Success Coaching: Personal Success Coach Tips to Get People Into Action in 3 Easy Steps

Who do you need to become to be a personal success coach?  How do you program your success coaching clients to help them achieve their goals?  Can you program yourself for success?  How do you provide value as a personal success coach?  What’s the missing link?  When your success coaching clients have motivational problems, it’s from a combination of fear and procrastination

Step I: Identify the Role of Personal Beliefs in Success Coaching

What drives motivation and how a personal success coach shifts someone’s motivation in a single success coaching session?  Beliefs; learned patterns that either get us results or don’t.  How do you change someone’s beliefs?

Step 2: Become a Personal Success Coach Who Uses their Client’s Brain

Think of an area where you or one of your success coaching clients have a limiting pattern.  Become a personal success coach who recognizes the unconscious set-points in your brain that control this pattern.  What do you focus on? Believe? Visualize? Say to yourself?  How do you breathe? Stand? Move?

Step 3: In Success Coaching as in All Else – No Pain, No Gain

The next step is to become a personal success coach who decides to change, or decides to help your success coaching clients to change.  People are motivated by avoiding pain or gaining pleasure.  Imagine what will you fail to accomplish if this pattern remains?  What will your deepest regret be?  What will you loose out on?  Also decide what you will gain by changing.  Decide how your life might look one year from now, five years from now, and even 10 years from now by just making that change now.

A Personal Success Coach Must Maintain the Change in Themselves and Their Clients

Finally you are ready to become a personal success coach who is ready to change the pattern, and help your success coaching clients do the same.  How do you change the pattern?  You can scramble it.  Play the old pattern like a movie, but change the details to make the movie silly and outrageous.  You can decide what you want to feel in a situation, and then ‘practice’ success over and over in your mind.  And once you make the change, make sure you have supportive peers to help you maintain the change until it becomes a new pattern.

Colette Seymann

JTS Advisors Designated Accountability Coach

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