Ultimately my goal for the clients I work with is they outgrow me in a certain amount of time—three, six, nine sessions, however long it takes for them to be able to achieve their goals.
Then they don’t need me anymore.
That’s something I really love, when I get a coaching session and they say, ‘You know what, I’m actually feeling pretty good, I’ve worked out what I need for things to work out. I have the relationship I want or the career I want, I’ve solved the challenge and now I’m good.’
So this is really attractive to people who are committed to being able to move forward in their lives, which is wonderful.
The other thing I love about coaching—and I know a lot of people who come into our school love about coaching‚is coaching attracts people who are working on themselves but are also saying, ‘Hey. I’m not perfect, just because I’m the coach doesn’t mean I’m the guru.
"I’m a human and I’m standing next to you as I guide you through this next phase of your life.’"
So there’s a lot of camaraderie.
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