10 Steps to Maximum Grow Coaching Results
Grow Coaching has 10 tools , methodologies and techniques to quickly draw out the very best way forward for you in your life, business & relationships.
Through grow coaching you will discover more options than you thought were possible. Grow Coaches will use challenging questions and tried and tested methodologies to help you decide which path is the right one.
Having decided on what actions you need to take, the Grow Coach will ensure that you are 100% clear & 100% committed to every part of the process to achieving them, and help you deal with any obstacles on the way.
You have absolutely nothing to lose as the first 30 Mins Consultation is FREE. A very simple investment in your future.
The way in which you approach our Grow Coaching sessions will make a difference to what you get out of them and how much you achieve.
Get Great Results by;
1. Reduce the drain and strain in your life.
Coaching works because it focuses you in two areas. First, you’ll be helped to stretch yourself further, take more actions than you would on your own, and devise/implement effective strategies to get what you want. At the same time, you will also be identifying and reducing things that drain and strain you.
2. Be open to seeing things differently.
In Coaching, you will be working with your goals (called, the ‘what’) and your strategies to reach these goals (called, the ‘how’). But you will also be working on you (called, the ‘who’). In other words, you will get more out of Coaching if you are willing to relook at some of your assumptions, ways of thinking, expectations, beliefs, reactions and approaches to success. There are always newly developed concepts, principles, distinctions and evolutionary steps to learn. You won’t be forced or even encouraged to make these changes given they are so personal, but we do ask that you at least consider different approaches and ways of thinking and try them out to see if they work for you.
3. Be willing to evolve yourself, not just develop yourself.
Coaching is both a developmental process as well as an evolutionary one. In other words, you’ll be learning how to accomplish more with less effort — let’s call this the developmental aspect of Coaching. But you will also be thinking differently and expanding yourself and your world, which we call evolving. Perhaps surprisingly, evolving is a skill and it’s worth learning because life itself is evolving, not just developing. Get Great Coaching results
4. Design and strengthen your personal and business environments.
The value of Coaching can be extended if you use part of your Coaching time to design the perfect environment in which to live and work. Where you live and how you live are key to your success. Who you spend time with and are inspired by can make the difference between success and failure. Be willing to invest some time — and money — in improving your environment so that you feel supported to be your best.
5. Focus on how you feel and want to feel, not just on what you want to produce.
Sometimes, clients feel the need to focus the Coaching time on how to produce more tangible or financial results. But don’t forget the intangibles, such as feeling happier, more peaceful and more inspired. Results are very important, but the feelings you experience during your day are equally important. Think of a brick wall — the bricks are the results, the mortar is the feelings. Enjoy having both. Get Great results
6. Talk about what matters most to you.
You may talk about anything you want to during the Coaching session. This includes your goals, your life, your needs, what you want to improve, what’s bothering you, an idea you have, a problem you are dealing with, even stuff that may not appear to be all that ‘useful’ to talk about. It’s surprising what a difference it makes in the long run when you focus on what you most selfishly want to talk about during Coaching, not what you feel you ‘should’ talk about during the session in order to get the most value from your session.
7. Get Clear
If you can, write a list of the areas you want to work on before you start your coaching sessions. If you are not sure about what you want to work on you can let your coach know when you initiate coaching and work on this together. The clearer you are, the easier it will be to achieve your goals.
8. Be Ready
Coaching takes commitment. Be prepared to work hard and be challenged. Coaching is about making changes and achieving different results to what you are achieving now. You will need to be in it for the long haul and be prepared to try new things. Your coach’s job is to help you to go beyond what you normally do and achieve. The purpose of coaching is to see where you can improve in the area of life you are working on.
9. Be Coachable
Being coachable is fundamental to the coaching relationship. Being coachable doesn’t mean you cannot voice your opinion or that you should blindly follow what your coach says. It does, however, mean that you are open and willing to be coached and trust your coach’s recommendations and ideas. This is why it is so important to spend some time choosing a coach. You need to feel comfortable with them and trust their judgement before you get into the coaching process with them. If a coach identifies that you are not fully committed to your goals and agreed actions, they will raise this with you so you can both determine the most appropriate course of action. Get Great results
10. Become incredibly selfish.
Coaching is about you and what you most want. As such, you’ll probably need to start putting yourself first if you haven’t done so already. At the very least, you’ll want to be come selfish, in the sense that you are what matters most. When you are happy and are doing well, others will benefit as well.
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