”, or feeling more authentic. How might we work with something like that? Can we make such a goal more SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-bound)? Is that even desirable or of service to the client? In this episode our resident coaches Siawash, Nicki and Yannick discuss various ways to work with abstract goals, whether that’s making them more tangible, even measurable, or to explore what this goal is really about and to sit with the uncertainty and learn to trust the coaching process, even if it’s not as clear as we’d like it to be. See also: Episode 21: Can I coach clients without setting a goal?Episode 3: How do I coach a client who comes to coaching with no agenda_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
My client is not getting the results they came for. What do I do? - Episode 44
17-03-2022
My client is not getting the results they came for. What do I do? - Episode 44
Most of us have been there: our clients are not hitting their targets, they’re not doing their work, in some way or another they’re not achieving what they came to coaching for. Is this your fault? The client’s? Do any of you need to work harder? How do you address this? In this episode of talking about coaching our residents Yannick, Siawash and Nicki are exploring how we might navigate such situations. We talk about contracting, how to make sure that your client is getting what they want, or perhaps what they need, we talk about what the purpose of coaching is and appreciate the range of coaching approaches, some more and some less fixated, oriented, or focused on results. _____________________________CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION over in our Facebook community: DEEP DIVES into coaching at EPISODES of Talking about Coaching addressing specific questions: can also find us on all major podcast platforms.If you'd like to SUPPORT WHAT WE DO, please consider a positive review, leave a comment or tell a friend or colleague about this episode.You can also BECOME A PATREON at GREAT COACHES IN ACTION by joining Yannick's Coaching Lab. Every 1st Tuesday of the month we invite an experienced coach for a 45min live coaching session, and you can be a fly on the wall! This is followed by conversations and Q&A with the coach and client as well as optional practice triads in breakout rooms during part 2 of the Lab. More info on upcoming events at Lab members have access to the entire vault of recorded coaching sessions ( You can sign up at for being a coach. You're making the world a better place! Support the show (
I sign up clients by talking to people. How can I create more conversations? Episode 43
03-03-2022
I sign up clients by talking to people. How can I create more conversations? Episode 43
Steve Chandler and his disciples teach us that coaching clients are created through conversations, and they encourage us to seek as many conversations as we can with the intent to serve whomever we talk to. Now what happens when we run out of people to talk to? Somewhat rephrased for the sake of space in today’s episode’s title, the original question for today is: “I ran out of people to talk to about coaching. How can I create more conversations that may lead to paying clients?”Siawash starts us off by questioning the intent of the inquiry and along the way we discuss ways in which we might create more conversations, that, indeed, may lead to more paying clients, even though we may need to let go of being too attached to that being the outcome. _____________________________CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION over in our Facebook community: DEEP DIVES into coaching at EPISODES of Talking about Coaching addressing specific questions: can also find us on all major podcast platforms.If you'd like to SUPPORT WHAT WE DO, please consider a positive review, leave a comment or tell a friend or colleague about this episode.You can also BECOME A PATREON at GREAT COACHES IN ACTION by joining Yannick's Coaching Lab. Every 1st Tuesday of the month we invite an experienced coach for a 45min live coaching session, and you can be a fly on the wall! This is followed by conversations and Q&A with the coach and client as well as optional practice triads in breakout rooms during part 2 of the Lab. More info on upcoming events at Lab members have access to the entire vault of recorded coaching sessions ( You can sign up at for being a coach. You're making the world a better place!Support the show (
Leading questions - Are they bad? Episode 42
17-02-2022
Leading questions - Are they bad? Episode 42
In this episodes we’re discussing leading questions, and whether they’re really a big no-no, as often taught in coach training programmes, or whether there may be some value in offering direction as a coach, or even to ask questions in a way that makes the client think they’ve come up with the solution themselves, empowering in some way, manipulative if you look at it differently. We discuss the range of leading questions, the ethics of consciously leading your clients, the weight of taking on the responsibility when we choose to lead our clients, and the importance of supervision as to avoid leading in an unconscious way.  _____________________________CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION over in our Facebook community: DEEP DIVES into coaching at EPISODES of Talking about Coaching addressing specific questions: can also find us on all major podcast platforms.If you'd like to SUPPORT WHAT WE DO, please consider a positive review, leave a comment or tell a friend or colleague about this episode.You can also BECOME A PATREON at GREAT COACHES IN ACTION by joining Yannick's Coaching Lab. Every 1st Tuesday of the month we invite an experienced coach for a 45min live coaching session, and you can be a fly on the wall! This is followed by conversations and Q&A with the coach and client as well as optional practice triads in breakout rooms during part 2 of the Lab. More info on upcoming events at Lab members have access to the entire vault of recorded coaching sessions ( You can sign up at for being a coach. You're making the world a better place! Support the show (
I keep slipping into coaching mode with friends. What do I do? Episode 41
03-02-2022
I keep slipping into coaching mode with friends. What do I do? Episode 41
Most coaches have experienced this: we’re with a friend, they tell us about a problem, dream or challenge they experience, and before we know it we’ve got our coaching hat on and asking questions, feeding back, clarifying, summarising or applying a process to help them figure this out. We likely didn’t ask for permission to coach them. We may be quite different with our coaching hat on and our friend somewhat irritated. Possibly they know us like that because we aren’t ‘doing’ coaching, we ARE coaches. Is it even a problem (as the question implies) or are we being an even better friend? How might this compare to other professions and when might it be appropriate to wear our coaching hat for a moment, perhaps even invite a friend into a formal coaching space? What are the pitfalls when we coach a friend? And how might we contract in such a situation? In this episode our resident coaches Yannick and Nicki talk about this and more, and we give special thanks to Alice for sending in the question!See also: Episode 16 - Am I giving too much value during my coaching consultations?Episode 09 - Is it best to coach clients in person (compared to video or phone)?_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
My client sees me as the expert. How do I manage the power dynamics? Episode 40
20-01-2022
My client sees me as the expert. How do I manage the power dynamics? Episode 40
Some coaches set themselves up as the expert in a certain area or niche. Others work very hard to meet their clients at eye level as to facilitate a process in which they can create their own expertise and take full responsibility for the way forward. And by no means is this a black-and-white issue in coaching. Sometimes the client maneuvers us into a position of expert as to avoid responsibility or simply because expert advice is what they’re after. It can be a complex dynamic to navigate. In this episode of Talking about Coaching our resident coaches Yannick and Nicki discuss the various elements at play in such a situation, the risks and benefits of being (seen as) the expert, and how we might manage such a situation when it presents itself. We also invite coaches to reflect to what extent they contribute to this process and what they can do to prevent it (if, indeed, that’s what they want). See also: Episode 29 - I find it difficult to challenge my clients. What do I do? Episode 23 - My client is asking for direct advice. What do I do?_____________________________CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION over in our Facebook community: DEEP DIVES into coaching at EPISODES of Talking about Coaching addressing specific questions: can also find us on all major podcast platforms.If you'd like to SUPPORT WHAT WE DO, please consider a positive review, leave a comment or tell a friend or colleague about this episode.You can also BECOME A PATREON at GREAT COACHES IN ACTION by joining Yannick's Coaching Lab. Every 1st Tuesday of the month we invite an experienced coach for a 45min live coaching session, and you can be a fly on the wall! This is followed by conversations and Q&A with the coach and client as well as optional practice triads in breakout rooms during part 2 of the Lab. More info on upcoming events at Lab members have access to the entire vault of recorded coaching sessions ( You can sign up at for being a coach. You're making the world a better place! ’Support the show (
I have a hangover, do I need to cancel my coaching session? Episode 39
11-12-2021
I have a hangover, do I need to cancel my coaching session? Episode 39
What started as a joke question after Nicki missed our last recording session became an interesting question about when to cancel a coaching session due to pain, feeling unwell or other distractions that may prevent us from being fully present with our clients. How much can we keep in our metaphorical box? At what point is it no longer appropriate to coach? How might we have that conversation? What’s at stake when we a) cancel or b) go ahead with the session? Do we need to disclose what’s going on for us? In this episode our resident coaches Yannick and Nicki have a much richer conversations than they had anticipated. Shout outs to Siawash who couldn’t make it today (non-hangover related ;) )See also: Episode 6 - What shall I wear as a coach? Episode 25 - What are good metaphors to explain how coaching works? _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
Episode 38 - Do I need to be obsessed or grind long hours to be a successful coach?
11-11-2021
Episode 38 - Do I need to be obsessed or grind long hours to be a successful coach?
We hear this a lot from the coaches who are most visible on social media: In order to be successful you must be obsessed with coaching and/or with building a business. You must do the grind if you want to make it. Those who work the hardest are the most successful. Coaches who are obsessed with helping their clients, with personal development or with a particular style of coaching, those will be successful. It is often implied that those who are not obsessed or work 14 hours/day won’t make it. In this episode of the Talking about Coaching Podcast our resident coaches Siawash and Nicki talk about how we might define success, obsession or grind and offer some context on the discussion. We share some of our personal stories and approaches, challenge some of the success narratives out there and we offer a way to success without detriment to your wellbeing and livelihood. See also: Episode 33 - I want to charge more. How can I increase my prices? (Part 2)Episode 24 - How can I scale my coaching business? _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
What needs to be in my coaching contract? - Episode 37
14-10-2021
What needs to be in my coaching contract? - Episode 37
Good contracting may be one of the most important skills of a successful coach. Most times when a coach feels stuck with a client, doesn’t know how to proceed or encounters a challenging situation, the answers lies in what you’ve agreed with this client. In this episodes of the podcast our resident coaches Yannick and Siawash talk about whether the contract needs to be written or verbal, we propose a range of topics we might want to (should?) include in this conversations (beyond logistics, finances and expectations) and we make offer some general insights into why it is so important to get this part of the relationship right, as well as a number of practical tips and advice on how this can be done. See also: Episode 36 - How do you start a coaching session? Episode 21 - Can I coach clients without setting a goal?_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
Deep Dive: Talking about Coaching with Ankush Jain: Coaching and The 3 Principles
05-09-2021
Deep Dive: Talking about Coaching with Ankush Jain: Coaching and The 3 Principles
Welcome to this episode of Talking about Coaching, the podcast from coaches for coaches.This episode is one of Yannick's deep dives into one topic or person and we're talking to Ankush Jain, 6 figure coach, trained in the 3 principles approach, long term coaching client and colleague of the great Steve Chandler, and all-round excellent human being. I loved Ankush's vibe and found resonating with most of what he talks about. We had a wonderfully warm and inspiring conversation and I hope you'll be leaving this space as excited about coaching as I was when we hung up. You can learn more about Ankush and his work at Ankush Jain Limited - Transformative Coaching____________________________CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION over in our Facebook community: DEEP DIVES into coaching at EPISODES of Talking about Coaching addressing specific questions: can also find us on all major podcast platforms.If you'd like to SUPPORT WHAT WE DO, please consider a positive review, leave a comment or tell a friend or colleague about this episode.You can also BECOME A PATREON at GREAT COACHES IN ACTION by joining Yannick's Coaching Lab. Every 1st Tuesday of the month we invite an experienced coach for a 45min live coaching session, and you can be a fly on the wall! This is followed by conversations and Q&A with the coach and client as well as optional practice triads in breakout rooms during part 2 of the Lab. More info on upcoming events at Lab members have access to the entire vault of recorded coaching sessions ( You can sign up at for being a coach. You're making the world a better place! ’Support the show (
How do you start a coaching session? - Episode 36
02-09-2021
How do you start a coaching session? - Episode 36
What’s your process for starting a coaching session? is a question we hear often. “Well, it depends” is often the answer. And that’s also the way this episode starts. Our resident coaches Yannick, Siwash & Nicki are illuminating what these factors are and talk you through how they start coaching sessions. Plus we’re inviting all listeners to share their own processes of how to jump into a coaching session with a client. See also: Episode 19 - How do you prepare for a coaching session?Episode 35 - What do I need in my “Coaching Starter Pack”? _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
What do I need in my “Coaching Starter Pack”? Episode 35
19-08-2021
What do I need in my “Coaching Starter Pack”? Episode 35
We’ve interpreted this question in two ways: 1) What do I need to start practicing as a coach? And 2) When a client signs up for coaching, what might I send them to get going and transition well into the process of coaching? So here we are talking about beginnings and how might get going when starting our coaching business or when starting to work with a new client. _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
How can I create a steady stream of clients? - Episode 34
05-08-2021
How can I create a steady stream of clients? - Episode 34
So many coaches dread doing “marketing”, being visible on social media, figuring out advertising, or going to network events, only to create a steady stream of clients for their coaching business. While there is no way around building bridges or creating touch points of some sort between you and prospective clients, there are many ways to do this, and in today’s episode our resident coaches Yannick & Siawash are talking about different pathways towards creating a steady flow of conversations and what you need to convert these into paying clients. In the process we’re reframing the terms “sales” and “marketing” and we’re offering ample advice and valuable ideas for how you can stabilize your income from your coaching work by learning some simple business practices and thinking about which of these might resonate with you. See also: Episode 02 - How do I get more clients? Episode 24 - How can I scale my coaching business? _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
Episode 33 - I want to charge more. How can I increase my prices? (Part 2)
22-07-2021
Episode 33 - I want to charge more. How can I increase my prices? (Part 2)
Last episode we talked about why every coach can (even should) be confident about charging for the space they create for their clients. “Just” being there for and with them, offering our undivided attention, helps greatly and often works wonders. However, many coaches are keen to increase their prices but don’t feel confident about it. In this episode our resident coaches Yannick & Siawash are picking up the thread from the conversation we’ve started and talking about the many factors that play into our coaching fees. Offering lots of practical advice and encouragement for coaches who are earning less than £5000/month, we’re talking you through the following list of elements that will (even should) influence and guide the kind of fees you’re charging. We’re confident that by the end of this episode you will feel compelled, and have a lot of solid reasons to increase your current fees. These are: Client's ROI/the value that the client is walking away withMarket rates or what the competition (you care about) chargesWhat you're comfortable with/what you can say or pitch confidently (which can be worked on/improved with practice)What resources the client has access to (salary, assets, savings, wealthy relatives/partners, sponsors, etc.)The cost of acquisition (advertising, time spend networking, writing proposals, tickets to community events, etc)What you've invested in your coach training/journeyWhat you might earn if you weren't a coach or if you'd spend your time doing something differentWhat it takes to get/keep the client really committed to the processHow much would you like to/do you need to earn?Coaching experience/skillsTime spent outside the coaching room (e.g. tendering a contract, pre-meetings with HR or managers, writing reports or emails, etc.)Expert knowledge, expertise or experience with what the client is struggling with (for coaches who offer guidance, advice or direction)How large is your niche is (the fewer coaches who can do what you do, the more you are worth)_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
Deep Dive with Georgie Nightingall - The Power of Conversations (and how to create more of them)
09-07-2021
Deep Dive with Georgie Nightingall - The Power of Conversations (and how to create more of them)
Welcome to this episode of Talking about Coaching, the podcast from coaches for coaches. This episode is one of Yannick's deep dives into one topic or person and we're talking to Georgie Nightingall, founder of Trigger Conversations and transformational life coach. I love Georgie's inspired thinking, the way she deeply contemplates and reflects and how she's learned to strike up conversations with strangers (which is a GOLDEN skill when it comes to creating a successful coaching practice. We're exploring a range of topics in this conversation, which, I'm sure, will leave you hungry for more. _____________________________Continue the conversation over in our Facebook community: more deep dives into coaching at episodes of Talking about Coaching addressing specific questions: can also find us on all major podcast platforms. If you'd like to support what we do, please consider a positive review, leave a comment or tell a friend or colleague about this episode. You can also become a Patreon at Georgie in action with a client at Yannick's Coaching Lab in November 2021. The Lab is a place to be a fly on the wall for a 45min live coaching demo followed by Q&A and conversation with the coach and client and (optional experimental breakouts in triads. If you've missed it, you can re-watch the recording as well as all other available recordings be becoming a member: all upcoming Coaching Labs at Thanks for being a coach. You're making the world a better place!Support the show (
I want to charge more, but I don't feel confident that I'm worth it. Help! Episode 32
01-07-2021
I want to charge more, but I don't feel confident that I'm worth it. Help! Episode 32
Lots of coaches would like to charge more for their coaching, but don’t feel confident that they’re worth the money. This can have a variety of reasons such as our own money stories, what the word “sell” means to us, and often a lack of some basic technical skills with regards to how we talk to our clients and how we run consultations. We believe every coach can (even should) be confident about charging for their time and the space they create for their clients. “Just being there” for and with them, offering our undivided attention, helps greatly and often works wonders. However, many coaches are keen to increase their prices but don’t think that their coaching is worth it. In this short episode our resident coaches Yannick,  Siawash and Nicki are laying the groundwork for a longer conversation about how to raise our prices. See also: Episode 33 - I want to charge more. How can I increase my prices? (Part 2)Episode 05 - How much should I charge for coaching?_____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
Coaching while walking: Is walk&talk a viable approach? Episode 31
17-06-2021
Coaching while walking: Is walk&talk a viable approach? Episode 31
Even before we were hit with a global pandemic, coaching while walking, walk’n’talk, coaching in nature and other forms of being outside of a coaching “room” have sparked our interest. Now, more than ever, coaching clients outside has become relevant to many coaches. That’s why in this episode our resident coaches Yannick, Siawash and Nicki are discussing the benefits and pitfalls of coaching clients while walking. Done well your clients are in their bodies and there’s lots to be picked up on on a somatic level. You’re working shoulder-to-shoulder and this creates a wonderful dynamic. Elements you encounter on your walk can be used for the coaching work or as metaphors or here-and-now moments of learning and insight. Done badly it can seem unprofessional and awkward. So let’s talk about it. If you’ve done some walk-and-talks, we look forward to you sharing your input and experiences on this topic. _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (
I find it really hard to end sessions on time and often go over. What can I do? Episode 30
03-06-2021
I find it really hard to end sessions on time and often go over. What can I do? Episode 30
A surprising majority of coaches we talk to regularly go over the agreed time for their coaching sessions. At the very least it happens occasionally. In therapy it’s a big no-go! Coaches seem to be a lot more relaxed about this, some even plan going over time into their contract and are more flexible. What we do know is that it affects our relationship and the boundaries we create in some form or another, and so in today’s episode our resident coaches Yannick Jacob, Siawash Zahmat and Nicki Drab are talking about time, boundaries and some really practical advice on how we can end sessions on time, as well as when it may be important to go over. _____If you'd like to stay up to date with new episodes, continue the conversation or generally support what we do: Send us your question: up to our mailing list (no spam, no sales, just a quick shout about new episodes): us on YouTube: to and download all episodes: our Facebook page: our Facebook community: the show (