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1. You get to invest in yourself to achieve real change

Think about how many things you invest in: your child's education, your car, your house .... how often do you invest in yourself? Real change happens when we take the time to focus on specific areas, flesh out what needs to be done, make a plan, and then MAKE REAL CHANGE. That's what coaching is all about.

2. There's nothing like having real accountability and measurable goals

How often have you had good intentions, but then never followed through? My guess is, pretty often. And you're not the only one. Unless someone is holding you accountable, and you have actionable measurable to-dos, most of us don't move forward. A coach will be the game-changer that makes sure you DO move forward.


3. Friends and family can listen to you vent, but a life coach helps you move forward in a strategic, guided way

I'm often asked, "What's the point of a coach if I can just talk to my sister, my friend, my mentor...?" Of course you can. But those conversations are more chatter, some advice mixed in, some good ol' venting, and perhaps some guidance. That's a very different thing than dedicating consistent time to really manage your mind/emotions, and work through specific challenges together with a coach. 

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