Everyone Needs a Coach
You have everything you could ever ask for, right? You have all the money you need. You have great friends. You have a deeply loving and passionate relationship. You feel fulfilled in your work. You manage your time well. Your world is in perfect order. It doesn’t get any better than this! Your life is perfect! What are you going to do next?
Maybe that doesn’t describe you. Maybe you would like to have a little more financial security. Maybe your relationship could use a good de-stresser, or even a little more fire and passion. Maybe you could use a purpose to your life, to find your “calling”.
No matter where you are in life, there is always the same question right there in front of you: What are you going to do next?
That’s where I come in. The job of a coach is to help you to do your best. As your coach, I will help you:
- Identify your needs and wants
- Identify your options for achieving them
- Identify the obstacles to their fulfillment
- Remove those obstacles
- Motivate You
- Hold You Accountable
- Point You at Available Resources
- Ensure Your Success
Every athlete knows the value of a coach. No athlete worth anything would ever consider competing without a coach to help them perform at their best. Because the athlete knows that the coach brings something to the table that they can not: A different perspective.
What is true for sports is true for life. Coaches are not just for athletes. They are for everyone.
- The CEO leading a fortune 500 company needs a coach to help them lead their company into new markets, new product lines, or new levels of productivity
- The Investor needs a coach to help them evaluate objectively, and keep their emotions out of the game
- Small business owners need a coach to help them push their business forward, and help it grow
- The unemployed or underemployed need a coach to help them move in, up, over, or out
- The student needs a coach to help them perform at their best, and shape their future
- New Parents needs help to not only survive the transition to parenthood, but to thrive in their new roles as parents
I promise you: no matter who you are, no matter what you already know, or even how much you already make, you can always do even better!
So, who is a coach NOT for? Losers. People who have no ambition. People who refuse to do anything to improve their lives. People who are satisfied with the status quo, and are willing to lose what they have before they would be willing to exert any effort to get more. Not that a coach can’t help those people, if they were willing. It’s just that they aren’t willing to be helped.
Which are you? Are you satisfied with your life the way it is? Or are you willing to treat your life as seriously as an athlete treats their sport, and get a coach?