Often when people succeed, there is a tendency to claim to be self-made. However, the truth is that no one reaches the peak of success without help. Once you set a definite goal and then take your first step towards achieving it, often you find yourself getting help from many sources, some completely unexpected.
The first and most important thing to consider is whether coaching is what you are really after. If you wish to access your full potential and hit all the milestones and goals you have set for yourself then coaching may serve you well.
Three years ago, I had the pleasure of reading a book that changed my perspective on life’s struggles and how to overcome most of them. It laid out the foundation for one becoming a strategic warrior in their lives.
Clear thinking cannot come from a mind plagued with worry. A smart person knows this and acts on it accordingly. They do so by seeking help from others whose minds are not clogged by worry, doubt, and fear.
Of all the things that influence the shape your life takes, few are more important than your power of thought. Over it, you and only you have absolute control. The sad thing is that this power lies often untapped, grossly under-utilized leaving you to live a life well below your full potential.