Deliver Me From Temptations

Sue McLeod, Helping you to be your best

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7 Videos (24m)
    • Lesson 1 Get To Know Temptations

      7:24
    • Lesson 2 Your Temptation

      4:36
    • Lesson 3 Let's Talk about Emotions

      1:50
    • Lesson 4 Rally Your Forces to Resist

      4:40
    • Lesson 5 What's The Plan?

      2:42
    • Lesson 6 Go Out and Experiment!

      1:02
    • Lesson 7 Continous Learning

      1:43

About This Class

We all have temptations. Those things we do without even thinking. Whether it's grabbing a candy bar at the store checkout, binge watching TV shows, or using your cell phone while driving, temptations can make us feel a little out of control, and keep us from achieving our goals of being healthy and safe.

In this class, you'll learn about what makes temptations so tempting, and develop strategies for overcoming yours.

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Sue McLeod

Helping you to be your best

Sue lives in Maine and enjoys knitting, hiking, boating, and gardening. She volunteers with Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Kennebec Estuary Land Trust. In addition to her coach training, she does consulting work in public education, board development and facilitation for non-profits, and is a wedding officiant.

Her professional work includes leadership coaching, life coaching, and training coaches to be their best. She also consults with non-profits on board effectiveness, and in public education for the selection and development of future school leaders.

Sue holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential from the International Coach Federation (ICF), and a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC) credential from the Coaches Training Institute (CTI). She is a faculty member for Georgetown University's Leadership Coaching Certificate Program, teaches the Coaching Master Class, an online coach training program on the ICF Coaching Competencies). Sue is also a frequent facilitator for ICF New England live events held in Portland, Maine, and is a PCC assessor for the ICF.