Why It’s Important to Have a Coach in Business and Life
By Chris Haddon and Jason Balin
As kids, we have teachers, sports coaches, tutors — but as we get older, we often overlook the importance of having a coach for both our business endeavors and our personal lives.
Entrepreneur Network partners Chris Haddon and Jason Balin discuss the benefits of having a business coach. Because it’s likely that 50 percent of your life revolves around your business or career.
Working one-on-one will push you to do things you likely would never do on your own. A coach can help you write and break down your goals and get into the right mindset. A coach can also push you to think outside the box and take your aspirations to the next level — on a daily, weekly, monthly and even yearly schedule. Knowing both where you want to be in ten years and what you have to do today are key to reaching success.
Haddon and Balin also explain how group coaching can be extremely beneficial to a company or organization. Helping employees find their A-ha! moments, teaching time management and goal setting are only a few of the ways in which group coaching is helpful.