The Irony of Coaching

by | Dec 19, 2016 | Trainer Insights | 0 comments

when-you-let-go-youre-creating-space-for-something-betterWhat happens when you don’t care about looking clever or smart or even useful as a coach? What about when you rely solely on simple curiosity?

Here is coaching’s biggest irony.

When you let go of trying to be a good coach, you become a better coach.

Imagine you are a client in a coaching session. Close your eyes. Feel your inner brilliance.

When you have that, why add the clutter of a coach’s cleverness?

Simple curiosity is enough.

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