Will coaching be your vitamin or your advil?

Updated: 5 days ago

We all have our individual paths in life -- complete with our own passions, ambitions and circumstances. Piggy backing on our last post "Coaching is the new exercising", we believe that coaching is here to stay. The question is not whether you’ll engage in coaching, it’s how?

For some of us, coaching will become our daily vitamin. We’ll cling to the relationship we’ve built with our coach for years in order to ensure we stay engaged in being who we want to be and remain focused on taking the steps required to achieve what we want to become. For these, coaching gives us consistent and small nudges throughout our lives to ensure we keep on course.

For others, coaching will be more like the occasional Advil to handle the acute issue that presents itself. Ideally, we’ll be able to call on a coach with whom we’ve established a relationship and pick up right where we left off.

In either case, one of the most important elements to ensure success in a coaching engagement is the chemistry.

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