I believe coaching is guiding clients to achieve their goals.
A coach can see your blind spots, hold you accountable, be a source of new and creative ideas, celebrate your successes with you, be a source of strength when you feel defeated, and in my case, bring over thirty years of business experience.
Many of my clients feel that they know what they want to do, but don’t know how to do it. A coach provides the “how-to.” Then, there are some clients who feel lost because they don’t know what to do. A coach helps them uncover that missing element that creates the direction toward what has to be done to accomplish the goal.
Many of my clients feel frustrated because their business is running them instead of them running their business, they haven’t reached the financial or organizational place they had hoped to reach, and they feel overwhelmed with where to start to improve their situation.
Other clients have done a great job building their business. However, they are at the peak of their business and realize that employees are more difficult now to manage, their old processes and systems aren’t working, and they are on the verge of reaching the next stage of their business; only they don’t know how to get there.
If you have passion to succeed, are willing to get help with the resources you need and will be committed to using them, and you can visualize the positive outcome you desire, coaching can definitely take you to where you want to go.