Do You Have a Coach in Your Life?
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- They affirm your self-worth- Coaches can typically recognize your strengths and weaknesses as a person. They not only suggest ways to remedy weaker aspects of life, but also build up your talents and abilities. This often includes identifying your best qualities as a person too.
- They help make productive changes- A good coach is close enough to be your friend, yet distant enough to tell you when you may be headed in the wrong direction. If you can sense a bad habit or kink in your routine, ask a trusted coach for ways you can improve. A great coach will notice the weakness beforehand and already be prepared with an answer.
- They guide you toward answers- Rather than just giving solutions to your problems, coaches provide a path toward answers. This process helps you learn and be guided for next time.
- They can sense your limits- If it’s time to slow down or eliminate a negative aspect from your life, a coach provides perspective. Good coaches can tell when you’re at your best, can tell you when to slow down, and know when enough is enough.