It’s a very powerful thing to talk about your goals, to tell them to someone and to make yourself accountable to achieving them.
It’s easy to think about your goals, to feel like you are moving towards them and then to justify reasons for pulling back, for achieving less and for not reaching the outcomes that you are stretching towards.
In coaching, we spend a lot of time exploring the goals, figuring out what they mean to a coachee and sharing the commitment to achieving them. It’s a safe space to find out what really matters, to define the change you want to see and to regularly review progress towards it.
A coachee that I worked with said that our coaching sessions were like having a “gym instructor for personal development, encouraging you and pushing you to go faster and further”.
If you are ready to commit to personal development and unlocking your potential, then coaching is a great way to accelerate yourself on that path.