Accountability through Coaching
1. Having a coach makes you more accountable.
This is one of the biggest benefits you can gain by having a coach. All of a sudden you become more accountable to follow through on whatever you’re procrastinating on or stopping yourself from doing. We all place limits on ourselves. We all have limiting beliefs and patterns that are holding us back, preventing us from fulfilling our true potential. When you have a coach who is able to push you beyond what you thought was possible, a breakthrough happens. Your entire belief system changes, and you take your life to another level.
Even if you already know what you need to do, you may not be doing it. Does that sound like you? A coach is someone that gets you to do it. They’re all about taking massive action and seeing the results. Without a coach, you’re only accountable to yourself – and that’s the problem for most people. When you’re only accountable to yourself, you can come up with stories and excuses of why you didn’t do it. With a coach, that would not work anymore. You’re accountable to another human being, which forces you to show up at a higher level.
2. Having a coach gives you insights into yourself.
Another valuable benefit of having a coach is the insight you get about yourself. Most people are not aware of patterns or behaviours and limiting beliefs that hold them back. Other times, it’s a way that they carry themselves, their body language or a subtle way that they’re communicating that is putting people off, preventing them from having success in their relationships. These patterns are often so ingrained in us, that they become unconscious. We’re unaware of them.
A coach is able to bring these to your attention in a gentle way and, if necessary, explore where they came from and how you can change them. Incredible transformations can take place within people just by making small changes to their way of thinking or how they are showing up. Most people you’re around on a daily basis won’t point out these things to you or give you feedback, but a good coach does. A good coach cares and is always honest with you.
3) Having a coach gives you a stronger sense of belief and self-confidence.
There are so many ways that we limit and hold ourselves back. There’s things that we WANT to do, but often aren’t doing simply because we don’t have the belief or confidence in ourselves. As a coach, I am on your side. My job is to help you understand your limiting belief patterns and learn what you are truly capable of so that you can step up and raise your standards to an entirely new level.
4) Having a coach gives you ideas you may never have thought of.
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Having a coach who is on your side means you have someone who’s interest is to work with you and your ideas. Being outside of the problem/situation, the coach is able to share perspectives and ideas that my not be apparent to you, hence getting you closer to achieving your goals.
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