Relationship Coach Magic: Become a Relationship Coach That Gets Results

Do you really want to become a relationship coach that transforms relationships? I recently found a tool that is nothing less than relationship coach magic. It’s simple, but requires skill on the part of the relationship coach to paint a compelling enough vision to get their clients to buy into it. And it also requires you to become a relationship coach who can hold their clients accountable during the initial implementation process.

When You Become a Relationship Coach, Remember This Magic Pill

Here is the best kept relationship coach magic pill: Become a relationship coach who gets their clients to find a new boyfriend or girlfriend. That’s it. Dump the old relationship into the trash, never to look at it again.

That’s horrible! Right? Did you study to become a relationship coach only to get people to give up? Of course not. But that’s the point. Most relationships don’t work. In the U.S., over 50% of marriages end in divorce. About 60% of men cheat on their wives and 40% of women cheat on their husbands. What’s a relationship coach to do?

Become a relationship coach who gets their clients to see the cost of living their lives the way they are currently living. Most people won’t make changes until they feel the pain that results from their actions, and only then do they wish they could make changes. But for most people, it’s too late. But not if they have you as their relationship coach. You can take them there virtually, just like the ghost of Christmas Past, Present & Future did for Ebenezer Scrooge.

A Relationship Coach Needs to Know When Enough is Enough

Once your relationship coach clients experience that type of pain, they will be ready for some drastic steps. This means that you need to become a relationship coach who gets their clients to stop treating their spouse like a spouse, and start treating their partner like they did when they first met. They need to spice it up, make it fun, and stop trying to control everything.

This may not be so easy, but you don’t believe it can happen then neither will your relationship coach clients. You may have to become a relationship coach who experiences it in their own relationships first. But if you do, make sure you get some good accountability coaching so you don’t give up before you start getting results.

Colette Seymann
JTS Advisors Bi-Designated Strategy and Accountability Coach

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