If you’ve been listening to the podcast recently, you know that one of my predictions for 2020 is that it’s going to be even more critical to step up as a great coach this year. In this episode, I’ll not only be revealing what to do to become a better coach, but I’ll be sharing what you need to stop doing in order to be the best coach you can be for yourself, your clients and your industry!
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In the episode you’ll hear:
What is the big difference between teaching and coaching
The way you can actually help coach someone out of overwhelm
Before you can effectively coach others, you must do this…
What I think of giving unsolicited advice and how a coach can give real value
Why acting as a cheerleader is not going to help your clients (or you as a coach)
What you’re really doing when you’re not being brutally honest with the people you work with
Don’t buy into your clients’ B.S. – and what to do instead!