Coaching is about being your best. This performance, about "staying the course" and, ultimately, on how to create and live the life you really want. Many people use coaches to make more money, winning the gold award or do something dramatic. That's fun, and when well, it's wonderful! But most importantly, coaching is about living up to its own rules. It is, in the famous words of Henry Thoreau, about "marching to the beat of his own drum, no matter how weak or far away." So I recommend having a personal trainer? Well, duh! But if you can not afford or are not ready for one, why be your own coach? Here are some suggestions: 1. Write down your goals. Review and re-write once a week. This is an old board, but not the power and magic of writing your goals on paper! Write, then review them, think of them and updated weekly.
It may only take 20 minutes, but it will double its rate success, I guarantee! 2. Show up! Many of the most important achievements in life, simply demand that occurs, attention, tell the truth, hard work, extra effort, and best of us! Superior performance is not about the future or the past. It's about doing a superior job at this time, work that is right in front of you. 3. Eliminate distractions. Keep your eyes on the ball. Life is full of frustrations and distractions. Successful people do not tolerate the things that drive most crazy? take the time to stop, solve the problem and eliminate the distraction once and for all.