Super Bowl teams, World Series winners, the top seeds in tennis – all have had coaches to help them get there. And they continue to work with coaches after they’ve achieved success. It’s exactly the same in business. Many business owners have made it on their own talent and are running profitable businesses. But have they tapped their true potential?
That said, coaching isn’t magic. It’s about focus and direction. And I don’t do the heavy lifting for you. As your coach, I teach, encourage, and challenge. I will give you the knowledge, tools, and vision to take your business to the next level. I will root you on when you hit the inevitable roadblocks, and push when you need to press on. Ultimately, you will enjoy the financial and lifestyle benefits that come with reaching your full potential.
If you are considering working withhiring a business coach, there are three
questions you need to answer before making a decision:
1. What would you like to achieve in your business? The answer to this
question is often, “More Profit”, “More Time”, or “A Better Team.” But take the
time to examine the issues you are struggling with and/or the goals you have yet
2. Can I, as your business coach, help you achieve that goal? We both need to
answer this question. I will not take on a client unless I am certain I can help to
significantly improve a business and essentially make the coaching free within
3. Are you willing to invest the time and effort to do what’s required to make
the changes necessary to accomplish your goal?
No matter what level of success a business owner has achieved, by taking deliberate
action they can change their business – and their lives. Just ask my clients.