Every coach we talk to (and we talk to a lot of them!) says the same thing about what they do:
Being a coach is so rewarding because you get to help and support clients along the path to reaching their goals.
It’s abundantly clear that watching clients succeed is a source of personal pride among coaches, whatever field of coaching you specialize in, such as life, nutritional, financial, or business.
But I often wonder: Who coaches the coach?
Coaching can be exhausting, particularly if your calendar is bursting with back-to-back calls and meetings. A solidly booked calendar might seem great for the bank balance and reputation, but it’s incredibly difficult to sustain.
Are you so busy with coaching sessions that you feel held back when it comes to growing your own business? Are you helping others succeed yet feel limited when it comes to your own success? Keep reading to discover an effective solution.