What is a Coach and Why have one?

Professional coaching emerged approximately eight years ago. It has its' roots in sports, entertainment, business, personal growth, and political venues.

Unlike psychotherapy, coaching is an action-oriented partnership where the client is the primary focus. The coaching relationship is unique in that the client is perceived to be healthy, powerful, and an achiever of his or her goals. The goal of coaching is problem solving, its' emphasis is on actions and future results. Coaches work primarily with the conscious mind, helping clients to find solutions to overcome barriers, learn new skills and implement choices.


The coaching relationship moves clients toward a higher level of achievement and personal growth. If you commit to the coaching process this is what you can expect:

  1. You will set better goals that motivate you in a healthy way.
  2. You will accomplish goals, tasks and projects wore quickly.
  3. You will make fewer mistakes in your business and personal life.
  4. You will move up to the next level of your professional and personal life.
  5. You will reduce the number of problems you have and better resolve the problems that are left.
  6. You will likely make more money in your career, profession or business.
  7. You will be more effective and influential with business, family and personal relationships.