These are my tips to test-drive your potential Coach
The world has some wonderful inspirational individuals who are successful in assisting you in developing yourself, your career and your financial status. The sphere of Personal Development is increasingly under the spotlight as people realise that attitude comes from within.
The scary fact is that we will test-drive a car before investing our money, but we tend to take people at face value. When in actual fact, investing in our self worth is far more important. The words “Life Skills Coach”, “Transformational Speaker”, or “Self help Specialist” do not automatically qualify someone as credible, or as someone who you should allow automatic access to your emotions.
We spend large amounts of time on research before choosing a wedding venue or a car dealership, yet we willy-nilly hand our emotions and/or personal selves over to a complete stranger. Seeing someone’s face on adverts does not mean that they are worthy to be a custodian of your inner emotions or business growth.
The following are pointers for people seeking a committed relationship with a Coach or Personal Development Specialist. These are my tips to test-drive your potential Coach:
I believe that it takes commitment and persistence work to build business and personal credibility, and the same can be said to achieve success.
The above questions will either ensure you that your new partner is the right person for the job, or have you reaching for your takkies pronto.