You Can’t Fix Yourself. You Need A Coach

EDGY Insights

There’s somebody out there who has already done it before. It doesn’t matter what your goal is or what you would like to improve, there’s somebody out there with a lot more experience than you who is willing to help you get to where you want to be.

Your mission is to find them, pay them, and do exactly what they tell you to do.

In other words, you need more coaching in your life.

That’s a lesson all high performers have learned. You can’t fix yourself because you can’t look at yourself objectively.

You don’t see your form or hear your tone like a coach will.

All the emotional baggage in your head like how hard you are trying and how badly you want it throw off your judgment.

Your true results get lost in the process. You can’t see things clearly.

Which is why you need a coach.

Someone to see you as you are. Someone to take you from where you are to where you want to be.

They’ve made mistakes that you’re going to make – unless you adjust. They have found breakthrough and innovation in a thousand possible opportunities that you haven’t even uncovered yet.

You can accelerate your results and progress by simply using the lessons they have already learned.

  • Looking for baking lessons to improve your catering business? There’s probably a YouTube channel with plenty of advice for you.
  • Looking for business advice on how to launch a new product to existing customers? There are plenty of online courses and experts ready to help you.
  • Looking to lose 20 pounds or run a faster 5K? There are people who can help you right where you live.

Some of that advice you need is free.

But you’ll get better results and find yourself more committed when you pay for coaching.

You’re invested when it’s coming out of your budget. You’re more likely to do what needs to be done when you’re sacrificing for long-term success.

There isn’t a good excuse for staying stuck. Getting unstuck is just a bit of inspiration away

Something your coach is about to tell you. Go find one.

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