What do you need a coach for?
There are many reasons for needing a coach in our lives. In sports, a coach guides us toward success and helps develop our minds. It’s one thing to see the value in having a coach, but it’s another to actually implement them in our daily lives. This time of year during the NCAA Tournament, coaches are in the spotlight. This week in my #CJJblog I wanted to give you some tips and tricks on how to obtain a coach in your everyday life. Enjoy.
- Successful people. These people have coaches. High level executives and net worth individuals have many different guides to success. Do you want to become one someday? I suggest you bring on people to help teach you ways to become successful.
- Be creative. As personal coaches can sometimes be a bit expensive, here are a couple ways to be creative with the onboarding: create your own mastermind group, get involved with local non-profit organizations (get behind a cause), and study the masters. If you are unable to afford a personal one-on-one relationship (like most people), you may be forced to get creative. How do you get creative?
- Team of advisors. Another way to help you get through life is to create a team of advisors that you can call at any time. This group of people can be added to or subtracted from at any time. As you meet other brilliant people, you can mentally add them into this exclusive group for future advice.
Did You Know? Two of the four coaches in this year’s Final Four (John Beilein – Michigan and Jay Wright – Villanova) began their coaching careers locally here in Rochester, NY
Life Tip #36: What is the biggest room in the world? The room for improvement