Read This If You Want To Solve A Frustrating Problem Or Reach Your Full Potential
What do these successful people have in common?
- Leonardo DiCaprio
- Oprah Winfrey
- Bill Clinton
- Eric Schmidt (former Google CEO)
- Serena Williams
- Hugh Jackman
- Von Miller (Super Bowl MVP)
- Justin Bieber
- Chuck Liddell (UFC Champion)
- Andre Agassi
- Metallica (every member of the band)
They’ve all publicly acknowledged that a personal coach helped them accomplish at least one of these things:
- Taking their career, business, or life to the next level
- Breaking negative behavior patterns that held them back
- Overcoming devastating addictions
- Helping them through challenging relationship problems
- Reaching the pinnacle of their success
If some of the most successful people use coaches to help them live their best life, shouldn’t we?
Do they know something most other people don’t?
The Answer Is Yes!
Former Google CEO, Eric Schmidt, said it best after working with his coach…
“Every famous athlete, every famous performer has somebody who’s a coach. Somebody who can watch what they’re doing and say, Is that what you really meant? And give them perspective.”
Eric went on to say:
“The one thing that people are never good at is seeing themselves as others see them. A coach really, really helps.“
So let’s talk about how having a coach could help you solve a lingering problem or reach more of your full potential.
It All Starts With A Vision.
Step 1: The first thing we’ll do is clearly define a vision for you.
This is critical…here’s why.
The reason anybody wants to solve a life problem or achieve an important goal is…
…so they can experience a future version of life where things are better.
But most people focus more of their energy on thinking about the things in life they don’t like (a.k.a. focusing on what they don’t want).
And what you focus on becomes…your reality.
So we need to create a vision of what you do want so you can focus on that.
But there’s a catch.
It’s not just about having any vision for yourself.
For those people that do have a vision, it’s usually too vague.
If I told you to go West to get to the newest, hottest restaurant, that probably wouldn’t help you much, right?
But if I gave you the exact address, you could plug it into your GPS and it would take you exactly where you wanted to go.