Hiring a coach is a tough decision. And it’s likely a pretty hearty investment, of both your time and money. Which make . hiring a coach a hard decision.
This can be in regards to any aspect of life – business, fitness, spiritual, relationship, a tutor, whatever you might need.
So today I bring you three simple questions you can ask yourself to determine whether it’s time to hire a coach.
You’ll need a pen and paper for this one my friend. We are helping you determine if now is the time to invest in help, or start searching for some.
Three simple questions to help you GET REAL with yourself. Maybe you don’t need a coach. But maybe you do and you’re making excuses or using finances as a road block. Finances are not a road block. I’ve seen people come up with the money like it was magic when they understand the value and change they are going to experience through a given program. I’ve seen cheer moms come up with thousands of dollars literally overnight in order to keep their kid in the sport they love.
So, do you need to hire a coach? Listen to today’s episode and answer the questions in total honesty. You should end up with a pretty clear decision.
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