World’s First International Group Coaching Blog Launches

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Coachamatic is a newly launched dynamic group blog authored by a global assortment of 30 lifestyle and business coaches who have turned to blogging as a way of strengthening the coaching community and exposing the profession to a wider mainstream audience. Coaches on Coachamatic are blogging on topics such as productivity, marketing, small business development, coach training, public speaking, work/life balance, health and wellness, leadership, parenting, money, and conflict management. Coachamatic is the brainchild of Andy Wibbels, award-winning blogger and author of Blogwild! A Guide for Small Business Blogging. For more information, please visit http://www.coachamatic.com.

Coachamatic (http://www.coachamatic.com), the world’s first international group coaching blog, makes its public debut this week.

Coachamatic is authored by a global assortment of 30 lifestyle and business coaches who have turned to blogging as a way of strengthening the coaching community and exposing the profession to a wider mainstream audience.

“Coachamatic is an ideal place to build good ju-ju for the coaching community,” states writing coach, Verna Wilder. “A bunch of coaches blogging and collaborating on ideas and responding to each other shows the larger community what coaching is all about, and that’s good for all coaches as well as for the people who seek coaches.”

An acknowledged expert in the field of blogging, Andy Wibbels, creator of Coachamatic, knows that blogging can be a powerful communication tool with instant global impact.

“I’d like to see Coachamatic bridge the gap between the international coaching community, the growing number of people who are interested in becoming coaches, and the millions of people around the world who could benefit from enlisting the help of a coach.”

The coaches Wibbels has enlisted as bloggers share his dream.

“There are so many people who may have heard of coaching, but have no idea what it means or what coaches can actually do for a client,” says Gillian Hood-Gabrielson, a coach who specializes in helping people overcome emotional overeating. “With all the different coaches and different specialties that are blogging on Coachamatic, readers will learn more about what coaches do and see all the different ways a coach can be used --for business growth, improving quality of life, developing healthy habits, and so much more.”

Coaches on Coachamatic are blogging on topics such as productivity, branding, internet marketing, small business, coach training, work/life balance, health and wellness, leadership, parenting, money, conflict management and psychology.

Coachamatic is the brainchild of Andy Wibbels, award-winning blogger and author of Blogwild: A Guide For Small Business Blogging.

The Coachamatic bloggers are: Aeriol Nicols, Alison Held, Amanda Levy, Barb Elgin, David Stocum, Des Walsh, Elizabeth Marshall, Ellie Pope, Eric Schneider, Gillian Hood-Gabrielson, Gina Thorne, Joe Taylor, Juliet Austin, Kammie Kobyleski, Ken Winston Caine, Krisha De, Leah Maclean, Leesa Barnes, Lisa Wilder, Maryam Webster, Matt Perelstein, Michelle Drake, Nancy Mindes, Nancy Tierney, Pat Gundry, Scott Paton, Stacy Brice, Syl Leduc, Tammy Lenski, Tara Kachaturoff, Tina Forsyth, Andrea Lee, Travis Greenlee and Verna Wilder.

For more information about Coachamatic, visit http://www.coachamatic.com.

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