Learning from the Process

by | Dec 23, 2019 | Powerful Paragraphs | 1 comment

Sometimes what you learn in the process is more valuable than if you accomplished the original goal. When trying to get your first few life coaching clients, getting insightful feedback on your pitch is worth more than landing a few lucky clients. Indeed, much of the magic of coaching comes from a coach’s perspective of focusing on the learning over action steps. And the most amazing part: when a powerful insight comes, action and desired outcomes naturally follow.

When is what you’re learning more valuable than the goal?

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1 Comment

  1. Liam Anderson

    ….When I can apply that learning to win repeatedly


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