Who loves to get personal coaching training from their mother-in-law? I admit I have a rare relationship with my mother-in-law. I don’t think of her as the stereotype, she is more like a hero. Today she got an award with a crowd of 500 people giving her a standing ovation for one of her lifetime achievements in contributing to the lives of others. It made me realize that many coaches would love to be in her shoes, and that she is highly qualified to provide personal coach training.
Personal Coaching Training For The Brave
If you think of the old adage, “Be”, “Do”, “Have” what do you imagine for yourself? Do you imagine standing up on a stage, receiving an award, giving an inspiring speech and then viewing a crowd of people giving you a standing ovation? Or do you think of the people whose lives you’ve touched.
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I’m sure there are many people who would admire and even covet the accomplishments and awards my mom has received. Being that person is not what got her to where she is today. She worked hard and selflessly sacrificed her time and resources to make a difference for the lives of others. She didn’t just sit behind a desk and think of ideas, she was in the trenches. Yet every time she gets one of these awards she admits that it’s nice, but not as important to her as family.
The point of this personal coaching training is that aspiring for greatness alone is hollow. It’s about being the person who is committed enough to get the results. To really stand out and make a contribution. To create a vision that touches others in a way that inspires them to take action. When you live that type of life the reward is measured in your clients lives changed for the better, and any other recognition comes as an unexpected surprise.
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