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FYI Val = Violating clients’ privacy rights isn't right. You’re not making a sale when you enroll a coaching client. You’re entering into a relationship of trust. You have the duty of loyalty and care with your coaching clients. That means you protect their interests in every way possible, and most importantly protect their private information.
- Sharing client information without their permission
- Taking advantage of client proprietary business information
- Continuing to bill the client after they terminate the coaching relationship
Coveting your coaching clients. Mixing business with pleasure can be risky. You’re putting your coaching integrity on the line when you do. The reason why this is such a serious violation of ethics is you’re in a position of trust and power as a coach.
LUST out of control:
- Coaching your client to benefit you financially
- BREAKING UP relationships so you can be with the PARTNER
- Coveting your client’s WEALTH.
I WILL NOT GIVE YOU ONE MORE CENT IN THE NAME OF SOME NEW VENTURE.
I only hope this helps some other guy looking to improve his life NOT have it ruined by some lady aka supposed company out for a dollar and a deed. http://invigorateu.com/
Posted 1 year ago
- This same thing happened to me with a therapist I used to see. A con artist, a wolf in sheep's clothing. There are people out there who portray themselves as helpers and heroes in order to swindle you out of your hard-earned money. They will go to any length to get what they want and they feel totally justified in taking your stuff. In my therapist's case, she preyed upon people damaged by alcoholic, predatory families, people who believed they needed what she had to offer. She has a malleable source of income and emotional support. Watch out! Be very careful who you trust. No one deserves to be exploited, no matter what anyone tries to make you believe.
Posted 1 year agoReport
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