Oftentimes, when we find that our mission is to help others, we might stop in our tracks or hesitate because we’re operating out of some old beliefs that just aren’t true. In the 30 years that I’ve been working in this field, I’ve known many who’ve made the mistake of believing that we have to have it “all together” before we can help anyone else. In fact, there are some great secrets to being a Successful Coach. I invite you to check out these 6 unexpected and powerful guidelines that help practitioners accelerate their personal growth and professional effectiveness.
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