Should I invest in a business coach?

Jan 22, 2021 | Money

5 Ways A Business Coach Can Be An Investment For Your Business & Your Life

It’s difficult running a company alone and it can be unbelievably busy at times. That’s why it helps to have the encouragement and external insight of friends and family, but having a coach is also a must.

Here are five ways of hiring a coach can help you become more successful both personally and professionally.

  • Maximize your skillset
    It’s easy to assume that we already know each other well and appreciate our likes and dislikes, but you’ll actually surprise yourself when it comes to pulling out the secret talents and deep wishes. It always takes someone who truly knows you well to get an outside viewpoint, to say you as it is. A coach will recognize trends while softening your vulnerabilities and helping you leverage your strengths.
  • Gain more confidence
    You never really know what you are capable of when you have someone pushing you out of your comfort zone. I’ve been able to gain more trust in my own ideas, thought processes, and even the ways I manage my company after consulting with my own company coach for the last year. If you’re like me, you know that you have potential in you, but you’re not really sure if an idea is perfect or something that’s going to get you rejected. It’s hard to persuade yourself that you have the potential to achieve your business goals and that’s where it’s important to have a coach. They can help instill the confidence you need to accomplish your big goals, while offering support and guidance for your (sometimes not so great) ideas.
  • Prioritize your (business) needs first
    As a business owner, it is easy to put your employees and even your family before your own needs. It is especially obvious if you’re a solitary-preneur who keeps the company running by himself. A business coach will help you prioritize your business needs so it can be effective, without compromising the other aspects of your life, including your mental and physical health. Plus, you should work with your coach to incorporate your job seamlessly into your life. You have amazing opportunities to take care of yourself with the technologies available today, and you can then give your company and those around you the best.
  • Hold you accountable
    What did you do this week? Will you make headway on your goals? How have you been proud to do since we last spoke? These are common questions that will have you sweating at the start of each coaching session if you haven’t put yourself in the work.

    A coach is an integrated accounting advisor who nudges and tells you what you have committed to do and what you’re working towards. It’s all too easy to make promises to ourselves and then break them because we don’t feel like it or because they’re too difficult. When you keep someone else responsible, you don’t have that luxury. If you really want to accomplish your major goals and take your business to the next level, then the right decision is to employ a business coach.
  • Give you more energy
    Now think about your electricity. Have you ever found in your life that there are certain people you are hanging out with and that you are performing other things that either give you energy and/or drain energy? A coach will help you make a list of all the things that drain your energy and all the things that give you strength, and then they will help you eliminate the things that drain your strength, one at a time. Many times from my experience the action alone lets everything else flourish in your life. After all, how can you fly if you don’t have enough energy? When you handle these things and focus on activities that energize you, the things that looked so far off before all of a sudden look much closer than you could have possibly imagined.
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Written by Christoph Nauer.
Christoph is a Brian Tracey certified Time Management Master.
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