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Coaching benefits you may not have thought of
Are you on the sidelines wishing you were in the game, leading the life you want? Think about the athletes that want to be successful. If they want to be competitive in a sport, they hire a coach. A coach brings objectivity and strategy to the table. A coach gets to know the athlete and determines how to best work with and motivate them to achieve their goals.
Picture having your own personal coach, providing . . .
. . . for your job, your relationships, your stresses, your uncertainties, your procrastination–whatever is important to you. You would be unstoppable!
Coaching helps you get off the sidelines and leap into the life that you design, which will bring you things you want most. (I underline “you” because the coach doesn’t tell you what to do. Instead, the coach brings out your best ideas and decisions.)
Some questions you’ll discuss . . .
- What’s important about this to you?
- What will be different in your life if you achieve this?
- What is one step you could take toward this goal?
- What’s in your way? Let’s eliminate the roadblocks.
- What values are you staying true to?
You have the answers, the abilities and the gifts inside. Coaching will help you access them and put them to work for you.
I know I am biased, but time and time again I have seen coaching help individuals create the life they want, the life they need and a life that they love. Truly.