Terry: So welcome to the instructor Podcast Green Room Edition. This is the podcast where we look at all the latest news in the industry and look at some industry related topics. And we do have some news, not massive, but there's a little bit to dig into and we're also going to be digging into the topic of CPD, what it is, should we be doing it, and all that kind of malarkey.
Terry: So, welcome to the Instructor podcast, Green Room edition. This is the show where we talk about Adi and PDI specific topics and look at the latest news going on within our industry. As always, I am your splendid horse, Terry Cook. And thankfully for you guys, at least it isn't just me. We're joined by someone of equal to greater stature in Chris Spencer. How are we doing Chris. all is good?
Intro: Welcome to the Instructor Podcast, where we speak to leaders, experts, innovators and game changers, looking at ways that we can help you improve your driving school business and potentially even become an even more awesome driving instructor.
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During my recent podcast with Emma Morgan (Check it out here!) she said something that really resonated. “Being a coachee is hard work.” It didn’t click straight away, but it kept creeping back into my brain. Being a coachee is hard work.