Cynthia Loy Darst

Conversations with the Masters of Coaching

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SPECIAL
CONFERENCE CALL
INTERVIEW

Cynthia Loy Darst, MCC

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* Would you like to learn from one of the coaches names “One of the Top Ten most Influential Coaches in the US?”

* Have you ever thought about becoming a “life coach,” but didn’t know the first step to take?

* Would you like to sharpen your coaching skills to increase the effectiveness in your ability to support loved ones, co-workers, employees and yourself?

* Would you like to learn how to listen for and coach the “inspiration point”?

* How do you move your coaching towards Artistry and Mastery?

During This Interview We’ll Explore:

* How to listen for and coach Inspiration and CELEBRATION for clients (and yourself).

* The power of Metaphor and the Magic it can create.

* How can a client maximize the benefit of their coaching relationships through the energy of Inspiration.

* Other SECRETS of becoming a successful life coach.

Personal Note from Life Coach Mary:

I first met Cynthia Loy Darst at my second weekend of coach training with The Coaches Training Institute. The subject was FULFILLMENT. Cynthia co-lead the course with brilliance, charm and humor. Her unbridled enthusiasm makes learning a joy!! Over the years, every time I see Cynthia at an ICF Conference there is always a smile on her face. And, it was fun to see her up on stage as emcee!! I was delighted to be a part of her breakout session in 2005, when she released her first CD, Celebration, Metaphor and Magic. I love how she’s brought so much attention to basking in the win of an accomplishment, before moving on to the “what’s next.”

This is one of the few coaches who has also been willing to enter the limelight. She was one of 4 finalists to coach the participants on the nationally syndicated NBC daytime series “Starting Over.”

Cynthia is not only a Sr. Trainer for CTI, she’s a Supervisor and Certification examiner, AND continues to coach and lead her own workshops. I have the utmost respect for this fireball of a woman!

About Cynthia:

Cynthia Loy Darst, MFA, CPCC, MCCis increasingly in demand as a guest expert and on-camera “life coach” for a growing number of TV shows. Named “One of the Top Ten Most Influential Coaches in the U.S.,” Cynthia is playful and inspiring, working with all kinds of people to move them past limitations and into action & fulfillment.

In 2002, after a nationwide search with 200 candidates, she was one of 4 finalists to coach the participants on the nationally syndicated NBC daytime series “Starting Over.”

Cynthia has been the Life Coach on Discovery Health’s “Star for a Day,” and for the pilot of “Life’s Too Short” on Discovery.

Cynthia is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, and one of the first to receive the designation of Master Certified Coach from the International Coach Federation.

Based in Los Angeles, Darst maintains a full roster of private clients including corporate execs, entrepreneurs, creative types (actors, writers, and entertainment industry), people in transition, as well as other coaches. She and her husband, David Darst, CPCC, PCC, also a fabulous coach, are partners in their company, the Inspiration Point (www.theinspirationpoint.com). They do work with individuals as well as teams, couples, and partnerships.

As a Senior Course Leader for CTI-The COACHES Training Institute, she delights in traveling the US, Canada, and the world, training others in the skills of Co-Active Coaching. As well as being a Supervisor and Examiner for those in the year-long preparation for the final certification exam, she is part of ‘Core Legacy’ at CTI where she actively trains and develops CTI’s new and current Leaders.

Passionate about quality and excellence in the world of coaching, she was a founding member of the Professional & Personal Coaches Association and served on the Board of Directors as: Ethics & Standards Chair ’95-’96, Member-at-Large ’96, and ’97 PPCA Conference Program Chair. As 1998 International Coach Federation Conference Chair, she was instrumental in bringing the ICF and PPCA together. Darst has also served on the Board of Directors of the Professional Coaches and Mentors Association.