Rob Gannon

Rob Gannon is a 25-year licensed captain and certified life and wellness coach. He offers free sample coaching sessions and can be reached at rob@yachtcrewcoach.com.

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Crew Coach: Mental map clears brain fog, sets course for success

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Frequently when I work with people on transition and change, the way forward isn’t very clear. They just can’t see the way because they don’t know where they really want…

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Crew Coach: Belief, interest key to learning, succeeding

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Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon Navigating change in our careers or in any area of our lives often involves learning new skills. To help us in our transition, we…

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Crew Coach: Lies stem from fear; face it and tell the truth

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Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon For anyone who’s been paying attention to politics in the United States lately, there’s a whole gamut of feelings and emotions flying around. There…

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Crew Coach: Get comfortable taking those first steps in a new direction

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Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon We all go through change and transitions in our lives. Some get thrown in our faces suddenly, and others we can think about and…

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Crew Coach: Small steps can lead to large changes

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Crew Coach: by Capt. Rob Gannon I’ve had a couple of conversations lately about feeling stuck, just folks not knowing where or how to start making big changes. One chat…

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Crew Coach: Age, experience make captains more desireable, not less

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Crew Coach by Capt. Rob Gannon A subject has come up recently with a couple of captains I have been working with in my coaching service. The subject of age —…

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Rein in old habits that hurt to make new ones possible

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Happy New Year to all. Yes, it’s that time again; the calendar flips to another year and we can also start anew with our habits and goals. Be aware, however,…

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All crew are in same boat for the holidays away from family

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The holiday season is upon us again and it can be a challenging time to some who are separated from family and friends. For those of us who grew up…

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Hurricane is reminder of the impermanence of everything

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Hurricane Matthew has come and gone, and for those in its path who have sustained damage, the anxious anticipation has been replaced with assessment, cleanup and recovery. I fall into…

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Don’t be ashamed to rise to opportunities

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On most Wednesday nights, I get together with some musicians and play some tunes. It’s real casual and fun. We play music, tells stories, eat some barbecue and drink a…

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