When I first trained as an Executive Coach back in 2011, I had already been working with people in one form or another for about 15 years. My assumption was that coaching was just another form of training.
What happened in those initial 12 months dramatically changed my whole approach to how I work with people.
Since coaching is future-focused, results orientated and action driven, it's perfect for anyone who is looking to improve one or many areas of their life.
The most transformational thing about coaching is how it taps into our natural ability to figure things out, make new connections and change neural pathways in the brain.
This 'deep change' acts like a chain reaction resulting in not only a different set of beliefs but a change in daily habits, behaviours and the likelihood of people achieving their goals.
From my own observations the recipe to successful coaching includes the following...
How important would you say your memory is when it comes to your career or business?
Let me elaborate. I'm not just talking about your ability to remember facts or where you put your keys. I'm talking about your ability to absorb knowledge deep into your bones, to learn new skills in a way that sticks, so when you use them, it's second nature.
When you think about memory in this sense, how important would you say it is in your career or business?
Rate it on a scale of 1 - 10.
note: 1 is not at all and 10 is critical
What's your number?
If you're a 7 or above read on...
When asked, most people will say they want a better memory, however, day to day, memory doesn't rate that high in terms of what people consider important. It becomes more of an imperative when you stop feeling sharp or at times when you hit a learning curve; a new job, skilling-up, stepping into an entirely new domain, re-training or going back to study as a mature student. All of these give you...