The Benefits of Coaching
When I was first introduced to the profession of personal
coaching, my first initial thought was that it sounded exactly
like something I would love to pursue. I did further investigation
into the profession and before I knew it I was happily enrolled
in the Coach Training Program offered through Coach U University
in Colorado, USA.
The more coaches I met through this program and the more individuals
I personally coached, the more benefits I saw from having
Until recently however, I was not fully aware of the impact
that having a personal coach can have in your life. When I
hired my own coach, only then did I realize how quickly an
individual can move forward towards their life goals.
When I hired my coach back in July, writing a self help book
for Moms was only a dream. With the support, motivation, knowledge
and accountability that my coach provided, I was able to write,
self publish and begin to market my book, all within a five
A coach assists you in keeping your focus so reaching your
goals can be much easier as well as quicker.
Could I have written this book without the help of a coach?
Probably. Would I have written this book without the help
of a coach? Probably not. My coach assisted me in developing
a time line and an action plan so I knew exactly what to do
and when I needed to do it in order to reach my final goal.
Do you have personal goals you want to meet but have a difficult
time staying focused and motivated? Do you make resolutions
every year only to be making the same ones again the following
year? If so, consider hiring a coach and let 2005 be the year
of achieving resolutions, not just another year of making
Copyright 2005 Peggy Porter
Peggy Porter is a nurse, Wellness Coach, and author of YumME
MumME Makeover-How to Balance Womanhood and Motherhood by
Nurturing the Me in MumMe. If you are a Mom and want to
start creating a healthier balance in your life, go to http://www.seekingbalance.ca
and register for Peggy's free monthly teleclass and Ecourse!
For more info you can also call 506-832-0117.
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