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Coaches Make the Difference
June 9th, 2017
Coaches can be the difference between winning at business or losing. Every small business owner should have one. They keep you focused on the game. Coaches provide:
I can hear small business owners now, saying “I’d like those things, but I can’t afford a coach.”
It probably should be the other way around, “you can’t afford to not have a coach.” Coaches facilitate transition, change, and success. Here are some tips for success:
- Take total responsibility
- Risk sharing your thoughts and feelings with others
- Bring your beliefs to a Conscious Awareness
- Develop an Awareness of Character and Persona
- Listen to Feedback
- Consider finding a Coaching Process
- Be Flexible
The job of owning a small business is a lonely place and there is no substitute for have a sounding board and receiving good advice. Some of the challenges facing small business owners include:
- What do I need to learn?
- Commitments to grow as a leader?
- What resources do I need?
- Potential Problems or Obstacles?
- Measures of success?
Coaches are not teachers but they teach. They provide attention to all the little details that go wrong when you are trying to achieve peak performance. Coaches put more of the things we do into a routine so we can focus on results. They listen closely and keep you on track by providing feedback and let you know where you are falling short. A good coach breaks down performance into its critical individual components and then gets you to focus on the fine details that make a difference.
The essence of good coaching is to get you to think, and about the right things. When you find a coach that is the master of both the skill and coaching, the resulting impact tends to be enormous. Top athletes have coaches! Hire a coach and gain the winning advantage.
In addition to coaching support, I can deliver a full range of advisory services representing a more affordable and efficient solution.