A business coach will listen and lead, and you will learn

January 18, 2013 By    

When you have a problem in your business, whom can you tell? You can’t tell your banker because he will call in the loans. You can’t tell your customers because they will think you are in trouble. And you can’t tell your wife because, heaven knows, she has heard it all before. So, to whom can you turn? A business coach.

A business coach will listen to your problem without the emotion that often blinds us to the reality of the situation. They are able to direct you to take a step back and see your situation from a different point of view. They are able to identify areas in which you need improvement – usually something that your wife has been trying to tell you for years. But for some reason, it sounds better coming from someone else.

A business coach is not just for wealthy superstars. A coach will meet with you on a regular basis, assign projects that will stretch you and help you discover strategies to overcome the limitations that we place on ourselves. Your business will change as you begin to change. Your coach will make you accountable. Oh, no. Not that.

But if you are ready to break out of your fears and begin to live the life you were meant to live, find a coach and move yourself and your business forward, one yard at a time. – Ken Albrecht

Ken Albrecht is president of Reliable Propane in Clarence Center, N.Y. Visit www.reliablepropane.com.

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