Ron Tustin: Retirement Coach
Read Ron's articles:Have You Lost Yourself? What Makes a True Friend? Christmas Holidays: Pain or Gain? When is the Right Time to Set Our Goals? 2, 4, 6, 8, How Do I Appreciate? Questions to Ourselves Being 'Perfect' and Going for Gold The Art and Science of Persuading Others The Ways We Are Seen Rethinking Retirement Changing Our Questions Is It Your Car or You?
How to Talk to Almost Anyone Mentors Alone For The Holidays Creating a Social Network in Any City Being with Angry People Balancing Act Thinking About Dieting Why a Good Coach Will Not Give Advice If Coaching is the Answer, What is The Question? Change Can Be HARD Moving from Survive to Thrive Christchurch Goes Nomadic The Power of Positive Thinking New Dreams and Goals
Will You Thrive in 2011? The Happiness Trap Getting a Good Night's Sleep Values & Goals Lead Yourself Before You Lead Others Sliding versus Deciding Making Goals Work For You Life Coaching How Men and Women Argue Passion? What Passion? Why Making New Year Resolutions Is A Waste Of Time! Grandparents and Christmas Engagement & Fulfillment A Key to Happiness in Retirement Sabotaging OurselvesWhat Retirement? Being a Grandparent Staying Motivated Older Workers (What You Said…) Facing Tough Times Baby Boomers & the Workplace "What Shall We Do For A Change?" "What Are Old People For?" "Dye Your Hair, Get a Job!"
- A parent and a grandparent
- A member of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and as such works to the ICF Code of Ethics
He has his own coach
Ron has used and continues to use a coach to help him realise and bring forth his own goals. He knows what it’s like to be on the other side of coaching and the value it has brought him.
His professional background
His work experience has been mainly in public health – working with people and organisations to make healthier choices in their lives. He was the first N.Z. non-medical graduate in the postgraduate qualification in public health to pass with distinction.
Ron has also been a film maker, a teacher and real estate salesperson and has qualifications in all of those industries.
His road to coaching
Ron’s work and life experience has been all about working with other people. His greatest realisation after working in public health was that no matter how much advice or information you may have to offer and give to others, you cannot make anyone change. That change has to come from inside that person from their own ideas and values– a good coach will skilfully help you to achieve this.
The cost of doing nothing
Seven years ago Ron realised that his managerial position was not providing him with the fulfilment and balance that he really wanted in his life. After much soul searching and through his own work being coached, he decided it was time to move on and give himself a chance to shine. Through that experience, he is now a serious promoter of:
- Life/work balance so as to feel more fulfilled at work and personally
- Helping people improve their relationships with family and partners
- Gaining a spiritual meaning to life
- Having a desire to ‘get sorted’
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