Would you like to ask more about coaching, or about pricing? You can… below. I specialise in exceptional improvements in performance, communication, confidence and motivation, as well as helping people over phobias and addictions so why not drop me a line now? As well as my NLP qualifications, I am also an accredited Mind Factor Coach after recently completed the Mind Factor training course to enhance my practice.
I know it’s sometimes difficult to work out which coach to go for when you’re trying to pick between a number of them online. With my experience of the self development field, I’ve found offering people a general guide on what to look out for really helps. So it is my pleasure to give you this guide and I hope it helps you to make an informed decision.
“The Questions You Need To Ask”
What level of qualifications do they have?
One of the problems with the ‘coaching’ field is that anyone can call themselves a coach. That can be quite dangerous. Make sure they have plenty of qualifications and experience to back up their promises, such as both the NLP Master Practitioner and Trainer qualification together.
How often do they update their training?
Self development technology changes and improves all the time. It’s crucial that your coach keeps up to date with the latest advances. Why drive a beat-up old car with dodgy brakes from the 70s when you could drive the latest model?
Does the coach offer daily assistance and feedback between sessions?
To me, this is one of the key differences in a really good coach. If you go two weeks or a whole month between sessions with no contact, that often undoes all the good work. I offer a unique daily personal feedback program that gets results.
What recent successes have they had?
Ask for testimonials and details of who they’ve worked with. Even ask if you can contact some of the success stories. If they don’t have testimonials to hand, pass.
Do you get on with them?
It’s a simple question really, but it’s amazing how many people persevere with a coach that they don’t particularly get on with or believe in. Once you’ve seen them once, ask yourself the question – did you feel like it was worthwhile? If not, perhaps it’s time to change and work with someone else.
Do they have a solid reputation and how long have they been doing it?
Is the coach well known for their excellent work? If they sell products, how many have they sold? With all the choice out there, why go for somebody who’s just starting out? Amount of sales is a good indicator of success (though of course not the only one), and for what it’s worth I am proud to have now sold over 200,000 products – books, apps, audiobooks and ebooks.
What technology do they use?
With all the technology now at our fingertips, are they actually making use of it? Heart-rate monitors, high-quality stereo audio back-up products with stereo dual-ear-induction, digital feedback mechanisms to measure progress, and so on.
Is the coach willing to answer any questions and queries?
We answer every email and message that we receive, and wouldn’t advise you to go anywhere where you don’t feel the coach is very accessible. After all, for many people this is the first time they’ve got involved in self development, and I want to make it a good experience for you.
Well, I really hope that helps you make an informed decision. I can certainly recommend it. I have a coach myself – as do most of the other top coaches around the UK – and it makes a huge difference to me.
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