Coaching with systemic perspective, a new approach of the learning teaching does not exist, only exists the learning from the direct dialogue. Scrates When it was playing better, was not trying to control my blows with car instructions and evaluation. It saw the ball clearly, it chose where it wanted to stick it, and left happened. Surprising, the blows more were controlled when it did not try to control them. Tim Gallwey The vehicle of Kocs: icon of coaching Between centuries XV and XVI the Hungarian city of Kocs, located to about 70 km of Budapest, became shutdown forced for the trips between this city and Vienna. In these trips vehicles with a unique system of suspension began to be used. This system allowed to go to greater speed with more stability. It allowed that the processes of acceleration of the vehicle, to make run more to the horses, to change them with more frequency or to reinforce them, could be realised without losing balance.
Thus, soon it was spoken of the vehicle of Kocs, – kocsi szekr in Hungarian, like Symbol of the excellence in the function to transport people from a place to another one. The term kocsi happened to the Spanish like car, to the German like kutsche, Italian like cocchio. The English term coach, it is therefore of Hungarian origin. Wire drawing by horses meant a covered vehicle in order to transport people. Metaphorically, coaching also transports people from a place to another one. Of the place where they are where they want to go. Being the etimologa of coaching very significant of its function, the symbol of excellence of vehicle of Kocs it can be an icon of coaching.