In the last three months, three of our alumni graduated to MCC credentials! John Serrao did it in July, Arvind Agarwal and Gopalji Mehrotra earlier.
Harish Devarajan, Prasad Deshpande, Rajat Garg, Dr. Paras and yours truly obtained MCC over the last 3 years. In fact, Coacharya has trained 8 out of 14 MCCs in India. Another 10 will hopefully join this club over the next few months as we’ve just wrapped up our Mastery training program. With these numbers and the potential of Indian coaches to reach mastery, we hope to overtake Japan with the highest number of MCCs in 2019, a year ahead of my earlier prediction.
When we started our ACTP program, I was told we were running a factory, because we graduated over 500 PCC coaches, an overwhelming majority in India. Obviously, I didn’t agree and still don’t. What we do is to offer a studio for coaches as artists to paint on their canvas and work with their muses. From the first day of coach training our Associates mentor learners as masters.
I was told that coaching mastery should take 10 years in acquiring skills. I disagreed. We believe that mastery is in the mind. All you need is to shift your thinking. This is what Cindy and I do in our studio with our learners.
Welcome to our Mastery Studio!
Our next Mastery cohort is starting on Monday, November 5, 2018. If you’re a PCC coach who wants to continue their journey, please join us.