My first coach of any kind was my dad. He coached me in baseball, basketball and soccer, and though he didnt know back then what coaches know today, he was a great coach for me. The two things he ingrained in me were to:
1. Visualize the end result (maybe he was a bit ahead of his time).
2. Have a positive attitude.
Dad knew me best and he was my best coach. To this day, many old friends ask about Dad and tell me what a great coach he was. They usually follow it up with a story about how he helped them. What a great memory for me, as Dad passed away in 1994.
30+ years and many coaches later, I no longer play sports, but I still need a coach.
Enter Bev. Bev has been my business coach for a few months now, and has made a tremendous difference in how I view my business, past clients, marketing and so forth. Her resources are a big investment, but she is certainly worth it. One of my strengths is that even after 24 years in this always changing, always challenging business, I want to get better. That’s why I hired Bev.
Who is your coach?