Being Coachable.

I'll be the first to admit, I'm not coachable all the time.

For me, being coachable means that you are open to reviewing and discussing your performance.

Being coachable requires you to trust in the person who is offering the coaching, in their ability and in their care of who you are.

Being coachable requires that you believe that you have solutions inside of you that you haven't yet accessed.

Being coachable shows your commitment to self improvement and moving toward achieving your goals.

Being coachable is a great place to be - you get to stay in motion, not get bogged down with negativity and you keep moving forward. And when you are in that state, you can utilise anyone in your pathway to access that coaching!

Are you coachable right now?
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