Beleiving in your client especially when they have stopped believing in themselves.

This is where the rubber hit's the road for both coach and client.

As the client, you need honest and sincere believe and lots of it.

If your coach can't give it to you, then run like the wind.  

A coach who doesn't believe in you becomes a nag and tries to whip you along your path for you, instead of treating you with respect for your own power to produce your results. 

Find a coach who believes in you.

As a coach, you can't fake it.

You either believe in someone or you don't.

....and if you don't, it's time to set your client free and find someone you do believe in.

There is no "I" in the word coach.  Your client's needs come first.

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1 comment:

Deb Robertson Writes said...

Believing in your client when they have long since stopped believing in themselves, or maybe have never believed in themselves is the thing you do best Mike. Thanks to all those conversations we had over a maybe two-year period, I've made many steps forward. Today I found out I passed with a B my first Psychology paper through Massey Uni and applied to Canty University to do four papers next year.

I'll never forget the kind words and the unending patience and the words of clarity that helped slowly but surely to change my picture of me and those around me.

Thanks Mike.