I think as a coach you need to have experienced coaching. Equally I think if you really believe in it as a discipline you would have a coach.
I’ve always had a coach. When I worked in corporate back in the day it was provided for me, then went I went self employed I paid for it. I knew I was investing in myself and my future.
I had a sounding board, someone who got it. Someone who understood my world. Someone who “got” me.
It wasn’t a well intended friend. It wasn’t my partner. It’s wasn’t a family friend.
I found that I made better decisions. I achieved more. I achieved the promotions and the increase in salary I desired. I felt unstoppable and my mindset was bulletproof.
Then, in business it just made great business sense to get myself a coach. I usually have a couple. It’s not greedy it’s just great business sense. Play to your strengths and seek support with the growth you need.
Having a coach makes me a better coach.
Think of an elite athlete, they have physical coaches, nutrition coaches, performance coaches, mindset coaches. Their performance and their ability to perform is their business.
So, if you’re sitting there considering a coach, how do you find the right coach for you? Are you doing your due diligence, and how are you doing it to find the best coach / mentor for you?
1) What are their client results?
2) What are their qualifications?
3) Are their values aligned to yours?
4) Are they accessible and responsive?
Here’s some questions about you…
5) Are YOU coachable?
6) Are you really ready to take action?
Be really honest, are you ready? Is this for you? Now armed with your key questions, go out and find the RIGHT coach for you!
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