It never ceases to amaze me how the most successful people tend to hire a coach and even multiple coaches while people who are not successful do not.
And this latter group tends not to improve either. Or, if they do, it’s a prolonged process.
The first coach I ever hired was a Tony Robbins Results Coach.
That coach told me something that astounded me: Tony has not one or two but several coaches.
And I remember how blown away I was about that.
Then I started thinking about how...
Let me start by saying I love being a productivity coach.
I truly love it when people come to me overwhelmed, frustrated, and feeling hopeless, and leave feeling peaceful, happy, and in control.
While most clients are awesome and get a lot of value from our time together (their words, not mine), three things break my heart about being a productivity coach.
In no particular order…
1. Clients giving up
I’ve been both a coach and a client. So, I understand both sides of the...
Do you need a coach?
The short answer is: only if you want to become a better person than you are today!
There's a reason high performers are high performers: they seek out help (in coaches) to help them keep getting better. If high performers invest in coaches, why wouldn't you?
It never ceases to amaze me that most successful (and wealthy) people hire multiple coaches while people who are not, don’t. And they don’t improve. Or if they do, it is a slower process.
13 reasons why...