Celebrate: ‘Rome wasn’t built in a day’ stands at the heart of coaching culture. A true expression for understanding and recognising how we build, develop, recognise and celebrate our coaching business. Being realistic about what needs to get done on a consistent basis will most likely give us the basic support we need to reach our coaching business goals.
Preparing our own mindset to achieve the success most desired with the ability to recognise when it comes along, no matter how great or small is the essence of recognition and celebration. I most heartily encourage you to celebrate your efforts and have fun it really does make all the difference to personal motivation levels.
Giving good value to your coaching clients for the money they pay also deserves recognition in itself. Coaching is a fabulous opportunity to help expand coaching clients’ perspective by simply deploying the coaching models and techniques learned whilst in training. Luckily as coaches we get to understand about the glass being half empty or half full.
High levels of professional agility in managing your business commands a cause to celebrate.
Recognition and Celebration Belong Together
Once you’ve started your coaching endeavours take the time to stop and celebrate what you have begun. This simple ritual will fire your motivation, you’ll then be in a position to continue with your efforts and make headway towards your personal success.
What else as a coach can be done to provide real value to the coaching client? I’d wager a guess that personalised mentoring to help clients focus on real solutions to their problems. Personal Mentoring is a service I have always provided in my own coaching business and is very much welcomed and enjoyed by clients. In return I’ve been rewarded with a good helping of seeing my clients make positive changes thus making progress towards their goals with capability to stay on track.
A personal service offers direction for on-going accountability to accomplish goals in all areas of life.
Working In Tandem
Another strategy that I’ve used with qualified candidates is the development of partnerships. This joint venture approach equips world class coaches to impart their skills set to clients to unlock their true potential.
The important benefits of recognising your accomplishments and celebrating them as they come along is quite stunning. I am confident that you’ll appreciate what I say as you blossom, making an impact on your lifestyle as you recognise and enjoy your phenomenal success.
From The Get Go
I’d also like to include the example of our school system as we know it. Each year hundreds of thousands of youngsters enter either the state run or private sector educational organisations around the civilised world. Apart from preparing, encouraging and providing knowledge past, present and even futuristic the school uses the structure of setting goals that when accomplished to varying levels are recognised and spoken of. Throughout a child’s early learning life healthy competitiveness is instilled into their young minds in the name of personal development. This attitude from the ‘get-go’ is a positive and productive one that endorses the concept of understanding and recognising life’s little, even big achievements. It's wonderful motivator to recognise each step of the journey.