Will Your Coaching Strategy Allow You To Survive Coming Financial Storms?

Winter is coming, and only the coaches with the best coaching strategy will survive. We are just transitioning into a new season, a new economy. The past 20 years has been the financial equivalent of fall. We’ve been enjoying the benefits of the harvest. We have been consuming like crazy over the past 10 years. In winter, however, there is less to consume. If you keep consuming at the rate you have been, you won’t survive. If you are like most people, you’ll feel you won’t survive and will stop trying. You’ll shut down and do nothing. Or worse, panic and sell your house, your cars, and quit working. We have only seen the beginning according to many financial experts. When the “Recovery” is over, things are going to get worse.

A Coaching Strategy For The Winter Season

In a business with low overhead, you can not only survive, but possibly even thrive when others can’t. That is if your coaching strategy is to focus on helping others get what they want. The season for coaches who focus on abundance is there for everyone as long as they ask is over. This is the time to step up and make a difference for others at a level you have never needed to before.

Some People Freeze To Death In Winter While Others Ski

Whether you survive or thrive during the next few years comes down to how committed you are to making a difference. How committed you are to helping others, to having your life mean something. There’s no room for a Plan B in the life coaching business; it only detracts from Plan A. There has never been a better time than now to develop the mindset to make a difference in the world. And in the process you will find your life becoming better as well.

Give this strategy a try and see for yourself that it works. If you liked this coaching tip, leave a comment or use the handy bookmark buttons below to share it with others on Facebook, Twitter, Digg, etc. Thanks!

Colette Seymann
JTS Advisors Bi-Designated Strategy and Accountability Coach

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