What a wonderful year we had celebrating our 20th year in business!
To everyone who has been a part of our journey in reaching this milestone, we would like to share this success and thank each of you for being there with us along the way!
As we look forward, we are grateful that our gifts have helped so many with structured coaching programs.
Among the organizations that participated in the 20 in ’19 program were:
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"I learned a great deal while working with Joshua. I learned that the scope of the management extends far beyond being responsible for the people under you and accountable to the people over you. I would say the best take away I received and lesson learned about myself would be: to be an effective manager you need to first be a leader. Being able to take a quick step back and train yourself to look at the overall picture is a long process but an invaluable one. Each decision, interaction, or even a simple answer to a question could help or hinder yourself, team, and company as a whole. The processes and tools I received working with Joshua will be with me for a very long time." – W.W., of Ft. Lauderdale, FL
"This program helped me to appreciate constructive feedback and to use it to improve my professional and personal performance. I learned that in order to achieve more productivity and construct stronger relationships, effective communication is extremely valuable. There are several tools and techniques that I can use to improve it. In addition, the program taught me that strategic reflection, planning and execution with good follow up help to have greater efficiency in time management. I really believe that putting into practice the tools and reflections provided by this coaching program will make me a more effective listener and communicator." – P.Z. of Culiacán, Mexico
"I learned about my unique behavioral style including tendencies, personal needs, comfort zones and effectiveness strategies. Awareness of my strengths and weakness directed me towards positive individual improvement and successful interaction with others. Joshua Sky from The Sky’s The Limit Consulting is attentive, knowledgeable and provided insightful guidance to help me reach my personal development goals." – T.M. of LaBelle, FL
"As someone in a new executive role, I found Joshua's coaching invaluable. His insight and candor helped me recognize areas of professional improvement and also helped facilitate personal growth. What made this experience even more fulfilling is Joshua's generous donation of his time to our cause ensuring that under my leadership my organization has the potential to thrive for years to come. I look forward to working with Joshua as I continue my career as a development professional." – J.F. of Denver, CO
"What I learned about myself during our time together is that I am capable of a lot of things. Organizing events is not an easy thing, and it takes a lot of creativity to make a student event successful. I appreciate being pushed in the way I needed to be to grow personally and professionally, and pushed to bring along others in the way I need to. It’s an important part of growth to have others notice your strengths and help guide you to use them in the best way. I think we all know our strengths, but having someone there to guide you on how to strategically use them is extremely helpful. The guidance, coaching and advice I received while participating in this program will help me for the rest of my professional career; and, for that I am grateful." – M.M. of Fort Myers, FL
"Thanks to working with Joshua in The Sky’s The Limit Consulting’s 20 in ’19 Gratitude Program, I learned a lot about how to better manage my time. This was an important goal for me since I came into the coaching sessions feeling overwhelmed by a combination of non-profit volunteer work, tending to my own business needs, and trying to squeeze in part-time retirement. With Joshua’s help, I now have a method for planning and using my time wisely—and it really works! Through my participation in the program, I also learned how to be a better leader through delegation, accountability, collaboration and, most importantly, recognizing ways to work with others who may have a different point of view. Many thanks to Joshua for these valuable gifts!" – R.W. of Fort Myers, FL
"Participating in your coaching program was instrumental in my journey to becoming a better leader. It was helpful to discuss ways I could improve on my talents and incorporate new skills to build a stronger team of individuals to work together to achieve one goal." – A.S. of Fort Myers, FL
"I learned about myself that I can benefit from stepping outside of my comfort zone when it comes to spending the time to proactively plan my future work schedule. Joshua gave me so many tools to reduce clutter in my scheduling procedures and provided guidance on how to improve time management aspects not just at work, but at home as well." – O.S. of Sunrise, FL
"I am truly grateful to Joshua Sky for his generous offer of providing coaching sessions with the 20 in ’19 Coaching Program. My greatest take away from the sessions were 'time management' and 'focus'. Having to multitask the majority of my work days, it was refreshing to be able to just focus on the coaching sessions and set aside dedicated time to work on the action steps, the challenges, and the opportunities ... And then came COVID-19, so I continue to multitask, but am more aware of the need to set time aside to refocus." – L.S. of Port Charlotte, FL
"I learned some valuable tools to use in my new leadership role from participating in the "20 in"19 Coaching Program" provided by The Sky's the Limit Consulting. Being promoted to a director position from an assistant position meant I needed to learn how to communicate more effectively and allow myself to be assertive when necessary. I have also learned new tools to stay on schedule while managing many tasks at any given moment. These tools will help me get back on track as I'm pulled in different directions throughout the day. I am grateful to Joshua for being patient and giving me guidance in my new role." – J.W. of Naples, FL
"What I learned: Set a goal and evaluate whether you have the team and resources for it to be achievable. Even if tasked with the impossible, make a valiant effort and pray for a breakthrough. If it isn’t bringing the results that you want, make adjustments and re-evaluate. Do the best you can with what you have, and remember one step forward is still forward if that's all you can do." – M.A. of Fort Myers, FL