"I'm not sure coaching is for me."
The statistics for those enrolled in a coaching program proves that if you participate, follow the plan, do the work and show up for all the calls and meetings, you will experience great progress in all areas of your life and business. Being that the coaching program is a results orientated program we must limit this program to only those that are willing to participate at a high level.
"I don't have the time."
Through coaching you will learn the benefits of leverage and what that means to both your personal and professional growth. You will find you actually end up having more time instead of less. You will learn how to implement systems and use tools to expand your influence and through accountability measures, be able to catapult yourself past stumbling blocks and fears.
By participating in coaching you will not only find you have time for the program, you will find you have time for everything that is important to you in your life. When is there
a better time to start leveraging yourself and be more productive?
"I'm not organized enough."
That in itself is a perfect place to be. Through coaching you will discover capabilities that will assist in getting your life and business organized to help in achieving your goals faster. This incentive will help to jump start your mind set around the organization of your life.
"I'm already doing well."
The question is, do you have bigger goals? Coaching is for those that have higher aspirations and that want not only a better life but better relationships, businesses and health. Coaching is about getting from where you are now, to where you want to be with spending less time, less money and less energy.
"What will I find out by taking a Behavioral Assessment?"
An assessment provides a comprehensive view of the way we think, act and interact; and can help us in building better relationships with ourselves and those we serve as well as in the creation of more gratifying personal and business lives.
"Where did Assessments originate and what are they used for?"
One of the most common assessments we use is known as DISC and is based on the work of psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston, first introduced in 1928. DISC Assessments are used in Coaching, Hiring, Team-building and Sales Training. By understanding the behavioral profile of your team members or clients you will be able to deliver information exactly how they need to hear it in order to build trust and foster relationships.
"What do the letters DISC stand for?"
D = Dominant Think of the personality of Donald Trump although many people with a "D" type personality may not like the lime light as much as Donald Trump does. They are Driven, Results orientated, Firm, Visionary and Strong-willed.
I = Influencer This brings to mind the vision of Bill Clinton, Outgoing, Enthusiastic, High-spirited, Persuasive, Optimistic.
S = Steadiness You might think of Fred Rogers, better known as Mister Rogers, who was Patient, Humble, Consistent, Even-tempered and Stable.
C = Conscientious Bill Gates should come to mind in the arena of Logical, Organized, Analytical, Reserved and Detail-orientated.
Coaching will help you to gain clarity as you begin to unfold your life's vision. By building steady momentum toward your goals you will soon be able to achieve better results by leveraging your innate skills bringing about a feeling of congruency with your head, heart and instinct.
Through coaching you will:
How we behave has everything to do with our success in all areas of our life. Understanding why we behave the way we do, can aid us in the self-discovery of our strengths and weaknesses. This discovery process will assist us in developing strategies that will bring transformation and growth.
Through Behavioral Assessments you will: