I guess executive coaching is not for everyone because some people just don’t seem interested. They hid from it. I am sure there are people who have their act together so completely that there is nothing on which to improve. So, I thought I would suggest some criteria for deciding if you are someone who doesn’t need coaching.
Here are the 10 characteristics of those who don’t need coaching:
- You have dreams commensurate with all of your greatness and have fulfilled them all.
- You are currently utilizing all of your talent.
- You are doing the work that you love and for which you have passion.
- You bring your “A game” to your work every day.
- You are filled with joy and appreciation all of the time.
- Your heart and soul are at peace.
- You are making the difference you were meant to make in the world.
- Your relationships are all open, honest, respectful and loving.
- The people around you feel free to be themselves fully.
- You live a balanced life in which you are fully thriving each moment of each day.
I am not sure I have met anyone who has lived so rich a life, but perhaps I have not met you. For most of the rest of us, a coach could be immensely helpful.
There are few opportunities in life to become a more complete human being. Our educational institutions focus on enhancing your skill, knowledge and love. Many religious institutions have become totally irrelevant. Where do you go to mature and to become complete?
Perhaps you should consider coaching? What do you have to gain?