Why Should You Get a Coach?
What’s easier: Working toward your goals alone through trial and error, or seeking the guidance and direction from someone who knows how it’s done. Come on… The answer’s pretty obvious. When you seek the advice of someone who has been through it before, you can then avoid certain mistakes, in addition to not wasting precious time and energy. That’s the power of having a life coach.
Imagine what you could be achieving right now if you were armed with a strategy and the right yourself armed with a set plan and just the right advice, what you could be achieving, earning or knocking heads with? What’s the old saying? “two heads are better than one,” coaches head and your.
I’ve compiled seven of my top reasons why you should consider a coach:
1. Builds confidence. You know you’re under the guidance of someone who knows how to navigate you to success through proven strategies.
2. Guided plan. Sure, you can draft up a plan by yourself, but when you write out your plans with the help of a coach, you know you’re getting a realistic plan that works! Your coach will know shortcuts and can help you stay accountable as well.
3. Conflicts. Coaches can help you cope with current conflicts and tensions in your life. They can also give you tips on how to avoid similar situations in the future.
4. Personal attention. Coaching allows you to get one on one attention. This is great because you can be personally guided, with no interruptions along your chosen path. If you run into struggles, your coach will be there to provide expertise, support and advice.
5. Dealing with challenges. Things will not always go according to plan. When you hit a snag, your coach can help you overcome the challenges and steer you in the correct direction. You can feel comfortable knowing that you’re receiving expert guidance.
6. Versatility. You can decide how you’d like to use your coach. Do you want help with short-term goals or long-term goals? Perhaps you’d like both. It’s all negotiable. The coach will encourage you to work on what feels right for you.
7. Enthusiasm. Your coach generally has great amounts of enthusiasm for their work, which will naturally rub off on you. Sometimes it may be difficult to keep your focus and motivation levels up, but thankfully, inspiration is one of the main reasons why coaches exist.
“It is impossible to be greater than the sum of your thoughts, a man thinketh so is he” Dawn Davis Lawrence