"People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing." - Dale Carnegie
Finding the right coach for you is mostly about your gut. Maybe you hear a speaker that really engages you, or you visit a Web site that just “speaks your language" - and just like that, you've found your coach. If you need to dig deeper, most coaches will provide a complimentary telephone call where you can ask questions or enjoy a mini coaching session. You can use this opportunity to determine whether the chemistry is right between you and the coach.
In addition to checking in with your gut, look for a practice that specializes in your areas of interest and/or whose methods resonate with you. Many coaches can specialize in more than one area, but most have a “niche”. Some coaches incorporate a spiritual element into their practice, while others might use a lot of assessment tools. In my practice,
I focus on performance and wellness. I incorporate sports performance techniques, motivational tools, project management methodologies and Eastern and Western spiritual philosophies to address the importance of
To honor that, my approach often focuses on how much fun you’re having, which (ironically)generates serious impact on whatever game of life it is you want to win. There is a certain amount of fear and uncertainty that can accompany change, and bringing joy back into the picture is an important part of converting this energy into something productive.