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Welcome to Four Voices Coach Training and congratulations on taking this huge and meaningful step toward creating, launching and growing a successful coaching practice.

Inquiry is the practice of asking beautiful questions. As a Four Voices coach, you'll help your clients ask themselves the deep and meaningful questions at the center of human experience. Questions like: Who am I? What am I doing here? What do I truly want? and What is this really all about? Questions that help guide your students and clients to discover and reflect through the perspectives of all Four Voices: Mind, Heart, Body and Soul.

Mastering the art of inquiry takes time, commitment and practice. I'm looking forward to helping you deeply transform your life so that you can help transform the lives others.

This course is self paced, which means you can start right away.

Before you begin, I have 5 things for you to do:

  1. Watch the introductory video.

  2. Order course supplies.

  3. Make a commitment to do the homework. I recommend setting aside 30 minutes per day.

  4. Once you’ve ordered and received your books, begin working through the course.

  5. Begin working through the bonus material at your leisure.

Step 1. Watch Intro Video


Please start by watching this short welcome video.

Step 2. Order Training Supplies


I want to make sure that you're set up to succeed. I recommend ordering these course supplies right away so that you can begin your reading assignments right away.

  1. Loving What Is by Byron Katie

  2. The Dark Side of the Light Chasers by Debbie Ford

  3. Language of Emotions by Karla McLaren

  4. Eastern Body Western Mind by Anodea Judith

  5. Four Voices Journal by Meadow DeVor

  6. Four Voices Coach Training Workbook by Meadow DeVor (Upon sign up, this will be shipped to you.)

  7. A journal. I personally love Moleskine (blank without lines).

  8. A good pen. My favorite is a Uniball Vision Micro black pen

I recommend purchasing hard copies of these books as you'll end up pulling them off the shelf and referencing them often.

Step 3. Make a commitment.

Every dream starts with an intention, a goal, a clear decision. So take a moment to determine what you expect from yourself at the outset of this course. I recommend beginning by putting this course on your calendar. Begin by putting “Start Coach Training” on today’s date. Then determine a pace that feels good to you. If you have about 3-5 hours per week to devote to this course, you can expect to finish a module per week. If you have less time, space the modules out for every-other week. For each module, you’ll have lectures, worksheets, reading, and bonus material to work through. Before you even begin, mark your calendar with Finish Module 1, Finish Module 2, all the way through until your expected completion date. To be a great coach, you’ve got to first be able to coach yourself. By setting clear expectations for yourself right at the outset of this course, you’re already taking your first steps as a coach.

Once you’ve calendared your expected pacing for this course. Grab your journal a take some time answering the following questions:

  • What are your learning goals?

  • How will you accomplish your learning goals?

  • What would be a successful completion of this course for you?

  • How will you assess your progress?

  • What do you expect to do well?

  • Where will you need to have more discipline?

  • What will help you achieve and maintain your goals?

Step 4. Work through the course.

Click on Course Modules below to start your course work. Click on Business to start your business and marketing training.

Step 5. Enjoy bonus material.

Click on Bonus Material below to access supporting podcast episodes and additional resources.