Trying to convince your clients to commit to the coaching sessions is a challenge that many coaches face.
Just like anything we do in our job, life, sport etc., we perform best when we are fully committed and motivated to achieving the outcome or task.
Now that you are bursting with new energy and inspiration, this last part of the series is about empowering you to commit to some practical steps that will jolt you into action when you’re done!
This part of the series will raise some questions that you can use to challenge some commonly held mindsets to see what options you may have- some of which you do not know or think are available to you!
Many people go through anxiety when faced with the reality of retirement. The feeling of being lost is understandable because often the employee whose retirement is imminent does not know what the future holds.
If the ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step we take just gets us to the wrong place faster- Stephen Covey
Coaching is a powerful tool that can help to improve families, businesses and society. However, as a coach you can use your skills and expertise on a far wider platform than in a face-to-face or virtual coaching session by serving on a board.
Do I need a coach? Is coaching for me? Can it improve the various areas of life that I am struggling with? If these are questions you have asked yourself, you are not alone.
Name any great achiever throughout recorded history and, if you dig just a little deep, you discover one critical fact—they had a coach.