Why Do I Need A Coach?

There are so many ways we self-sabotage ourselves from partnering with a coach. It could be for any number of reasons however I often find that the main reason is that we do not understand the role of a coach and how a coach can help to enrich our lives. The following are just a few things we say to ourselves to talk ourselves out of progress:

1.   I am fully aware of what I need to get done I’m only procrastinating.

2.   I am a high functioning executive who has challenges with organization why do I need help from someone to tell me how to organize?  You are probably thinking: “I am a leader in this organization, this is a non-issue.”

3.   The things that I need assistance with too small to get a coach involved. I should be able to figure it out on my own.

4.   I am in a rut. It will pass it always does.

5.   Asking for help is a weakness. I am the person people seek out for help. What would this look like to others?

Here is my question: If you are so smart, why are you still buffering in the same space? A coach helps stretch those boundaries. If boundaries need setting, then a coach helps with that as well. Coaches believe we are all whole, creative and resourceful and that we know ourselves better than anyone else.

Coaches have a myriad of tools that help to usher and create change. Change is something we sometimes cannot do on our own.  Think about it; we seek personal trainers when we want to become physically conditioned; we find nutritionist when we want to make a conscious change in our diets.

Who do we seek when we need to be inspired and want to expound on our personal and professional potential? A coach! A coach helps to stretch our comfort zones; they assist and explore the reasons for the inability to ask for help, or the failure to delegate appropriately. Time management, disciplinary sessions, etc. whether it is personal or professional a coach can be a great asset to anyone’s life.

One of the best things you need a coach for is summed up in one-word accountability. While we seem not to have issues holding others accountable, holding ourselves accountable is a different situation.

There are many coaches available to us today. Many companies retain them to partner with HR for their teams, and they assist with many things. If you have a question that needs an answer if there are ideas you want to explore, but you do not know how to go about it, do your self a favor and find a coach! It is the most significant investment you can make in yourself and your future!

Published by Quackenbush Coaching LLC

Welcome to Quackenbush Coaching LLC; my name is Jewel Quackenbush, Professional Certified Coach. As an experienced Leadership Coach, Trainer, and Speaker, I partner with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their professional and personal potential. I am a professional leadership coach, trainer, and speaker. As a credentialed ICF PCC coach, I strive to inspire leaders of all backgrounds and walks of life. I have taken my blueprint and applied it to my coaching practice to collaborate with my clients for their growth and enrichment. Whether it is for personal or professional reasons by helping them to reach their fullest potential. If we can dream it and we believe it with a little work, we can achieve it! I have a demonstrated history of working in the professional training, hospitality, and coaching industries. I am passionate about assisting organizations and individuals achieve their goals by exploring and honing their powers of emotion and imagination so that the path to personal and professional success is clear and attainable.  I promote transformational, personal, and organizational change, business growth, leadership development, talent management, employee engagement, and communication.

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