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Join the 3D Coaching team at our virtual pub where you can listen to conversations with coaching authors, thought leaders and people using a coaching approach at the grass roots. In addition, you‘ll find our virtual book group and conversations on ethics that can be used as part of the ethics requirements for ICF and other professional coaching bodies. Become a regular by signing up on Apple or Google podcasts, Spotify or Podbean. Host: Claire Pedrick MCC

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Join the 3D Coaching team at our virtual pub where you can listen to conversations with coaching authors, thought leaders and people using a coaching approach at the grass roots. In addition, you‘ll find our virtual book group and conversations on ethics that can be used as part of the ethics requirements for ICF and other professional coaching bodies. Become a regular by signing up on Apple or Google podcasts, Spotify or Podbean. Host: Claire Pedrick MCC

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@3D_Coaching

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English

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07745116493


Episodes
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S4 Episode 34: The Impact of Action Learning Sets and more with Chris Hewitt

7/10/2024
Chris Hewitt comes to The Coaching Inn to talk to Claire Pedrick MCC. He shares his journey to coaching and the importance of serving and listening to others. He discusses the challenges of creating a learning culture in organisations and the need for genuine coaching and supervision. The conversation also touches on the power of action learning sets and the impact of truly being heard. Chris emphasises the importance of keeping the fixer mindset out of coaching and the value of deep listening. He hopes to continue serving and making a difference through his coaching work. Takeaways Contact Chris Hewitt chrishewitt@me.com Claire Pedrick info@3dcoaching.com If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Power and Internal Coaching with Shruti Sonthalia Soon: Coaching and Neurodiversity with Nathan Whitbread and Kim Witten Key Words coaching, serving, listening, learning culture, action learning sets, fixer mindset

Duration:00:29:11

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S4 Episode 33: The Benefits of Improvisation in Coaching with Julie Flower

7/3/2024
In this episode of The Coaching Inn, Claire Pedrick interviews Julie Flower, an evidence-based coach and improviser. Julie shares her journey of combining coaching and improvisation, highlighting the overlaps and benefits of both practices. They discuss the concept of evidence-based coaching and the importance of incorporating psychological research into coaching. Julie also explores the evidence behind the use of improvisation in coaching, including its impact on flexibility of thinking, collaboration, and creative thinking. They also touch on the process of creating a solo scripted show about Julie's grandmother and her shop. The show: https://www.grandmas-shop.co.uk/ Contact Julie through LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/julie-flower-4589874 If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. Coming Up: Next: The Impact of Action Learning Sets and more with Chris Hewitt Soon: Being Human in Business with Philippa White Key Words coaching, improvisation, evidence-based coaching, psychological research, flexibility of thinking, collaboration, creative thinking, solo scripted show, personal development

Duration:00:29:55

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S5 Episode 32: Open Table: Coaching and Grief with Peronel Barnes and Lis Whybrow

6/29/2024
How can you use coaching with grief? is one of the two questions we get asked more than any other. (The other one is about coaching and neurodiversity) At today’s open table, Claire Pedrick MCC, Peronel Barnes PCC, and Lis Whybrow think together about coaching and grief, sharing their personal experiences and interests. They emphasise the importance of understanding that people might be out of balance rather than broken, acknowledging and managing different types of emotions, and how important it is for coaches - and for everyone - to be more able to talk about grief. Some resources for coaching with grief: ListenWith the End in MindBeing MortalThe Art of Dying WellFinal GiftsTalking with Bereaved PeopleThe Grieving BrainThe Beauty of What Remains Grief WorksGood Grief Dear LifeSurviving the Tsunami of GriefTransitions Contact: Peronel Barnes Lis Whybrow website and Linked In And contact Claire through info@3dcoaching.com If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. Coming Up: Next Week: The Benefits of Improvisation in Coaching with Julie Flower Soon: Open Table - The Power of Noticing in Coaching Key Words coaching, grief, conversations, listening, emotions, therapy, death, dying, Peronel Barnes, Lis Whybrow, Claire Pedrick

Duration:00:30:19

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S4 Episode 31: Challenging and Myth-Busting in Coaching with Ben Dooley MCC

6/26/2024
Claire Pedrick MCC is in conversation with Ben Dooley MCC today. They discuss the importance of challenging and myth-busting in coaching, as well as the journey that led Ben to coaching. They explore the contradictions and inconsistencies in coaching training and language, such as the idea of being an expert while claiming not to be one. They also delve into the power of precision and specificity in coaching, and the need to ask clear and intentional questions. Ben shares his least favourite question in coaching and offers alternative ways to approach it. Takeaways Contact Ben Dooley And contact Claire through info@3dcoaching.com Coming Up: Next: Open Table - Coaching and Grief with Peronel Barnes and Lis Whybrow Soon: The Impact of Action Learning Sets and more with Chris Hewitt You can watch this episode on YouTube. If you like The Coaching Inn, subscribe or follow on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. Keywords coaching, challenging, myth-busting, contradictions, inconsistencies, precision, specificity, intentional questions

Duration:00:38:01

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S4 Episode 30: Letting Go of Models and Being Fully Yourself as a Coach with Marie Quigley

6/19/2024
Claire Pedrick talks to fellow MCC and coach Marie Quigley about her coaching journey and her multiple accreditations with Marie shares her experience of training as a coach and the challenges she faced in taking the leap. She discusses the importance of being fully present with clients and the difference between mentor coaching and supervision. Marie emphasises the value of listening for echoes and allowing clients to hear their own essence. She encourages coaches to do their learning and training, but also to let go of models and be fully themselves in their coaching practice. Contact Marie through Linked In or www/empower-world.com If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Mythbusting Coaching with Ben Dooley MCC Soon: Moving Away from the Fixer Mindset with Chris Hewitt Key Words coaching journey, accreditations, training, mentor coaching, supervision, presence, listening for echoes

Duration:00:35:49

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S4 Episode 29: Become a Successful First-Time CEO with David Roche

6/12/2024
In this episode of The Coaching Inn, Claire Pedrick interviews David Roche, a former CEO, coach, mentor, and author. David shares his journey from working in retail to becoming a successful first-time CEO. He discusses the importance of being a generalist and the value of coaching and mentoring for CEOs. David talks about his book, 'Become a Successful First Time CEO,' which offers insights and stories from his own experience and other CEOs. He is passionate about the need for better support and coaching for first-time CEOs to ensure their success. Contact: David@greyareacoaching.com claire@3dcoaching.com If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Letting Go of Models and Being Fully Yourself as a Coach with Marie Quigley Soon: The Benefits of Improvisation in Coaching with Julie Flower Key Words coaching, CEO, mentor, author, retail, journey, generalist, specialist, book industry, support, success

Duration:00:33:07

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S4 Episode 28: Open Table - Coaching and Higher Education

6/8/2024
"Scaling coaching up to 600 students is possible and can have a significant impact." Sarah Brooks Today, Claire Pedrick hosts a conversation with Su Blanch, Claire Revell, Sarah Brooks, Sarah Marston and Jim Robinson about coaching and education - particularly but not exclusively higher education. Guests share their experiences and insights. Topics discussed include incorporating coaching into the curriculum, the value of reflection and thinking space for students, and the challenges of scaling coaching approaches. We touch on the importance of creating a coaching culture within educational institutions and the potential benefits for both students and staff. Here are Sarah Brooks’ articles Why Thinking Critically about Career Choices is Important | Edge FoundationThe Career Development Plan: how large-group teaching helps to embed employability into the University curriculum for Business and Management students | Edge Foundation Contact Details for everyone via Linked In: Su BlanchClaire RevellSarah BrooksSarah MarstonJim Robinson If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. Coming Up: Next Episode: Become a Successful First-Time CEO with David Roche Soon: Why I Chose to Train with 3D Coaching - Shaney Crawford Key Words coaching, higher education, curriculum, reflection, thinking space, scaling coaching, coaching culture, funding, resources

Duration:00:44:22

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S4 Episode 27 - Creating Psychological Safety with Helen Pattison from War Child

6/5/2024
We know that we can gain useful insights by hearing what’s happening in different contexts and making meaning in our own. So today Claire is talking to Helen Pattison, Chief Executive of War Child UK, about the importance of psychological safety for children in war zones. She highlights the need for children to have a safe environment where they can thrive, play, and interact with others. War Child focuses on providing evidence-based interventions to help children recover from trauma, such as art therapy, sports interventions, and music. We talk about the power of music in making people feel better and reconnecting them to their ancestral stories. She also discusses the challenges of ensuring psychological safety for both staff members in the UK and local staff on the ground in conflict zones. You can donate to War Child here: www.warchild.org.uk Here is the story of the walks that began with Claire and Helen and a handful of others. Check out Claire’s latest walking movement - Coaches Walking If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. Coming Up: Saturday: Open Table: Coaching and Higher Education Key Words psychological safety, children, war zones, trauma, evidence-based interventions, art therapy, sports interventions, music, ancestral stories, staff safety

Duration:00:33:31

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S4 Episode 26: Whiteness, Wealth and Power with Remi Adekoya

5/29/2024
Remi Adekoya discusses power, privilege, and wealth through the lens of his experiences growing up in Nigeria and Poland. He explores how perceptions of race and economic development shape hierarchies and social dynamics. Remy emphasises the importance of economic success in challenging racial inequalities and calls for the empowerment of black African nations. He also highlights the role of hierarchies in society and how people's perceptions and behaviours are influenced by power and privilege. Read Remi’s book : Whiteness, Wealth and Power If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Psychological Safety with Helen Pattison from War Child Key Words power, privilege, wealth, race, economic development, hierarchies, social dynamics, black African nations

Duration:00:32:58

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S5 Episode 25: Coaching and Physical Intelligence with Claire Dale

5/22/2024
In this episode, Claire Pedrick interviews Claire Dale, a former choreographer and founder of the Physical Intelligence Institute. They discuss the role of the body and embodiment in coaching and leadership. Claire Dale shares her journey from choreography to coaching and explains how physical intelligence can enhance leadership skills. They explore the concept of an embodied model of leadership, which includes authority, inspiration, compassion, and analytical thinking. They also discuss the importance of flow in conversations and the use of movement and breath in coaching. Find out more www.physicalintelligenceinstitute.com/coachtraining use code 3DSPECIAL to get £400 off Contact Claire Dale on Linked In If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Whiteness, Wealth and Power with Remi Adekoya Soon: Letting Go of Models and Being Fully Yourself as a Coach with Marie Quigley Keywords coaching, leadership, body, embodiment, physical intelligence, choreography, authority, inspiration, compassion, analytical thinking, flow, movement, breath, Claire Pedrick, Claire Dale

Duration:00:37:20

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S4 Episode 24: Claire Pedrick’s 3D Supervision Community with Guest Host Robbie Swale

5/17/2024
At the end of International Coaching Week, Robbie Swale from The Coach’s Journey interviews Claire Pedrick about her supervision community. They discuss the challenges of traditional one-to-one and group supervision and the need for a more accessible and affordable solution. Claire shares her journey of creating the supervision community, which offers different tiers of membership and live events for coaches to connect and learn from each other. The community provides a space for ongoing learning and support, allowing coaches to receive supervision based on their current workload. The conversation highlights the importance of welcome and hospitality in creating a thriving community. The conversation explores the benefits of group learning for coaches and the importance of community in coaching. It discusses the different tiers of the supervision community and how they cater to coaches at various stages of their career. Claire shares her vision for the future of the community and the importance of succession planning. Contact Claire Pedrick claire@3dcoaching.com https://www.patreon.com/clairepedrick www.3dcoaching.com Robbie Swale https://www.thecoachsjourney.com/ linkedin.com/in/robbieswale If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Coaching and Physical Intelligence with Claire Dale Soon: Open Table: Coaching and Higher Education Key Words supervision community, coaching, accessibility, affordability, learning, support, membership tiers, live events, ongoing learning, welcome, hospitality, coaching, group learning, supervision community, tiers, asynchronous communication, personal connection, succession planning, Coach’s Journey

Duration:00:45:48

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S4 Episode 23: Using Coaching in the Third Sector and much much more with Mark Bixter

5/15/2024
"Coaching is facilitating someone else to think, but you've just described it as facilitating someone to speak." In today’s episode, Mark Bixter speaks honestly and spaciously about his transition into coaching, driven by his passion for helping those in need. He highlights the importance of vulnerability coaching, creating a safe space for individuals to express their thoughts and feelings, and the value of facilitating meaningful conversation. Mark coaches with charities within the third sector and is committed to making coaching accessible and democratic in organisations supporting children's social work services, prison staff, young women, and people with mental health issues in the workplace. A great insight into working almost exclusively through associate relationships and the difference between coaching and being a coach. Contact Mark Bixter through https://www.markbixterlifecoach.co.uk/ or Linked In Find out more about The Forgiveness Project If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming Up: Next: Claire Pedrick’s 3D Supervision Community with Guest Host Robbie Swale Summary Soon: Psychological Safety with Helen Pattison, CEO of War Child Key Words coaching, charity sector, vulnerability, credibility, partnership, adaptation, associate coach, team, safe space, Mark Bixter, Claire Pedrick Key Words coaching, charity sector, vulnerability, associate coach, team, safe space, Mark Bixter, Claire Pedrick

Duration:00:39:06

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Bonus Episode: Why I chose Coach Training with 3D - with Shaney Crawford

5/11/2024
It took one of our students to remind us that a podcast on how we do what we do at 3D would be a great idea! In this bonus episode at the start of International Coaching Week, Claire Pedrick MCC interviews Shaney Crawford about her coaching journey and experiences. Shani shares how she discovered coaching through a podcast and her interest in becoming a better listener. She discusses the transformative impact her training with 3D had on her coaching skills. Shani also talks about her work as the head of an international school in Japan and her personal journey of overcoming addiction. The conversation highlights the importance of simplicity, containment, and truly hearing others in coaching. In this conversation, Claire and Shaney discuss the importance of creating a safe space for people to share their stories without interruption. They explore the distinction between those who feel obligated to share and those who genuinely need their story to be heard. Hear the journey of becoming an artful coach and the importance of narrowing the gap between your best and hardest coaching sessions. Shani shares her experiences with Action Learning Facilitator training and the challenges of transitioning from free clients to paid clients. They also touch on the idea of forming a community of coaching cohorts and the benefits of leaving space in online training for conversations. Contact Shaney through LinkedIn Find more about 3D’s Training And Claire’s Coaching Supervision Community If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Key Words coaching, journey, listener, training, transformation, international school, addiction, simplicity, containment, hearing, coaching, storytelling, safe space, interruption, artful coach, Action Learning Facilitator, paid clients, community, post-training conversations, Claire Pedrick, Level 1 Coach Training

Duration:00:39:04

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S4 Episode 22: Using Rhythm to Develop Teams - with Iris Clermont

5/8/2024
We have thought about the music of coaching for a while. However, the rhythm hasn’t been something we have focussed on. So today Claire is delighted to be in conversation with Iris Clermont, author of Team Rhythm. Iris is a musician, and (another mathematician) and coach and brings new and innovative insights to the team development space using rhythm. Contact Iris through Linked In If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. You can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming up: Next: Using Coaching in the Third Sector and much much more with Mark Bixter Soon: Whiteness, Wealth and Power with Remi Adekoya Keywords team rhythm, business, engagement, empowerment, music, rhythm, patterns, flow, communication, conflict resolution, listening skills, Iris Clermont, Claire Pedrick

Duration:00:30:12

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S4 Episode 21: How to Listen with Oscar Trimboli

5/1/2024
Shaney Crawford, one of our listeners in Japan, emailed info@3dcoaching.com and said: You have to invite Oscar Trimboli to The Coaching Inn. So we connected on Linked In, and Oscar said yes! Oscar shares the story of his journey to listening, which began in 2008 when he was in a video conference with his team at Microsoft. Now he researches listening. This episode is one to revisit several times. Oscar’s latest book How to Listen. giveaways are gone. Nevertheless info@3dcoaching.com to share one thing that you know now that you didn’t know before as a result of insights you have built out of today’s episode. We’d love to hear from you. Contact Oscar Trimboli through his website https://www.oscartrimboli.com/ If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn and you’ll be able to hear new episodes as they drop. And you can watch this episode, with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming up: Open Table: Coaching and Grief with Peronel Barnes and Lis Whybrow Keywords listening, communication, hearing, silence, language, culture, storytelling, presence, Oscar Trimboli, Claire Pedrick

Duration:00:35:49

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S4 Episode 20: From The Archives - 3D Book Group - Simplifying CoachingFrom the Archives - 3D Book Group - Simplifying Coaching

4/27/2024
In 2021, Claire hosted a book group to explore questions and insights emerging from the first readers of Simplifying Coaching. We thought you might like to listen again - or for the first time. So here's a feature length compilation with an exploration of every chapter. You can buy Simplifying Coaching from major online retailers. Or get a personalised signed copy from the 3D shop. And if you like it, please leave a review or rating on Amazon or Goodreads. Coming Soon: Open Table: Coaching and Grief Keywords: coaching, simplifying coaching, journey, listening, beginnings, questions, exploring, coaching, conversations, co-exploration, insights, tools, check-in, ending, coaching, language, second language, vulnerability, trust, mastery, Claire Pedrick

Duration:01:57:32

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S4 Episode 19: Using Metaphor in Coaching, the ICF exam, and Neurodiversity with Lyssa de Hart MCC

4/24/2024
Lyssa de Hart talks with Claire Pedrick about her personal and professional journey, including her transition from therapy to coaching and her experiences with dyslexia and ADHD. They explore Lyssa's book, Light Up the Science of Coaching with Metaphors, and its use in facilitating different ways of thinking. And plenty of rich stuff about the ICF exam and the importance of documenting hours and maintaining records for future accreditations. Here’s the information about ICF exam prep with Lyssa Contact Lyssa de Hart https://lyssadehart.com/ Check out this episode on video with subtitles on our YouTube Channel Coming soon: Using Coaching in the Third Sector and much much more with Mark Bixter Keywords: coaching journey, ICF exam, metaphors, cognitive load, ICF credentialing, Lyssa deHart, Claire Pedrick

Duration:00:37:07

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S4 Episode 18: Coaching and the Advice Monster with Michael Bungay Stanier

4/17/2024
Today Claire Pedrick MCC is talking with author Michael Bungay Stanier who, like Claire, is passionate about simplicity and clarity in his work. The conversation explores Michael's personal journey and experiences, the importance of self-management and facilitating conversations, and the power of asking questions. Michael’s new book How To Work With Almost Anyone talks about 'keystone conversation' to discuss how to collaborate effectively before delving into the actual work. It’s like 3D’s rightsizing! Contact Michael through https://www.mbs.works/ Contact claire@3dcoaching.com If you like this episode, subscribe or follow The Coaching Inn on your podcast platform to hear new episodes as they drop. Coming Up: Next: Using Metaphor in Coaching, the ICF exam, and Neurodiversity with Lyssa de Hart MCC Soon: Using Rhythm to Develop Teams - with Iris Clermont Key Words: coaching, conversations, deep listening, keystone conversations, working relationships, possibility virus, humility, authenticity, repairing relationships

Duration:00:33:42

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S4 Episode 17: Time to Think meets Simplifying Coaching with Anne Hathaway and Claire Pedrick

4/10/2024
The most frequent question Claire is asked is When are you going to talk about Time to Think at The Coaching Inn ? So today’s guest is Anne Hathaway. Anne met Nancy Kline by coincidence in the early 1990s and has been deeply involved in Thinking Environment work since then. The actions we take are only as good as the thinking behind them. And we have an interesting exploration about respect and positive regard. If you haven’t read Time to Think, take a look! Contact Anne: www.annehathaway.co.uk And if you love this episode, please share it and rate it! Before you go - we’ll never use the podcast to directly sell you anything, but we’re always here for a chat if you are thinking about doing something with us Keywords coaching, thinking environment, Time to Think, deep respect, listening, journey, supervision training, reflective practice

Duration:00:40:21

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S4 Episode 16: SPECIAL Open Table - New Coaches Journey

4/6/2024
I went out to my supervision community and asked new coaches: What are you learning? I expected us to talk about business development, and this wonderful group dived straight into what they are learning about the art of coaching - the technical stuff and the human stuff and a tiny peek at business development. We talked about Action Learning Set Facilitator TrainingPre-Recorded MasterclassesMelissa HagueSarah ShortKeeley Vuong White Thank you Emily RappittFebronia RuoccoKristin BreussMaria FernandesPenny van den Berg They will be back at The Coaching Inn before the end of the year! Keywords coaching, new coaches, training, active listening, holding space, silence, patience, courage, growth, coaching, self-care, rest, instincts, business, continuous learning, props, creativity, transformative

Duration:00:55:16