A quick bit about life and business coaching:
“How does coaching apply to life outside of sports? As a result of programming in primary school and on through high school and college, people are taught to follow a hierarchal system where clocks and alarms tell them what to do, when to do it and how it ought to be done. Most succumb to this system without a second thought.”
No one compels you, traveler;
this road or that road, make your choice!
Dust or mud, heat or cold,
fellowship or solitude,
foul weather or fairer sky,
the choice is yours as you go by.
But here if you would take this path
there is a gate whose latch is love,
whose key is single and which swings
upon the hinge of faithfulness,
and none can mock, who seeks this way,
the king we worship shamelessly.
If you would enter, traveler,
into this city fair and wide,
it is forever and you leave
all trappings of the self outside.
– Jane Tyson Clement
One of the most common pieces of advice that you’ll hear from nearly all self-help guru’s is that the fastest way to success is to find a coach, mentor or role model that can help you achieve your goal much faster. Have you heard this before? I know I have. Everyone from Tony Robbins, Brian Tracy, and countless other “guru’s” preach the same advice.
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